BOOK A ONE-TO-ONE SESSION | The Songwriting Academy

Book a One-To-One with One of Our Professional Music Mentors

Got a question? Need some guidance? We’re here to help

The Songwriting Academy’s one-to-one mentoring sessions give you that chance to ask questions and talk through whatever you need to discuss. Need advice on a melody? Struggling to understand part of the music industry? Need something else entirely? We’re here to help you!

Each of our mentors specialise in a specific area of the industry, so whatever your question, we’ll have an experienced mentor ready to answer it.

How do I book a one-to-one session?

Step 1: Set up your Skype account
Ensure you have a Skype account set up and that you’ve sent your skype ID to

Step 2: Choose the mentor you’d like to talk to
Our mentors all specialise in different areas of the music industry and have their own wealth of experience for you to learn from. Choose the mentor you’d like to talk to. If you’re not sure who would be best to chat to, get in touch and we’ll point you in the right direction.

Step 3: Book your time slot
Choose your ideal time from the slots below and book your session. Please also send your pre-session notes at least 48 hours before your session starts. This gives us time to find the best answers to your questions!

Step 4: Add us on Skype and we’ll call you when we’re ready for the mentoring session
Make a note of your mentor’s Skype ID and make sure you’re able to take the call at the right time. Although rare, we can get a bit delayed on occasion. If this happens, we’ll let you know, but we’ll ensure you get the time you need to have your questioned answered, whatever happens.

Other information

  • As tempting as it is to book all our mentors at once, we can only provide one mentor per session. Please only book one mentor at a time, else we can get mixed up!
  • Mentorship sessions are available 14 days in advance of the start time
  • We have a 48-hour cut off period, so please make sure you’ve booked your session before this time period. This 48-hour window allows us to go over the questions submitted to us.