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The Essential Secrets of Songwriting
Hi I'm is Gary Ewer. Find how to write chord progressions, melodies, ..
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The conventional wisdom is that a song’s chorus should be happening by the time you get to the 1-minute mark, or even sooner. A chorus ..read more
Waiting for inspiration might be one of the biggest wastes of time in songwriting, and in other creative arts. It’s true that from time ..read more
If you’ve gotten partway through your next song, but you can’t seem to finish it, one of the best techniques for breaking the logjam ..read more
I remember a while ago listening to someone’s song, trying to analyze what the problem with the chorus was. The songwriter had sent it ..read more
If you always give the audience what they’re expecting, that’s a recipe for losing a fan base. It’s true that your fans are going to ..read more
Some lyrics are stories, and so there’s a simple answer to the question of how much of a lyric needs to be understood: darn near all of ..read more
The best composers of music will tell you that they have a routine — a kind of daily schedule and creative process — that they stick ..read more
You’ve probably noticed that great songwriters, when being interviewed about what they do, often talk about old songs. They’ll talk ..read more
A pre-chorus is not a mandatory section of a song. In fact, most songs don’t use them. But in some circumstances, a pre-chorus can be a ..read more
A good lyric might use clever rhymes. And it might use no rhymes. You might write a lyric that’s long and involved, or you might write ..read more

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