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Songwriting That Comes From Your Heart: How to Find It?

January 3rd, 2018 by

Songwriting Heart Piano
Songwriting is an art that is as old as the history itself. It dates back to the ancient times and thus there is no way you can talk about human civilization without talking about it. Music writing process has continued to evolve from a simple art to a more complex process leading to the emergence of professional musicians, writers, dancers etc.

Although music is meant to entertain, it engages its audience more if it conveys a certain message. Have you ever witnessed the launching of a new song and a few weeks later it fades? Or have you ever listened to a track playing on the radio but you feel like changing the frequency even before it ends? I believe no artist would like their songs to suffer this kind of fate. (more…)

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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.