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Friday, July 7, 2017

WHAT ARE SOME THINGS THAT MAKE A GOOD AND INSPIRING SONG IN ANY GENRE?

The quest for good music has always been and is still the sole aim of every lover of music. From a personal statistic, it shows that about 3/4 of the world population goes online daily searching for the most latest inspiring music.
From a natural point of view, many artist find themselves struggling to make music that can attract the public and make a buzz.
 Do you think good music can be made from changing of musical genre?
Or can good music be developed by simply copying or remixing other popular songs?

Today you will discover some six (6) pertinent aspects most artists neglect in their musical career.

1.Great beats










Beats carries 55% of a song.Listening to an uninspiring beat is like a deft person who dances because he sees others dancing. You cannot attract a listener with a wack beat. The beat must be professional (well mixed, and mastered)


2.Lyric












Listening to music without knowing the lyrics is like eating food without knowing its ingredients. First of all a song must be well structured lyrically and melodically. Only the lyrics makes a song look more matured and lovable.

3. MELODY

Musical sounds in agreeable succession or arrangement.
 
Music.
  1. the succession of single tones in musical compositions, as distinguished from harmony and rhythm.
  2. the principal part in a harmonic composition; the air.
  3. a rhythmical succession of single tones producing a distinct musical phrase or idea.
 From a personal statistic, Songs without catching melodies makes listeners feel like sleeping.











In everyday language, this is the element we call ‘the tune’. In technical terms, however, the melody is a series of pitches, or notes, that are organised to form a shape or pattern. Each individual note is given a length determined by the rhythm of the melody, so we might think of melody as ‘pitch plus time

 

4. Harmony

This element of music arises when pitches are vertically combined, usually in groups of three notes. The common terms are chord or triad. Chords are used to harmonise a melody - providing accompanying notes that blend with and support the melody, and the notes of each chord are formed by combining notes together

5. Rhythm

 








 In this instance, the notes of the melody have rhythm since they are of different lengths. Crotchets (or quarter notes) last for one beat, quavers (or eighth notes) for half a beat, for example. All of the parts of the band - instrumental and vocal - create the rhythm of the song.



6. Chorus 















Again, normally pretty straight forward, and consisting of four to eight chords. There is normally a change in the dynamics of a chorus to make it stand out. These include volume, intensity, catchyness (is that a real word?), and timbre.



A common structure of a popular song might be:
  • Intro
  • Verse 1
  • Chorus
  • Verse 2
  • Chorus
  • Bridge
  • Verse 3
  • Chorus
  • Outro
Common variations on this structure:
  • No introduction.
  • The chorus coming before the verse.
  • No verse after the bridge.
  • The last chorus being repeated.
  • The chorus having similar but slightly different words each time.
  • An instrumental section before the bridge, often one or more solos based on the verse and chorus.
  • No separate verse and chorus, with just a long verse.



Listening to music without knowing the lyrics is like eating food without knowing its ingredients. It’s irresponsible. If music is important to you, take the time to embrace it fully. Know what that guy screaming at you is saying. In real life, you would damn well make sure to know.

Read More: Why lyrics matter | http://www.invisibleoranges.com/why-lyrics-matter/?trackback=tsmclip
Listening to music without knowing the lyrics is like eating food without knowing its ingredients. It’s irresponsible. If music is important to you, take the time to embrace it fully. Know what that guy screaming at you is saying. In real life, you would damn well make sure to know.

Read More: Why lyrics matter | http://www.invisibleoranges.com/why-lyrics-matter/?trackback=tsmclip
Listening to music without knowing the lyrics is like eating food without knowing its ingredients. It’s irresponsible. If music is important to you, take the time to embrace it fully. Know what that guy screaming at you is saying. In real life, you would damn well make sure to know.

Read More: Why lyrics matter | http://www.invisibleoranges.com/why-lyrics-matter/?trackback=tsmclip

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