I was once told by a teacher that one of the most difficult parts of writing music is starting and finishing. I think there's real truth to this as the first and last impressions of our music is a big deal. Today I use a technique for endings to help make sure everything ends up right where I want it.
In this video you'll learn:
- A classic writing technique for ending a song or piece of music.
- Why your ear tends to want to go certain places, even if you're actively trying to do something else.
- How to start filling in previous draft material so that your music comes to life.
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