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3 Genius Tips To Start Writing A Song Like A Pro

3 Genius Tips To Start Writing A Song Like A Pro

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) When it comes to music, everyone has a different opinion and taste. So, you may struggle a little to find out good guidance to help you get started in songwriting, for example, or in music-making.

Songwriting is a very important aspect of music. It's deeply connected to individual singing and vocal skills. Since everyone has a different voice (sometimes even identical twins), we might say that singing a song is like playing a personal instrument, which is the vocal cords.

What's The "Mood" Of A Song?

The "mood" of your lyrics will influence your song and feature it from the beginning to the end. Consider that lyrics play a big role in songwriting as they make up for most of a song style and genre.

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Songwriting - How Pros Start A Song

Let's face it all - there are endless ways to start a song. It all depends on what you want to convey with that song, what you want people to feel while listening to it. Some professional singers and songwriters start with a title. It can be made of a few words that work to give you a complete inspiration. Others prefer to start with a melody line and this is the case of musicians who play an instrument while singing. Some people feel more comfortable starting with an emotion or a thought. These people are possibly more likely to give their songs a sensitive and intellectual style. Finally, some songwriters get inspired by what the consumers show to appreciate more. This kind of music is made for commercial purposes rather than for artistic inspiration or creativity.

Anyway, the bottom line is that you own great communication and writing skills. You should be able to put in words sensations and emotions without describing them too wordy (it's not like writing an essay!). If you love writing and reading poems, you are halfway there to become an excellent songwriter.

Get Started Right Now!

All you have to do to start writing your first song is a notebook and a pen. Then, make sure to be in a calm and quiet place where you can listen to your ideas and feelings without any distractions. In this regard, you'd better turn your mobile off for a while, so you won't be tempted to check messages, emails, or others.

Then, get these tips and you will thank the day you learned them!

  1. Stay alonethinking in a forest
    Songwriting is a complex and delicate process. As we've just recommended above, be in a place where nobody will disturb you. Also, make sure there's not any noise coming from outside the window/room. The ideal choice would be to go to a forest or down a river to let nature inspire your mind and soul.

  2. Think much
    Before writing your first words, spend some time thinking much about the emotions you feel or want your listeners to feel. Analyze your thoughts and emotions. Break them down in single feelings and write down a few words for each. It's not important if your words look separated. You are simply putting down a few ideas, then you will connect them to create unity.

  3. Adjust your vocabulary
    Once you have created a list of feelings in words, you have to review your vocabulary choice. Of course, you used the first words that popped out in your mind. You can do better, so adjust them until you are satisfied. Find the right synonyms that express your ideas better. You may play on words to create a special impact on the listeners' imagination. You can even create contrasting pairs of words. Just try multiple solutions and pick the one that fits your ideas better.

Remember that the golden rule of thumb to write successful lyrics is to base your songwriting process on your experience. Write from your experience rather than inventing or figuring out emotions you've never experienced.

Your public will immediately "feel" you are talking to them honestly and truly through your song lyrics.

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