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When you’re first starting out, your song list might only have a few tunes on it. Keeping track of keys, charts, and lyric sheets isn’t such a big deal. But later, when you have tens or even hundreds of songs to keep track of, if they’re disorganized, it’s overwhelming.
Enter Google Sheets. They’re easy to use spreadsheets in the cloud. You can use them for all kinds of things, but my inner librarian loves using them to organize songs.
I have a Master Song List that I keep in the cloud. Usually, I shy away from spreadsheets. They make me break out in a kind of math-phobia sweat. But this spreadsheet is different. It’s more than just useful; it’s saved me hours of wasted time and energy.
A Master Song List can help you do more than just stay organized. In this episode of the podcast, I'll share how I use mine to write setlists, keep track of charts and lyric sheets, practice a song and more.
If you’d like some help organizing your songs, I’ve created a Master Song List to share with you. You can find it on my website: valeriedaysings.com on the Resources Page.
I hope it’s helpful!
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Links mentioned in today’s episode: Master Song List & my new online course: Becoming A Singer: Setting The Stage To Live A Vocal Life
Theme music for the Podcast was composed by John Smith. He edits all the podcast episodes too. (Thanks honey!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/livingvocally)