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Top 5 Mobile Apps for Songwriting

May 1st, 2019 by
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Songwriting takes a lot of time and careful planning, even for the best musicians. However, you cannot argue the fact that inspiration for songwriting often hits you when you least expect it, as with all great ideas.

It is, therefore, vital that you be prepared whenever it hits, as to not lose golden sparks that could ignite a future song hit. This means you doing songwriting on-the-go, equipped and fortified with modern technology – made easy and convenient. You don’t need to be limited to only remember bits and pieces of the song, be it a melody, title, or lyrics.

Songwriters, with the use of smartphones, now have the capacity to write a song from beginning to the end. Here are five apps for songwriter’s handpicked as your essentials:

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    The only way to attain vision is to have reworked and redefined your musical style and ability to the point to where you become aware of yourself as an artist. One cannot tell you what their musical vision is; they can only show you. A musician with a vision has the ability to meld his personality into his music. He/She knows his/her strengths and weaknesses. Every factor is a building block to their music. When you realize your vision as an artist, you will begin to understand what you want, and where you need to go to get it. If you haven’t found it yet, don’t fret. Keep making music and assessing yourself as a musician. It will come in time. Will it help you grow as a musician? Definitely. It will put that extra edge in your music that screams your name whenever people hear it.