How to Write a Song Songwriting Tips and Chords of a Major Key – Theory of the Major Scale and Key

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Published: 2009-05-14 15:23:05
How to Write a Song Songwriting Tips and Chords of a Major Key – Theory of the Major Scale and Key

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    Try this if you feel you’re stuck for melodic inspiration. Sit down at your keyboard or pick up your guitar and play a random sequence of notes. Don’t do this with a song in mind, but rather to see if by ‘accident’ you can find simple pattern that you can build off of. About 95% of the time, you’ll just hear musical mush that you can’t use. The other 4% it is good stuff and 1% of it is amazing. Accidents can be good things. Remember that if you don’t have an inspiration, sometimes just ‘playing around’ is a good answer.

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