Compositional Inspiration (I).
By Will Landrum - email@example.com.
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|- Having trouble writing new songs?
- Having trouble writing your first song?
- Having trouble being happy with what you just composed?
These are challenges that most of us face when we break away from imitating our heroes and begin the next phase of musical maturity by writing and playing all original music.
The more you go your own way, the more you will recognize your own individual style of playing. That IS the next step. After all that's precisely what our heroes have done. That is what separates the good players from the great players.
Writing your own material can be intimidating and downright frightening for some. When you seriously write your first tune, no doubt you have poured your whole soul into it and your wondering is this any good? Or you may write your first tune and have absolute confidence that this is the next number 1 hit.
In any case, there are times when you just can't seem to come up with something you like. I want to share with you some of the ways I have come up with riffs and melodies that I'm very proud of.
One of the things that I remembered the most from the studying I did with Michael Fath, is that when you write a song, whether it's vocal or instrumental, make sure it has a hook. A hook is a catchy melody or riff that stands out in the listeners mind even after the song is over.
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