Kristofer Dahl 25th June Love the dynamics and feel of this one Piotr! Bogdan Radovic 25th June Very emotional track Piotr! Ivan Milenkovic 25th June Very nice track Piotr, love the way you played it.
Read your lyrics aloud several times. Try saying them at different tempos. Find and savour the basic rhythm of your words.
For every line of lyric, write a number from 1 to 10 that corresponds to the emotional value of the line. For every verse or section of lyric, write the 2 or 3 words that hold the most emotional value.
For every verse or section of lyric, find the one word that seems to serve as a climactic point: Play the first chord from a short chord progression on your guitar or keyboard.
Experiment with this step. Songs in major keys have a different feel from songs in a minor key. Sing the tonic note e. Start reciting your poem on that note, and think about the inherent rhythm of your words. For accented syllables, you may want to hold those words longer.
Make sure that the natural pulse of your words comes through. Play through your chosen chord progression, and sing your melody on the tonic note. Experiment with how long to play each chord, and how long you hold each word or syllable. Start singing your lyric again, this time changing the starting note of each line by considering the emotional value you assigned to each line of text.
If you gave your line a value ofstart on a low tonic. If you gave it astart on the 3rd above it.
If you gave the line astart on a dominant note. And if your line is very emotional 9 or 10start singing on the upper tonic note. As before, move your note up or down to make it fit as you play through your progression.
Create melodic leaps by considering the emotional words you listed in Step 3. When you sing those words, allow your voice to leap upward. Create a climactic high point by considering the emotional word you listed in Step 4. The focal point of your lyric might work well by allowing it to be one of the highest notes in your song.
There are many ways to create tunes. But if melodic ideas are just not happening for you, doing the 10 steps above can help. Written by Gary Ewer.Jan 25, · all love songs describe even pain or joy, you have to feel these emotions and and have the tools to get it down on paper, and the tools here is the words, the stronger you are in your language and feelings the more beautiful and rhythm your song will become, try to listen to the best of love songs especially in ballad as you mentioned and get the feeling in these songs to connect your feeling Status: Resolved.
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The ballad is probably one of the easiest forms to write. It kind of looks like a simple song, with verses and sometimes a refrain (or chorus). It is very easy to set a ballad to music and sing it.
The ballad form lends itself well to nearly any topic, but traditionally was used for poems that told. Ballad poems are fun to write because the story is told in a simple language.
However, making sure that it keeps to the rhythm and rhyme is the challenging part in it . It starts off similar to many ballads, then phase changes to a 'light opera-ish' stage, and phase changes to 'rock' before changing back to the 'ballad'.
* Another trend that is starting up is adapting a song from one style of music and transforming it to another.