How to Write a Song Part 4/5 – Working Out Bridge Harmony

www.pointblankonline.net In this video Jony Rockstar (Sugababes, Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse) and Ms D work on the harmony for the bridge of their song. This is video 4 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 give another tutorial away each week, revealing how the pair arrive at a finished song, through recording sessions in the studio and arranging and mixing 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: 84
Published: 2010-10-15 11:18:39
How to Write a Song Part 4/5 – Working Out Bridge Harmony

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