7 Ways to Never Forget Your Next Song
Writer’s block is most likely the worst enemy of all songwriters. However, there is something worse. When you see inspiration flowing and ideas being born, you want to capture and record them all. Today I want to share 7 ways to never forget your next song. Here are some of the best tactics for capturing your inspired lyrics
In this process, you will most likely forget most and let your inspiration go to waste. The moment you have a burst of creativity, you should reign it and leverage it.
Thankfully, there is a myriad of tools and methods at your disposal. In this piece, we’ve decided to tackle the problem of forgotten lyrics. With these seven simple tips, you will always have access to your future hits. Let’s see how can you utilize your burst of inspiration. (more…)
One of our reader’s asked the following question regarding songwriting exercises for writing lyrics:
What exercises can I do to start writing lyrics?
I really appreciate the chance to answer readers questions. One thing I believe is helpful is, many questions are never asked. Since that never are asked there is no opportunity to answer them. That is why I like reader questions. Many times the question asked could be the one that will help you with your songwriting efforts.
If you want to start writing lyrics you will need to do certain songwriting exercises. Most of these exercises involve playing with ideas and words.
Every song starts with a central idea, from that idea comes a story. The story is structures poetically through meter and rhyme. A song will them transform into a certain song structure with sections like verse and chorus. (more…)