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Learn the art, craft & business of songwriting from hit songwriter, Brent Baxter!

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The Big Yes

Tips & Resources by Brent Baxter on June 28, 2017


When pitching a song, there is a “Little Yes” and a “Big Yes.”

The Little Yes is a person who ONLY has the power to pass your song up the ladder. The Big Yes is one of those very few people on a project who actually decides what gets cut.

Don’t just assume that the artist is always the Big Yes.

If the artist is brand new, the producer might be the Big Yes. Or the head of A&R at the label might be the Big Yes. If you’re pitching for a specific project, don’t be satisfied with just pitching to the Little Yes. Try to identify the Big Yes.

Keep writing.

PS- If you want to read more of my thoughts on the art, craft and business of songwriting, check out SongwritingPro.com. Thanks!


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