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Stack It Up

Stack It Up

Now, you're good to go.

Do some research and listen to different song structures and keep a mental note of how it works

It's time to weave and piece it together, this is where you get bring your creativity to the table make edits, make changes, make it true to YOU. Even though I've talked alot about things that appeal to listeners, at the end of the day... The song is yours.

If the song doesn't sound good to you, approach it with a new perspective another day until it does.

Your song is a personification of you. So unless you're happy with the outcome, keep working on it.


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Here's a small guide to the world of songwriting from my personal experience as a passionate songwriter. Get inspired and write away!

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