www.songpond.tv – How to Create an Intro, Episode 12

Write your own songs? Play with a band or accompaniment? Or do you simply want to put your own spin on a song you are playing? This lesson is going to teach you how to create an introduction for any song. In this easy to follow, step by step tutorial you will learn two great techniques to create your own intro for either your own song or someone elses. Take these skills and make it your own! Proudly brought to you by www.songpond.com – Where you learn to play your favourite songs.

Author: songpondmusic
Duration: 493
Published: 2009-01-29 22:58:08
www.songpond.tv – How to Create an Intro, Episode 12

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