Being able to write your songs is one of the many incredibly valuable skills you need to build a music career. And, if you’re like most artists, it’s one of the easiest skills you ever learned.
Most people who are ready to write their songs start by listening to a favorite song and asking themselves, “Hey, what makes this song so good? What takes it to the top of the charts?”
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Usually, that will serve as a good segue between similar songs. And, you’ll typically hear suggestions here:
“The hook/chorus is in this section… ” ” “The bridge is a little different… ” ” “What about that verse?”
Often, you’ll hear suggestions here about how to improve a song, too. And, this is the place where those musicians who play by ear will usually offer suggestions.
For example, if you’re writing a song in the key of “D”, one might say something like this: “The verse should be in D… the chorus should be in E…”
Of course, there are always exceptions. If you’ve written a song in the key of F and it’s in the key of B, of course, you’ll want to tweak one of the sections– perhaps the pre-chorus– to bring it more in line with the rise and fall of the key.
But, generally speaking, you’re not going to find any universal rules here. 일산 노래방 And, anyway, no matter how written, something might change once you record it and share it with the world.
It’s best to leave your songs as-is–as-well-as-possible. After all, each song has an inherent advantage that will make it a lot more difficult to edit.
A good editor will take those parts that are duplicated elsewhere and expand upon them, change the levels of the other sections, and generally improve the performance of your song.
And when you do all of that, you’ll have a much superior product.
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In addition, you’ll often see strings with specs next to them that are for “Analog.” This means that these strings will be slimmer than the standard Nano strings, with warmer, mellower tones.
When you look at the section labeled “Ratios” you’ll often find that they are ratios, meaning the order of notes in each ratio is the same as the order in which they are written.
The explanation for usingratiostoo simply is to divide the length in half, and use half as opposed to the whole. If you write 1.23 / 1.48 / 1.77, it means a place that strings a third of a step below, (23% of a step), and then increases by a step (48% of a step), which means to increase the length by 24% so it matches the first string.
Those with “Nano” strings leave room for manufacturers to improve things, as they should, but I cannot stress how important it is to do everything with the same ramps, frets, and neck as other guitars.
If you work with a guitar that already has the standard Graduation Strat style necks, you can run them with the NanoFlex and experience how much they expand the internal hollow cavity of the guitar.
I must mention that if you choose the NanoFlex, you will have to set aside some money for a set of mainline Strat-style necks because the NanoFlex neck will be replacing yours, so be certain that when you choose your replacement neck, you purchase the correct neck for your particular playing style.