How To Write A Song | Emotional Breakdown For Songwriting

howtowriteasonghq.com http Matthew Casteel from How To Write A Song HQ howtowriteasonghq.com giving you an emotional breakdown of songwriting. Let’s breakdown how we can find and capture good emotion for our song because songs and music can be very emotional and great songs are those songs which can connect with lots of people on an emotional level.

Author: easysongwritingtips
Duration: 273
Published: 2011-07-29 23:09:12
How To Write A Song | Emotional Breakdown For Songwriting

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    The function of pay-off lines is to provide a sense of satisfaction and completion for the listener. The pay-off, most often found at the end of the chorus, is the line that ties the song together. It provides the emotional punch, or surprise, and adds impact to the lines that precede it.

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