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3 Psychological Tricks How Write a Hit Song

April 24th, 2018 by

writing songs psychological tricksThere will be many guides and articles telling you how to write better songs, but the right approach toward change always depends on what you want to achieve. Changing your current writing habits can happen only under your watch and with your effort. Understanding psychological tricks will help you in your songwriting process

Surely, many of the tips can help, even the most ridiculous ones. You’ve probably heard of the habits popular songwriters have, such as not talking to people all day long, or using the ‘Mozart effect’ to kill the writer’s block.

Regardless of the approach you choose, if you are struggling with creating a hit despite all your efforts and talents, it is time to make some changes. Below are the three best psychological tricks that will help you create a hit. (more…)

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