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I wrote and recorded a song in ten minutes, what do you think

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Whatever you think :lol: Think about it this way though, repetetive lyrics, very simple chord progression, and it's only 2 minutes. The first thing I did was make the riff, and the song only has four chords, and then I had melody for the riff. I wrote the chorus over the dominant chord, which is easy and quick, and then I decided to add a lalala section because it's also really easy to add one of those over a riff. The next thing I did was make words for the chorus and think of one or two lines for each verse, then I repeated them a bit. I had about 6 minutes down there. I tried a first take and screwed up  half way through improvising words, then the second take, It turned out ok, and that was all. To be fair, this is not that take, the ten minute take is on soundcloud I recorded the video the next day.




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