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Supercharge Your Songwriting Efforts

December 30th, 2013 by

Supercharge Your Songwriting

When it comes to writing songs there are certain elements that make supercharge your songwriting. Using these elements will supercharge your creativity.  Some of these elements may seem obvious but other will be new or you didn’t think about them.  As you go though these twelve item examine your current song to see if you can apply these ideas to them.  Never be afraid to re-write songs.  As you re-write you get better and help polish your song. (more…)

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    Sometimes the lyrics or storyline are so powerful, or the message so potent, that we associate that subject with a certain song. This association actually hooks the listener into identifying with a certain subject or emotion. This angle is a bit less defined than going with a traditional song structure hook based on repetition, but can also be very powerful. You could almost call this a content hook.