How to make killer melodies without music theory. In this video I show the way I make my melodies.I don’t use that much music theory to be honest. I used Fl studio 12 in this video. Follow me Instagram: Soundcloud: Youtube:
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In this Hack Music Theory lesson, you’ll learn two hacks that will make your lead melodies grab the attention of your listeners. But first… Tea! ►Free eBook: ►Apprenticeship Course: ►Songwriting & Producing PDF: PLAYLIST 1:44 – HACK 1 – 7 Up Lead melodies need to grab your listeners’ ears and demand their minds’ attention, otherwise your song will just blur into background music. So, in this world of ever-increasing distraction, how can your lead melody get someone’s attention? Easy, you just use our 7 Up hack! Evolution has programmed our minds to ignore everyday things (like [More]
In this Hack Music Theory lesson, you’ll learn how to break up your simple chord progressions and turn ‘em into stunning melodies. But first… Tea! ►Free eBook: ►Apprenticeship Course: ►Songwriting & Producing PDF: PLAYLIST INTRO When you break up a chord and play it one note at a time (instead of all the notes together), you turn harmony into melody. This magic trick is known as an arpeggio, which is just a fancy way of saying “broken chord”. And, when you play a chord one note at a time, you also end up with a far [More]
Download Your Free Songwriting Handbook Now: Earn Your Songwriting Degree Online with Berklee: In this free songwriting tutorial, Berklee professor Jimmy Kachulis teaches you tips and techniques for writing vocal melodies over a bass line when creating a song. Master songwriter Jimmy Kachulis has analyzed thousands of hits, identifying the structures and patterns that work best, and why. In his ‘Writing Hit Songs’ course, he’ll share the techniques successful writers use to craft vivid, memorable songs and help you do the same. Whether you’re a relative beginner or an experienced songwriter, you’ll learn how to brainstorm ideas, overcome [More]
Download Shane’s songwriting tips: Most songwriters always start their songs on the downbeat, but if you want to try something different, to make your songs stand out, shift your melody to beats 3, 4, or 5. Berklee Online instructor Shane Adams explains that by shifting your melody to different beats, you create more contrast in your song. Even a simple melody can be more interesting just by starting it on different beats. The chief reason this method works: More anticipation for the listeners! About Shane Adams: Shane Adams is a twice GRAMMY nominated music educator, and award-winning producer, and [More]
Download Shane’s songwriting tips: In this video, Berklee Online instructor Shane Adams shows you a songwriting trick he uses to get outside of his comfort zone: To change up your melodies when writing a song, use a note from the melody as the basis for the chord you want to find. Start with your original progression, and then take a single note from the melody and plug it into different chords where the note appears. You can also use the melody note as the second note in the next chord in the progression. You’ll be surprised by how different [More]
Download Shane’s songwriting tips: The most important quality in songwriting is melody. If you want your melody to stand out, you shouldn’t be afraid to try notes other than the most common notes used in any key (the root or the 5th of the scale). Berklee Online instructor Shane Adams demonstrates what he refers to as the “color” notes, which are notes that stand out to the listener because they provide a certain degree of dissonance. These color notes are generally the 2nd, 3rd, and 6th notes of the scale. Starting on the 2nd of the scale makes any [More]