Songwriting Tips and Tricks Part 2 – Chord Choice, Progressions, Ending, Etc.

Learn how to spice up your songwriting with these interesting methods.

Author: BrandonColon
Duration: 534
Published: 2012-03-18 01:24:01
Songwriting Tips and Tricks Part 2 – Chord Choice, Progressions, Ending, Etc.

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    A good definition of cadence would be the meeting point between the notes and the words, where words stop being just words and the music stops being just notes and something new is conceived. If the great idea and the hook comprise the thesis statement of the song, the cadence is its attitude. Cadence must be established in such a way that the words sound natural, conversational and uncontrived. Lyrics should follow the rhythm of natural, contemporary, conversational speech and yet also follow a musical rhythm.

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