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How Your Performance Level Often Dictates Your Songwriting Level

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on January 3, 2014

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Rock guitaristOne of the best ways to improve your songwriting skills has, at first glance, not much to do with songwriting at all: improve your performance skills. That’s because for most songwriters, musical ideas happen when you sit down and improvise on your instrument.

There are many songwriters who will say something to the effect that “three chords is plenty” for writing songs, particularly country music. While that may be true, that should never mean that improving your instrumental skills is an option. It’s part of basic curiosity – about how music works. If you don’t feel curious enough to improve, you have to examine what you really want from music.

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