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Tips on how to write music for a song:

January 14th, 2017 by

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Decide for which target audience when you write music for your song

If you write a music only for yourself, you are not limited in your self- expression. But if you are composing music for other people, it should be understandable for them also. For example, the songs in a rock style won’t be accepted by a large number of elderly people, while tracks in chanson style will be pleasant for them. (more…)

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