Music Theory and Songwriting: 3 Books in 1: A Comprehensive Guide to Understand and Write Music, Song and Lyrics from Beginner to Expert Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Do you have a passion in music?
Do you want to improve a skill or understanding of songwriting, singing, music analysis, or music production, or generally grow your general acuity of music? Or do you want to improve your brain, your behavior, mood, and discipline or achieve success a lot easier with music?
If you’ve answered YES, keep reading....
You Are About To Learn The Ins And Outs Of Music From The Basics To The Art Of Song Writing And Advanced Concepts For Experienced Musicians - You Will Find It Here!
Music is far more than being talented or having passion in music. Music is a skill, it is an art, and science that takes directed focus, attention, and commitment to master if you truly want to have a skill worth celebrating....
And this three in one book is about to hold you by the hand - everything from the basics to the very advanced stuff that will make you stand out from the crowd of wannabes....
So if you’ve probably been asking yourself:
What do I need to do to sing, write, or analyze music well or play a certain instrument aptly?
What is the quickest way to learn music theory or produce music?
How can I turn music into a business?
Where should I begin my journey?
And other similar questions, this book will give you all the answers you need to achieve your dream of becoming an accomplished musician in whatever respect.
This book is here to teach you, from scratch, all you need to know about music to turn you into a skilled musician in no time. From the fundamental basics of songwriting, sound, and music analysis (among others) for beginners, the essentials of music for intermediates seeking development to the more advanced concepts for experienced musicians, this book will give you everything you need to know to jump from a total beginner or amateur to a very skilled and erudite musician.
More precisely, this three in one book will teach you:
- The history and evolution of music
- The emotional side of making music
- What music theory and songwriting entail
- Why you should choose songwriting
- The various techniques of songwriting
- How to compose music
- Music analysis
- The benefits that come from music, including health, relationship, and therapeutic benefits
- The types of music
- What to know if you’re thinking about studying music
- Why and how to learn music theory, including how to train your ear to hear
- Music lessons to help you keep up
- How to begin a melody, modify a song, and think song thoughts
- How to set your time to learn music theory
- The next steps after learning music theory
- Classical music for beginners
- Solfeo self-practices
- Musical elements
- The ins and outs of sound, melody, scales, chords, and harmony
- Prominent and popular types of music, and music genres of all tastes
- Genre of music, depending on the instrument you use
- Music intervals and their uses
- Reading music on the staff, including music note recognition
- How to turn song writing into business
- The ins and outs of music production
- Vocal training techniques
- How to move on stage and seduce the public
- The spirituality of music
- And so much more!
Even if this seems like an unknown world, this book will teach you everything you need to know using simple language....
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|Listening Length||12 hours and 5 minutes|
|Narrator||Chris Barton, Patrick McCaffrey|
|Audible.ca Release Date||April 26 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #103,744 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#1,071 in Songwriting (Books)
Top reviews from other countries
I’m sure in the original language it was fine to read but once you get past the choppy sentences and ridiculous claims about music in general, you find yourself reading a book that doesn’t give any meaningful guidance for learning theory, composition, or really anything except…I guess an MLM presentation on music?
Reading this book made me not want to make music anymore.
It was free and I want my money back.