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The Beginner's Guide to Songwriting

The Beginner's Guide to Songwriting

Looking for information about how to write a song? If you’ve already tried your hand at songwriting, you probably know how amazing it feels to create your own music and express yourself through lyrics, chords, and melodies! As you learn how to write songs, you may notice that every tutorial is a bit different. That’s normal, as the process of writing music is different for everyone! Some write the lyrics first, some the chord progression, and others a melody. Some might start with a … Read More

The Beginner's Guide to Songwriting
Looking for information about how to write a song? If you’ve already tried your hand at songwriting, you probably know how amazing it feels to create your own music and express yourself through lyrics, chords, and melodies! As you learn how to write songs, you may notice that every tutorial is a bit different. That’s normal, as the process of writing music is different for everyone! Some write the lyrics first, some the chord progression, and others a melody. Some might start with a
How to Say "Cheers" in Different Languages [Video Tutorials]
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Drummer's Gear Guide: Which Drum Sticks Are the Best?
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Oldest Holocaust Survivor Shares Secret to Happiness
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