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Warbeats – Song Structure Study of Intros – GP Studio

from GP Studio takes through a short study on various intros.


Author: nfxbeats
Duration: 617
Published: 2010-12-24 00:45:52
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Songwriting Song Structure Video how to write a song songwriting tips technique tutorial lesson teach Songwriting lessons and tips. How to write a song quickly Writing songs on guitar or piano The science of songwriting Song writing magic The magic of writing songs. The importance of structure…


Author: Songwritingmagic
Duration: 540
Published: 2010-12-11 20:10:01

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What Happened To USA Top 40? – Song Structure

Why are people switching from Top 40 to Country? Are people longing for the farm or trailer parks? I think not. Part of the problem could be as simple as the way top 40 music in America is being structured. Enjoy!


Author: briansredd
Duration: 600
Published: 2008-04-15 08:19:02
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The Best Way to Create a Song’s Story Structure

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The song is the foundation of the music business. A great song is vital in building success in the music industry. Another key element of songwriting is you do it because you love writing songs.  Every song has a story.  One thing a songwriter needs to master is structuring a song’s story.

The beauty of songwriting is it allows you to express your ideas though a creative medium. Taking raw emotion is the seed that can germinate new ideas. You can write about being in love or being angry about a social issue.

A song is the vehicle that takes your ideas and turns it into a powerful tool of communication. With songwriting you have the ability to freely express yourself as an artist.

Within the lyrics of a song is power.

Songs have the power to affect people’s lives. The songs you write will impact others in many ways. A well written song will bring the listener to a place of relationship.

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Random Song Form Structure Songwriting App

Random Song Form Structure Songwriting App
Use this random song form structure songwriting app to generate song structures. This tool will provide you with ideas for creating good song frameworks. To create a new song form just click on the refresh button.

Song Structure Parts Defined

Here are some basic definition of each song structure part

The verse is the part of the song that builds the story line. Usually the melody is rhythmic and the pitch is lower than the chorus. Each new verse will have different words over the same melody. In some songs there will also be a refrain.
The chorus is the part of the song contains the title, hook. It will also summarize the verse in some fashion. The phasing is more melodic with the general pitch being higher than the verse. Each chorus has the same words sung to the same melody
Bridge, Middle, Break
The bridge or middle eight brings in a different element to the story line. It is similar to the verse yet will contrast concept, ideas, melody and feeling. For some song styles this could include a rap.
The rap is a segment of the song where a vocalist raps the verse
Solo - Instrumental
The solo is where there is an instrumental break in the song. A time of reflection.
Pre-Chorus, Lift
The pre-chorus or lift will normally precede the chorus. It is in between the verse and chorus and will build emotion and feeling leading into the chorus. The melody is a combination of both rhythmic and melodic. The general pitch of the lift will be somewhere between the verse and chorus.
An intro can be an instrumental riff or motif that sets the mood of the song. Vamping of chord progression can be used in the into. Even spoken word can be used here.
The outro is where you leave the song with improvisational vamping of the chorus or even a new musical ideas that concludes the song.

Final Thoughts

With the random song form structure songwriting app you can mix up various song forms. This is especially true if you find that you tend to write song in the same form structure.  You could take some time and take an old song and rewrite it to a different song form.  Experiment with different way to arrange your song.

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How to write a song – Part 2 – Structure

Part 2 of my incredibly in depth and helpful ‘how to write a song’ if by the end of this series, you haven’t written a number 1. Then there is something wrong with you!


Author: radiothax
Duration: 364
Published: 2011-06-28 21:40:48
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How to Write a Song : Songwriting: Structure

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Published: 2010-02-20 16:36:08

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How to write songs – creating a structure

This second video deals with chords and rhythm and introduces the I, IV and V7 chords in the key of C as well as offering a simple 8 bar structure for our first song in 4/4 time.


Author: simpletunes2
Duration: 376
Published: 2011-07-24 06:40:07
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Songwriting Structure

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Songwriters: Learn Your Structure Follow me on twitter at So You Wanna Be A Singer? I’ve got about 60 videos here on youtube to help you get ahead. Njoy OH!!! The songwriting author’s website:


Author: robertantonnyc
Duration: 334
Published: 2009-09-15 07:57:58
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Songwriting Specialties: Chords and Structure

Songwriting Specialties: Chords and Structure Focus both of these songwriting topics to focus your songwriting power. An in depth way to study songwriting for the beginner or experienced writer! Saturdays from 2:30 PM to 3:50 PM beginning 10/29/2011 for 8 weeks with Charles Kim | 4544 N Lincoln Ave 773/728/6000


Author: TheAstronomermusic
Duration: 48
Published: 2011-10-15 06:09:57
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Learn How to Write a Beginner Song : Songwriting: Structure Check me out on twitter Learn How to Write a Beginner Song : Songwriting: Structure


Author: stratocasterRonnie
Duration: 132
Published: 2011-07-21 04:09:59
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How to Write a Song : Songwriting: Structure

It’s OK to break the rules of songwriting, but know the structure of a song first so that you can break the rules intelligently.Learn how to write a song in this free music video. Expert: Athena Reich Contact: Bio: Athena Reich is a professional musician, actress, artist, singer, songwriter and coach for all of the above. Filmmaker: Paul Muller


Author: expertvillage
Duration: 82
Published: 2008-09-04 00:48:49
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Songwriting as Healing Therapy

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One problem with therapy—be it psychological or physical, for mental illness or substance abuse—is that it involves a lot of repetition, so keeping focus and attention can be a problem for some clients. Boredom often results, leading to resistance to and the feeling that therapy sessions are something unpleasant that need to be avoided.

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Song Critique Service

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  • Does the song have good structure?
  • Does it have a good hook?
  • Do the verses set-up your choruses?
  • Is the story-line clear all the way through?
  • Does the song have a bridge?
  • Are the lyrics conversational?

Learn How to Write Songs is offering song critiques to help songwriter’s improve their skills. A song critique will provide you with useful feedback and evaluation of your work. Save yourself time and money by “fine tuning” your song before you record your demo. Find out if your song needs some minor tweaks and adjustment or a complete renovation before you commit valuable resources. Getting feedback during the writing process can be tremendously useful to a songwriter.

Submit your song for a song critique and evaluation. In return for your submission fee, we will listen to your song. After listening several times we will provide you with a critique of your song. You will also get helpful hints on how you can improve the quality of your song. Elements of the song will be examined then explained to you in a informative written review. This helpful critique that will take your song to the next level.

Critique subjects include lyrics, song form, melody, orginality,, production, vocal performance, commercial viability and any thing else that needs be addressed. It is very important to get feedback on your song before submitting your song to real competitive pitches.

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To submit your songs for evaluation, you will need an audio MP3 file of the song and a copy of your song lyrics.

STEP ONE – Pay submission fee of $25 for the song you want critiqued.

STEP TWO – Once your fee is accepted, you will be directed to a form where you can enter your contact information, song lyrics, and upload your an MP3 of your song.

STEP THREE – Your song will be critiqued by our staff and once complete you will get a detailed report.


How much does it cost for a song critique

The fee is only $25 for each songs

How many songs can I submit?

You can submit as many songs as you want. Each submission must be done individually?

What will I get?

You will receive a report analyzing your song.

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