Roger Creager – Songwriting Advice

Roger Creager shares his advice to aspiring singer/songwriters as part of the Real Life Real Music Songwriter series live at Dosey Doe in The Woodlands, Texas on January 24, 2012

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Duration: 39
Published: 2012-02-07 02:53:49
Roger Creager – Songwriting Advice

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    It’s easy to get carried away in the songwriting process and ultimately forget what the song was originally about. When you write, try and envision a scene or moment that you are trying to capture. Think about the emotions that you want to portray. Use several themes rather than one. For example, ‘bittersweet ‘or ‘calm and happy ‘are both better than just ‘happy. ‘Once you have a scene in mind, write specifically to build that scene. Don’t go off on tangents and write about other emotions that may be contradicting to the ones you’ve chosen. For example, if you’re writing an upbeat song about love, it’s probably unwise to toss in a sad verse that contradicts the overall mood and flow of the song.

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