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A Musical Guide To Magical Songwriting

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A Musical Guide To Magical Songwriting

66 pagine
51 minuti
Jan 24, 2013


Inside "A Musical Guide To Magical Songwriting", we will explore:

-Playing By Ear VS Musical Theory

-Analyzing The (Pop)ular Song

-Creating Your Own Magical Landscape

-Using Your Strengths And Finding Your Inspiration

-Broken Down Analysis Of Each Part Of A Song (ie. Intro/Verse/Chorus etc...)

-I write three songs with specific themes (happy, sad, and scary) right along side you so you can get a better feel for emotional songwriting.

**Songs are free and will be downloadable via a link inside of the eGuide upon purchase**

-We will study one more original song my mine, called "The Fear Of The Loss Of Love" to see what make it tick, and analyze a few songs by professional recording artists (a couple you may be familiar with).

!!Free Bonus Gift!! My Free 46-Track Mixtape as a thank you for your support and for additional studying :)

**Mixtape will be downloadable via a link inside of the eGuide upon purchase**

Jan 24, 2013

Informazioni sull'autore

Hey there!Theo's the name. Writing music & stories is my game.I wanna keep this short, because I feel like I've written a thousand of these. All I'll say is that I'm trying to find the perfect balance of seriousness and silliness in my life. If you're in the Smashwords neighbour, drop a comment and check out my new ebooks:"A Musical Guide To Magical Songwriting"&"Our Undead: Abe"

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A Musical Guide To Magical Songwriting - Theo Vigo







Theo Vigo

Smashwords Edition

Copyright 2013 Theo W.A. Vigo

Smashwords Edition, License Notes

This eBook is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. This eBook may not be resold or given away to other people. If you would like to share this eBook with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each recipient. If you are reading this eBook and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your use only, then please return to and purchase your own copy. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author.




Before you begin, make sure to go to the LAST PAGE OF THIS eBook, find the link, and download:

My Musical Guide To Magical Music Songs




Table of Contents



Who Is This eBook For?

Playing By Ear VS Musical Theory

This EBook Is Split Into Two Parts

CH.1 – The (Pop)ular Song

CH.2 – Creating Your Own Magical Landscape

CH.3 – Using Your Strengths And Finding Your Inspiration


CH.4 – The Intro

CH.5 – The Verse

CH.6 – The Chorus

CH.7 – The Bridge

CH.8 – Ending Strong

CH.9 – The Lyrics

CH.10 – Conclusion


You may be asking yourself why I think I have the credibility to teach people how to write good songs. I haven't written any Top 40 hits or a song that has been at number on the charts. Now, at 26 years of age, I can say that I've been intentionally involved with music in some way for a good ten years. I say intentionally because before my sixteenth year of life, I'd always been a natural at music in terms of tones and rhythm.

My earliest emotional memory of music was in grade four, when my class did a musical performance of songs from the Disney classic The Lion King. I remember being able to sing I Just Can't Wait To Be King as if I, myself, were Jonathan Taylor Thomas. Unfortunately, I didn't get any lead parts. In grade eight, just before my time in elementary school was over, I started to acquire a need to dance. In earlier years my brother had made fun of me for dancing like a clown (my serious attempts at dancing) and I guess I wanted to prove him wrong. That, and to impress girls of course. I started learning dance routines from artists of the day like Sisqo and 'Nsync. That got me some good attention, good exercise and better yet, trained me in timing and rhythm. It was after elementary school that I started to seriously look into music.

Entering high school, I started taking vocal lessons at The New Conservatory of music in Scarborough, Ontario. Every year the school would hold a grand competition for it's students, placing every student in the appropriate instrument level and age group to display what they've learned. Judges would score them, and awards would be handed out afterward for first, second and third place. Everyone else would receive a Thanks for playing type of trophy. In the 2 to 4 years that I was in that music school, I always remained in the top three. There was one exception where I believe I didn't make it in the top three, and that was the year I wanted to take guitar lessons. I've never been the best guitar player. Actually, I'm totally basic when it comes to guitar playing.

It was while I was bedridden in grade ten that I decided to start learning how to play the guitar. I suddenly remembered while watching my 10,000th hour of television that my father had an old guitar he'd been gifted in our basement. I grabbed it and started learning all the songs I was watching on Much Music. Faint by Linkin Park, Young and Hopeless by Good Charlotte and anything by Blink 182 were all on my set list. You couldn't tell what song I was playing if you were listening to me back then, because I only played one string at a time with whatever small change I could find, (yes, pennies and

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