|What is your creative process?
My creative process is that I either write the lyrics first and then the music as with the Abecedarian cd and then sometimes I find a melody with the music and then write the lyrics.
I am inspired by the most strange stimuli, but I tend to be the most artistic when I'm melancholy. I'm the most inspired to do musical things - to write, record, or play - when I'm not in the best mood. But from there, I look to my surroundings and things going on in my life for creative inspiration. There isn't really a reason to my rhyme.
erm... i dunno. it always just sort of happen. i have to be in my comfort zone though like at home or on my bed but nothing will start without my guitar. that's important.
What IS the creative process anyway?
I write music in the same way that anything else is done, through hours of hard work.
Right now I am interested in the way western culture has been taught through the lives of men and how this affects what we define as Music (with a capital M). My compositions seek a new embodiment of the history and experience of concert art music.
In studio. But before I elaborate the ideas. Writing text in Slam Poetry. Of diverse forms.
All of my songs start out on one of two instruments: guitar or piano. I feel these to be the best foundations and building blocks to begin writing songs. Then I make a few different demo versions just to get a feel for the direction I want the song to go in.
First... the emotion, idea or image I want to express.. then, the melodies, which are concieved individually, over a generally simple rhytmic patterns, set together to build a structure. After that... if I want to, I add poetry to the lyrics (I'm not that good as a poet).
improvisation and write a good song...
Most of the time, I listen to my favorite artists' catalog to gain some inspiration. Sometimes, my emotions just tell me what to write or what to play. Other times, I pick a genre to listen to see what I can pull and then mesh that together with my style. Once I've done one of those things, I start listening to my VSTi collections to see what sounds would contribute to what I want. From there, the magic happens.
WOW! well for me its natural, and usually i start maybe with and intro, or a drum track or even a bar of strings or few nots of piano after which i work on the other parts and keep improvising till i get a final track.
Performing in concerts,Composing music for dramas and album.
I have two of them.
Realizing the entire composition at once, even if it´s with guitar, piano on my hands or writing some sheet. And the momento of quick truth as i called. Just bouncing up on a riff, melody, phrase or even a drum beat..and start fitting thigs over it.
Mental Hysteria folcks!
See, Listen, Think & Do It... - If it's good & worth it.
This is hard to explain. I never force myself to compose a song. I just let it come to me. It typically starts with a short melody, which I'll base the rest of the song around. Some songs take me years to be happy, others minutes.
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