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Learn How To Write Powerful Songs

Being a musician is good, but being a songwriter is even better. This book will do more than just teach you how to write songs. This book will teach you how to write powerful songs that really speak to people.

You will learn:
-How to turn different notes into actual songs
-How to incorporate metaphors into your lyrics
-How to use improvisation to enhance your songwriting ability immediately
-How to turn your emotions into songs
-How to communicate to the listener through your music
-The number one thing that makes a good song
-Plus more

This book is directed at guitarists, and those that are interested in writing lyrics, but many of the concepts can be applied to other musical instruments as well.

Writing a good song is one of the most rewarding things you could ever do for yourself. Join a crowd that many people will never get to join by becoming a great songwriter. Get started today!

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Meh 26 juillet 2013
Par Smithers - Publié sur
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This is a good book, but as a guitarist, I can honestly say that the author has no idea how to play guitar.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Should be titled "The Book of Innumerable/Bad Analogies" 10 décembre 2013
Par POIA - Publié sur
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It's silly analogy after another and another until you just want to scream! I'm not really sure if this author has a good understanding of much of anything after reading this offering. He obviously isn't a fisherman when he says (paraphrasing here) you wouldn't try to catch a fish by using another fish as bait. Oh, really? Ever hear of "bait fish"? He obviously isn't well versed in firefighting techniques either when he states in another analogy, (paraphrasing again) you wouldn't consider using fire to fight a fire, you need water for that task, not additional fire. Wow, I cannot emphasize enough how glad I am that he's not in charge of putting out forest fires in my neck of the woods.

Look, as a cheerleading, motivational, idea-inspiring medium, this one just doesn't cut it. The author would do better publishing a list of his main ideas while removing most everything else. Perhaps he should take his own advice about removing distractions from the songwriting effort and apply it to his book writing. When the overuse of analogies interferes with the learning process, the analogies then become a distraction which destroy the intent of the book. I am left pondering the question, why bother with this one??? It's like picking through a load of BS, searching for a diamond in the rough...perhaps an exercise in diminishing returns. Sorry, but I just couldn't resist throwing in a bad analogy of my own. Kind of like fighting fire with fire don't you think?

Honestly, this book was ruined by the litany of poorly thought out analogies which pepper its pages. Additionally, the lack of information concerning this author's qualifications as a songwriter, guitarist or musician also detract from this book's credibility. Most of the message he was trying to get across got lost in the bad-analogy shuffle.

Sorry, but in good conscience, the best I can rate this one is 1 1/2 stars.
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