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Great Songwriting Resources That You Can Use

December 12th, 2017 by

Songwriting Resources Music ManuscriptNo matter you are a newbie, or an advanced songwriter, sometimes you may lack an inspiration for songwriting. If this lasts for quite a long time, it can become a real problem for you. There are numerous reasons why this might have happened, but what you should definitely do then, is finding a new resource for your inspiration ASAP. But if you do need to write a song just nowyou may use various songwriting resources available both online and offline can really lend you a helping hand. Here I will outline the most useful ones: (more…)

How to Write Better Songs

October 16th, 2017 by

How to Write Better Songs Guitar
Once you have decided to try yourself in composing verses and want them become a song one day, but you do not play any musical instruments and can’t compose own music, then you have to understand that writing a good song is not that easy, as it may seem at first sight; you have to work very hard to make your text attract the attention of musicians.

The lyrics of the song must tell a complete story and convey feelings of the songwriter, thus the main aim of any author is to write words he wants to hear himself, the words listeners will not be able to stop repeating. (more…)

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    An extension to the journal tip is to keep all your old songs. Keep the music and lyrics every time you decide not to use a song. You may often find a use for it later when your skill has improved. You may find when reviewing all the songs you wrote and tossed aside that some ideas that you had years ago are actually quite relevant now. Use the old riffs and scraps of lyric to break whatever ‘block’ you may be experiencing, or reconstruct entirely new songs. In many cases, you will find that they are much better than their predecessors are.