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fzalfa
post Apr 15 2016, 10:07 PM
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Hi

i'm writing a track

so i work on, play the chords over and over, but more i play more i go away from where i had to start....

now the track is almost the same as start, but how to do not go to much away ?

when do i consider the chords grid finished ?

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post Apr 17 2016, 04:32 PM
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Look at songs with a similar feel to your idea and look at how the song is split up into sections, you might find something like...

AABABCB

Where section A is

Em.../G.../D.../C...

Section B is

G.../D.../Em.../C

and Section C is

C.../D.../Em.../Am


That should give you an idea of how to structure your song and create a melodic story.


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post Apr 18 2016, 10:20 AM
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Thanks.

This answer is what I had expected !

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