December 14th, 2017

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    Basics of Songwriting TUTORiAL

    P2P | Dec 14 2017 | 704 MB

    Learn to things you need to know, to write the music you need to write This course covers some of the basic ideas in song-writing. Ever listened to a song you love and thought, how did they do it? This course offers some interesting ways to understand how lyrics and music are put together to write songs. Since the dawn of civilization, people have been using songs to communicate with each other, express ideas, and allow them to express their thoughts and feelings. The song is the simplest way in which ideas can be spread with music. There are no methods of creating art that are more wide-spread and accessible than the song. In this course, we look at how songs are put together. You will understand the important things to look for when listening to a song, and you will also know how to create your own songs based on these same ideas. You will begin by looking at lyrics. How are they put together, do they rhyme, and do the words have any implicit musical qualities? You will analyse two songs from different genres and times and see how various tricks are used to understand the song. From here, we can write a new song based on the same ideas.

    Learn The Simple Things That Make A Great Song:
    – Learn how to analyse and break down lyrics
    – Understand how verses and choruses are constructed
    – Use easy ideas to create your own songs
    – Examine case studies of famous songs by various artists
    – Understand what makes a great chord progression
    – Learn about the different parts of a song

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    Basics of Songwriting TUTORiAL


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