The goal of FAWM is to challenge people to write 14 songs in 28 days.
The FAQ is most helpful because I am still wondering why one would sign up for free to FAWM.org and then write for free. You own your own music, of course.
But it seems that the idea is to collaborate, celebrate and support each other. FAWM.org becomes a kind of collective where everyone who has the same goal — to write 14 songs in one day — gathers, brainstorms, writes, and produces music.
The more I think about this idea, the more ingenious it seems. At the very least, you focus on creating and likely find some friends to collaborate with. If you win you get 14 new songs and some FAWM admirers. Cute.
If you play ukulele and you end up signing up for FAWM, let me know. You might inspire others to join up. Maybe we could work together on a song or two.
But I have to admit, I haven’t yet signed up. Fourteen songs in 28 days — whew, will I have the time? But then, what a cool challenge! Imagine what this would do to your song writing perspective.
What do you think?
Hmmm… I have to go back and start reading the FAWM forums.