The Songwriting Process – Episode 2

The second installment in this series! Episode 1: www.youtube.com Episode 3: youtu.be Episode 4: www.youtube.com Episode 5: www.youtube.com Episode 6: www.youtube.com The total time spent writing and blathering in this episode was about 35 minutes. Pip Malt’s music here: pipmalt.bandcamp.com Like Pip Malt here: www.facebook.com News, updates, and random gibberish here: pipmalt.wordpress.com Perhaps you could go here: www.last.fm

Author: pipjmalt
Duration: 192
Published: 2011-07-03 00:07:17
The Songwriting Process – Episode 2

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