how to write a song

Write Hit Songs at Hey how’s it going! This is Dan Amerson from And I’m here to teach you how to write a song. We all know that learning how to write a song is the building block to getting famous and successful as a musician. No songs, no fame. Here’s what you can expect from this video First, you’ll learn ways to get inspired to write songs. This alone will teach you to write song after song without ever hitting a road block. Two, you’ll be learning do’s and don’ts, or rules and mistakes. In those mistakes, one of those is a chord progression to NEVER use… EVER, no matter what genre or style you’re doing; never do it again! Let’s dive right into it…

Author: WriteYourNextHitSong
Duration: 361
Published: 2012-03-03 00:10:30
how to write a song

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    Not all songs have choruses, but you can easily identify the ones that do because a chorus contains the most memorable music and lyrics in the song. It is repeated after each verse and usually contains the hook. A chorus can be removed from the rest of the song and still sound complete in itself both musically and lyrically. A chorus is referred to as the ‘B’ section of verse-chorus songs.

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