What can you do to get your music heard on television? Songwriter Maggie Reed of RUELLE joins us to share her story of how she made it in music successfully writing for television and film.
You’ll Learn About:
- How to write openly for film (to write for many scenarios rather than just one)
- How failure can lead to greater opportunities
- How to be efficient and helpful in your co-writing and not stand in the way
- And much more…
Maggie Reed began her music career at a young age. She now goes by the artist name of RUELLE. It wasn’t long before her haunting songs began to find their way onto multiple television shows and film trailers. In 2015, she released her first collection of music into the world via her EP entitled Up in Flames. While the songs were written and arranged with various producers, they all contain her graceful vocals accompanied by dark and cinematic production melodies that stay inside your head for days. Her songs have been heard on shows like Gotham, Grey’s Anatomy, The Walking Dead, Pretty Little Liars, and Dancing with the Stars – just to name a few.
In this episode, Maggie and Seth discuss her new record (looking to release this year), co-writing success and failure, and all things leading up to where she found her current success. Throughout her stories, Maggie shares very insightful and useful tips that will help lead you in your own success.
Maggie Reed (RUELLE) is here to share her story about how she made it in music, and she’s here to help you do the same.
Books mentioned in this episode:
Art & Fear by David Bayles and Ted Orland
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