Q2 Songwriting tips for lyricists, poets and songwriters

songsculptor.com Frequently Asked Questions in the art and craft of songwriting. Question 2, I can’t think of anything to say, where do I find some ideas http Richard Melvin Brown (Songsculptor) provides a helping hand to lyricists (with little or no musical ability) in realizing their dreams of becoming a Professional Songwriter. Can you write a GREAT lyric but can’t carry a tune in a bucket? If so visit us on the web at songsculptor.com

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Published: 2010-05-31 01:41:49
Q2 Songwriting tips for lyricists, poets and songwriters

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    Here’s a tip on the final stage of the songwriting process, the Demo. When you are arranging your song prior to recording it, try to keep yourself open to the musical ideas of the musicians that you are working with. Remember that the choices you make in terms of arranging your song will affect the market that you will target, the demographic that the song is aimed at, and overall, how effective your presentation will be.

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