Songwriting Series – Part 2

Andrew Wasson from Creative Guitar Studio continues his three part series covering the analysis of various songwriting ideas used to create a pop/rock song. The example piece was written by Andrew for the instructional series and contains several sections in it’s layout. In this video Andrew examines the scales that can help create strong melody lines for vocals or instrumental use. To download an MP3 Jam Track for practicing the construction of your melodies, follow the link below: www.creativeguitarstudio.com To download a Powertab chart for this video lesson, follow the link below: www.creativeguitarstudio.com Official Website: www.andrewwasson.com Follow Andrew on Blogspot creativeguitarstudio.blogspot.com Follow on Twitter: twitter.com MySpace: www.myspace.com Facebook: www.facebook.com

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Published: 2009-10-23 14:38:45
Songwriting Series – Part 2

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    The following are to be considered when writing for the voice: 1. How disjunct is the melody? Too many intervallic leaps can cause the melody to be difficult or impossible to sing. 2. Does the vocalist have time to breathe between phrases? Is the phrase so long that it doesn’t allow the singer to breathe? 3. Is the vocal range of the song too great? Does the range within a section of the song change too quickly?

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