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Dr. Maya Ackerman, CEO of WaveAI Inc, shares the origins of ALYSIA – a Songwriting AI assistant that makes it easy for anyone, everywhere, to create original songs in minutes. www.withalysia.com
Breaking into the business is the most complicated and difficult part of becoming a songwriter. The Songtown guys and veteran publisher Clay Myers give you their tips and tricks to help you navigate the sea of songwriting.
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If you’re writing too many of your songs just using major triads, your listeners may start to get bored. The way to color and contrast harmonies is by transforming major triads into suspended chords. And when you’re considering the bass note of your chord, going with the third note in the scale can add more color than simply using the root note in the bass. In this video, Shane Adams showcases how to transform your songs by switching up the harmonies.
in this video I’m talking about how to use repetition in your songwriting. Repetition is one of the key elements in writing a great song. Research has shown that songs that use more repetition are more, enjoyable and interesting for the listener and are also more successful. So in this lesson i’m talking about how we can use repetition in the melody, lyrics,structure and harmony when writing our songs.
In this songwriting 101 tutorial, learn how to write better melodies! Printable Cheat Sheet: https://www.patreon.com/dylanlaine // Don’t forget… ??
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It’s easy to see the imagery that songwriters use in the lyrics of country music, but in other types of music, it’s a little bit more difficult to pin down. In this free songwriting tutorial, songwriter and Berklee Online course author Andrea Stolpe covers 9 ways to use effective imagery in your song lyrics, no matter what genre of song you’re writing. Working from the age old “show, don’t tell” school of songwriting, and encouraging innovative experiments that range from sensory writing to changing the lyrical perspective of your song, Andrea uncovers a number of effective ways to keep your listeners engaged in your lyrics. She also offers tips on how to get past the hurdle of the second verse, and how to write through a lens.
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This is a continuation of the songwriting process as well as life lessons by the author about how to turn your passion for music, from hobby into a career. The songwriting professor Mr. Dvoskin is available to present ‘master classes’ worldwide, and from time to time schedule depending available for private “hire” to offer songwriting services, career coaching, and even song production. For professional inquiries: