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Basic level, mentoring helps because it guarantees someone who wants to become a music act(star),that there is someone who cares about them. A child is not alone in dealing with day-to-day music challenges. Think back. Did you know how to Continue reading “THE VALUE OF MENTORING”
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Add extra professionalism to a song with sophisticated background vocal ideas. Don’t always slavishly imitate the lead vocal’s phrasing and timing. Try extending the end of the odd line in a harmony, then pick up with Continue reading “BE A PROFESSIONAL MUSIC ARTIST”
There are a lot of standard tools you can use to help increase the marketability of your music, but here I want to talk about a pretty simple one.Before I talk about it, I need to mention that the most important factor in having a marketable song is Continue reading “MARKETABLE MELODY (SONGWRITING)”
If you always write with a keyboard, pick up a guitar for a change and see if that sets you off in a different direction. Even the most basic chords take on a new resonance and Continue reading “ACQUITANCE WITH YOUR COMPOSING INSTRUMENT (SONGWRITTING)”
Keeping the music different…
This is especially important in song arranging.
follow a repetitive structure (e.g. verse1/chorus/
etc.) it’s essential that we maintain interest by
approach to each verse. For example, verse 1
presented very simply by just guitar and vocal.
When verse 2
comes round, the arrangement could be much
alternatively you could write a counter-melody to
verse melody. If I am taking this approach, I
avoid using an
instrument in the same register as the vocal line.
E.g. go above it
with high strings or woodwinds, or maybe below
(say with a
cello). I nearly always make the second chorus
fuller than the
first one. A useful trick here is to add harmonies
to the vocal
melody on the second time round. This helps to
hook of the song and keep it feeling fresh….
*useful tips for producers* Continue reading “KEEPING THE MUSIC DIFFERENT”