“Don’t be afraid to refine and revisit it. If you’re showing work and thinking,’Yeah, it’s a shame about the bridge part though’, then it’s not ready. Lyrics are important.”
In terms of songwriting tips for beginners – keep a notebook to hand. Write things down in the car, in your phone even; record snippets of ideas throughout the day – lyrics, melodies, chord patterns, creative thoughts, wild and wacky drum patterns, etc.
Be Creative Without Concern In a high energy and fast paced world, amidst an ever growing ocean of people and possibilities, it can seem completely unnatural and unproductive to simply stop and sit and learn to create something. In order to get ahead, to become a successful person, to have a life worth living; we … Continued
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