David Lingabee Songs & Songwriting

Quick Access Index to The Complete Step by Step Process for How to Write a Great Song

 

Section A) – Steps 1) thru 10)

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The beginning Steps 1) thru 5)
Introduction to Section A)–Part 1
Introduction to Section A)–Part 2
Introduction to Section A)–Part 3
Introduction to Section A)–Part 4
Step 1)  Become calmly focused now
Step 2)  Compile a checklist
Step 3)  You should feel at ease
Step 4)  Figure out your Album & song name
Step 5)  Which first – music or lyrics

Step 6) How to Compose your Lyrics
Step 6)  Part 1 – What to do now
Step 6)  Part 2 – Put yourself through this part of the lyric writing
 Step 6)  Part 3 – Form your lyrics using Grammar
 Step 6)  Part 4 – Your lyrics should communicate emotion(s)
 Step 6)  Part 5 – Write your lyrics like you normally talk
 Step 6)  Part 6 – Ensuring your lyrics are easily understood
 Step 6)  Part 7 – Your Personal Integrity plays a part
 Step 6)  Part 8 – A final check you can do

Step 7) How to Compose your Music
Step 7)  Part 1 – Quick summary of How I compose music
Step 7)  Part 2 – Let’s begin with the main purpose for Songwriting
 Step 7)  Part 3 – Songwriting usually begins with…
 Step 7)  Part 4 – A quick look ahead – what’s in store for you
 Step 7)  Part 5 – You have to tell your body to play or sing
 Step 7)  Part 6 – It all starts with your intention
 Step 7)  Part 7 – You also use your attention to compose
 Step 7)  Part 8 – Always be completely satisfied
 Step 7)  Part 9 – What is a completed song?
Step 7)  Part 10 – Some things you may need along the way

 Step 7)  Part 11 – Name the emotion and message
Step 7)  Part 12 – Rhythm speed and timing
 Step 7)  Part 13 – Preparing for and composing your main melody
Step 7)  Part 14 – Some key points to ponder
 Step 7)  Part 15 – The Key and Scale should match the emotion
 Step 7)  Part 16 – Compose your song stage by stage
Step 7)  Part 17 – Structure and Sequence
 Step 7)  Part 18 – Harmony & Disharmony
 Step 7)  Part 19 – Choosing instruments and voice

 Step 7)  Part 20 – Your satisfaction
 Step 7)  Part 21 – Keep in mind when composing music
 Step 7)  Part 22 – A sudden inspiration
 Step 7)  Part 23 – Calm focus cannot be stressed enough
 Step 7)  Part 24 – Your best critic
 Step 7)  Part 25 – Repetitve listening to your song works
 Step 7)  Part 26 – Aesthetics

Step 8) How to compile your very own Songwriting Code
Part 1–Overall idea of a Songwriting Code
Part 2–You use your own Telepathy to write songs
Part 3–Take out your favorite song
Part 4–Decide

Part 5–Remember your code is solely for YOU
Part 6–Review of Section A) Steps 1–5
Part 7–Review of Section A) Step 6
Part 8–Review of Section A) Step 7
Part 9–Review of Section A) Step 7 continued
Part 10–Review of Section A) Step 7 continued

Part 11–Simplifying your code enough
Part 12–An ability that defines your inner creativity
Part 13–Choosing your song ingredients
Part 14–How to get those musical ideas “out of your head
Part 15–Things you can write songs about

Part 16–A broader look at Songwriting
Part 17–Ways to increase your instinctive and intuitive abilities for composing a Great Song
Part 18–Making your song 100% your own

Part 19–What it means to be a Professional
Part 20–A focus on Certainty
Part 21–Your final exercise for your Songwriting Code

Final Steps 9) & 10) – do these once you have completed your very own Songwriting Code 
Step 9) When is a song complete & trusting yourself
Step 10) The Final Decision
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