Creating Great Endings to Your Records

Creating Great Endings to Your Records www.beatclass.com

Author: dngmusic

Duration: 331

Published: 2011-03-17 00:08:12

Creating Great Endings to Your Records

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    If your intention is for people to remember the name of your song, then be sure to title it with a word or phrase from the song that you use more than once. That’s why most people will use something from the chorus, if there is one, because the chorus is repeated. If you’re really stuck on a title, but it isn’t repeated, is there a way at the end of the song you can use it in a repetitive fashion? One way you can do this is record it with the background vocals repeating it between the lines of the chorus. Now, when you sing it in public, get the audience to sing those background vocals.

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