GMI Hub Events
About New Song Feedback Sessions
What is a New Song Feedback Session?
Songwriters submit their songs to GMI Hub for review and feedback from three Hub staff members. This is presented in a Zoom format with all participants and staff on line together.
What's in it for me?
At the New Song Feedback Session you will receive unbiased comments on your song that will cover all facets of songwriting including lyrics, arrangement, melody, what works well, what can be improved.
Who can join the New Song Feedback Session?
The New Song Feedback Session is available only to GMI Hub subscribers. Attendance is limited to give each song a comprehensive review.
Will the New Song Feedback Sessions be available on GMI Hub Online ?
No. The new Song Feedback Sessions are not recorded for later viewing.
Next Song Feedback Session
September 23, 2021 at 7pm ET / 4pm PT
Join the GMI Hub Team for a free song & lyric feedback session to get input about your song from fellow songwriters and producers.
Songwriters looking for friendly input from fellow songwriters and producers can join the GMI Hub Team for an online Song & Lyric Feedback Session on Zoom.
Cheryle Dueck, founder and host of GMI Hub Online, will host the session. Participating GMI Hub Team members are:
- Andrew Martin – multi CMA Canada award winning vocalist and songwriter
- Dale Boreland – GMI Hub Online host, songwriter, musician, former radio host
- Colin Ward – songwriter, musician, home recording studio owner
During the online session we will listen to the songs submitted by event participants and provide friendly constructive feedback about the songs and lyrics.
To participate in the event:
- Register to reserve your place
- Send your song and lyrics to us in advance (by September 20)
- Subscribe to GMI Hub
NOTE: Once you register for the event you will have access to the online event page where you will find the meeting link and instructions for sending us your song. Get to the event page by clicking on the “Access the event” button.
May 13, 2021
Singer/songwriters submitted their original songs to receive friendly constructive feedback about the songs and lyrics in a friendly, safe environment.