You know when you are hanging out at a bar with some friends, and then all the sudden a song starts to play that somehow brings everyone in the building together, singing and shouting along to the lyrics? Are you one of the carefree people singing along? Or are you the person sitting and thinking to yourself "how do I write music that makes people do this?".
Are you falling asleep to the sound of your own songwriting? Does your music seem to lack edge? Struggling to find any sort of drama within your art? Well don't worry.
This happens to just about everybody. You're working, or just hanging around the home when out of nowhere, you get an idea. This is the best song that's come to you yet...
When was the last time you went through this? You come up with an amazing sounding chord progression, riff, or even a melody: but no matter how much you try, you can't seem to get any further than that.
Have you found that your songs are missing something?
In this lesson you'll learn how you can apply the unique concept of The Ruins Of Beverast to your own songwriting.
Coming up with songwriting ideas is easy. But turning those ideas into complete songs is the hard part.
Repetition can be used in song writing a few different ways. Let's check out a couple of these ways now.
Study how to apply the distinctive guitar sound available when using "Drop D" guitar tuning.
Ready yourself for your next burst of inspiration...
I might be a little biased because I'm a piano teacher, but I think every musician should learn some basic piano skills. Especially songwriters.