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January 02, 2014

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Terrance Schemansky

After an Artist writes hundreds of songs, there comes a point where much of this happens automatically. Perhaps the #1 ingredient is experience. However, while music is an art form, the structure of a song still needs to be in place.

Considering some extremely popular songs were written in 5 minutes, I doubt the writer considered a great title, or seductive story in advance. In my opinion, the best songs come from true experience in writing with passion. It's also good production that often helps brings out the expression of a song. In a similar way, the musician's actual life experience or imagination brings out his or her persuasive words in the lyrics. Somewhere there's a step by step formula in there I suppose!

Terrance
3000 Records
www.3000records.com

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