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Five Ways To Be Inspired To Writing A Great Song


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This may seem pretty simple but once you pay attention and tap into your mood or emotions the pay can be big.

I found that when I have had some of the following emotions or mood swings,initially the reaction would be to do something other than write music. But that is s exactly when I go into the studio and start letting the juices flow.

Since my attention is so focused and whatever got me distracted in the first place,I can use that focus and transfer it over into my music.

I have written some of my best melodies this way.The following emotions tend to work for me.

1.Anger

2.Sadness

3.Anticipation

4.Envy

5.Love or appreciation

The next time you feel any of the above mentioned and feel like doing something in reaction, sit in the studio for 30 minutes or go to your favorite place and grab a pen an paper.Like I said this is one of the tools that works for Me. Give it A shot.

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