How to Write a Song Part 1/5 – Final Studio Session

www.pointblankonline.net In this video Jony Rockstar (Sugababes, Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse) and Ms. D listen to the track that they have been working on throughout the course materials. This is video 1 of 5 in the Songwriting tutorial series. It is a taster of the 60+ videos that Point Blank students have access to on the Songwriting Pro Producer Course ( www.pointblankonline.net ). We will be giving another video each week for the next 5 weeks, revealing how the pair arrived at this stage of a completed song, through recording sessions in the studio and arranging and mixing it in Logic Pro Studio. Please subscribe to our channel to make sure you don’t miss those videos and future series of Point Blank exclusive youtube tutorials.

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Duration: 118
Published: 2010-09-24 16:54:01
How to Write a Song Part 1/5 – Final Studio Session

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    There are also intangibles involved in the art of songwriting. One of the most important intangibles is the ‘feel.’ The feel of the music has a lot to do with how we respond to a song. Is your song aggressive, tender, angry, etc.? Don’t just accept the first groove you come up with. Experiment, imitate feels of songs off the radio, ’till you come up with the best one. Too fast or too slow tempo also affects the impact of the song. Ask yourself if your song feels like its dragging. Conversely, ask yourself if it is moving too fast for the words to be sung, enunciated well.

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