Have you ever wondered where the music you write, or anyone writes, actually comes from? Isn’t it weird we can just take brainwaves and turn them into physical soundwaves of music with such specificity that what we put down is unique to us as the writer? Today, I want to shed light on this mystery and definitively answer this question.
Here’s why you gain by watching this video:
- How writing music is ultimately as easy for all of us as simply thinking.
- The crazy cool thing our brain does when listening to any music – and is the key to writing.
- Insight into the process happening behind the scenes when every single one of us sits down to write music.
We’re demystifying the underlying process of how we write. Why? Because when we understand what’s happening when we can write, we can more easily identify what’s not there when we can’t.
This also is incredibly useful for musicians looking to start writing, but don’t know how to begin or what the process even looks like.
Let me know what you think in a comment below the video.
Thanks so much for being here and DFTBA
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