“Jingle Bells”‘s introduction About this sound Play intro or About this sound full song Structure: Intro, Verse I, Chorus, Verse II, Chorus, Verse III, Chorus, Continue reading “SONG STRUCTURE (IN SUMMARY)”
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Each month, I’ll take a look at the arrangement of a well-known record to see what makes it tick. To start with, let’s consider Continue reading “A GUIDE TO SONG CONSTRUCTION & ARRANGEMENT PART 1b”
All songs are built around chords and there are standard chord progressions that are used and work well in the pop genre. Chords are named after the scale degrees; a chord is built from every other note in the scale. In the key of C, the chords that Continue reading “COMPOSING A POP SONG 2 (HIP-HOP CHORDS)”
Have listened to so many hiphop songs and have noticed that there are so many things that are supposed to be in place that are not, many errors in tracks and many mistakes, but because a music sounds nice and danceable makes people blind to Continue reading “COMPOSING A POP SONG (HIP-HOP)”
Have listened to so many hiphop songs and have noticed that there are so many things that are to be put in place that are not, many errors in tracks and many mistakes, but because a music sounds nice and danceable makes people blind to those mistakes. Today we will be talking about pop song composing it to a marketable value. some tips to help you in composing them and progressions included for music producers would be uploaded today.
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Make sure your songs are not all in the same key. It may sound obvious, but it’s very easy to just stick with what’s easiest for you to write or sing in, and if you don’t keep an eye on this your songs could all end up sounding similar to each other.
Try to introduce plenty of dynamic and metric interest into your songs, so that Continue reading “INTRODUCE DYNAMIC AND METRIC INTEREST TO YOUR MUSIC”
If you compose with a sequencer, always have it in record mode while you’re doodling at your keyboard. Don’t assume that you’ll automatically remember anything good that comes up, because Continue reading “RECORD YOUR EVERY STEP OF COMPOSING,SONGWRITING”
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”
Try ‘free association’ when you have something to write a song about but can’t think how to start the lyrics: sit down with paper and pen (or a word processor) and Continue reading “TRYING A FREE ASSOCIATION (SONGWRITING)”
Listen to as many of other peoples’ songs as you can. Focus especially on those songwriters whose works are considered classics, and don’t neglect the best of what’s happening now. Always be thinking about what makes a Continue reading “SAMPLING (SONG WRITING)”
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)”
Keep a list of prospective song titles on your wall. Whenever you hear a good word or an evocative phrase, add it to Continue reading “SONGWRITING NOTICE BOARD”
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)”