|What is your creative process?
It's different every time, which makes it all the more enjoyable. Sometimes I'll have a random lyric, melody, or piano hook in my head that I start with. Other times I write around a theme that I've personally experienced, witnessed, or dreamed of. The only thing that matters is at the end of the day, the song has to be REAL and hit home.
Sometimes i start with a lyric, or a melody in my head. Usually i record the music first and finish the lyrics after the whole song is created.
Dont Really Got One.. I Just Write Whenever Something Good Happens Or Even Bad And I Get Really Into It And Just Keep Writing And Writing And In My Head I Just Know Im Trying To Make Every Song Equal By Making Them All Equal And Whenever I Hit The Studio I Just Mess With My Voice And Sometimes Even Lyrics Or Fades Or Echos And Stuff And See What It Sounds Good With.
I pick a beat listen to it until it gives me something then write. Sometimes the hook comes first sometimes the verse. My best songs usually come from a beat I tossed to the side for a while. I never force nothing
it varies, usually i pick a beat and sit there til something sparks. sometimes i write without any music then edit what i wrote to a beat to make it fit. seems like either way it always comes out right to me which is all i care about
I never sit down and think "Im going to write a song" atho it is different every time. Mostly It just happens. I get an idea about what i want to say then the music writes itself through me.
It varies... these days I take it as it comes. If I get a few minutes alone, I will work on completing songs in progress, or schedule a co-writing session with another musician. I let things happen fairly organically.
I don't know...and if I knew...I wouldn't tell.....People copy too much.
I can't force a song to come out. If I do try, it never turns out as a good one. Songs are a natural reaction for me of something going on in my life. They are a way to cope with things. If something is bothering me and I sit with my guitar, the song usually happens in less than 30 minutes.
I jot down fragments of lyrics whenever they come to mind and work on them up later. They usually come in unusual setting, so I make sure I carry a small notebook and pen. I record vocals straight onto my laptop to note down ideas. I occasionally take part in improvisation workshops.
well my process is based on the reflection of my life and the people who are around me, or did I just create difficult situations I put myself in it or sometimes just to create them personagems
As fellow professionals will admit, it starts with the phone call...
Seriously, an idea comes from somewhere and then you work it to completion. Inspiration is a vital yet overvalued part of the process. Without the perspiration that turns an idea into the finished article, the creative process is inconclusive.
Key and tempo are the essentials. Colour of sound. Architecture of music.
The nuts and bolts of writing songs are things you learn about all the time.
As for the ideas and where they come from... maybe it's good that we don't know. Keeps us grateful when they grace us with their presence.
I Pull Emotion From A Beat. So I Go Through I Library Of Instrumentals Finding The One That Sets Me On Fire. Then I Write And About 30 mins Later I Have A Rough Copy Of The Song Done And My Lyrics Finished. I Then ReRecord Edit and Post.
I am a channelor. That is music comes through me - not from within me.
Ruben Nievas: "It is too complex to explain, but you can say that in all the orders of my work, the most important part is the motivation, that is what drive me to develop an idea of some new music, sound or sound program."
Emilia Ramunda: "I use to see, hear or feel some special moment in time or through time and space, then I imagine the way to put that in words: put my reaction to some specific moment/place/image/sound into words and sounds. They are not always the same way. Some times when I hear Ruben creating some new Idea, it brings me words, and there they are: the writings. About singing, my voice is in process, like everything is, but in that process I try to let the feelings and the music embrace the words and then I let them go through me, always using the vocal technique to make it sound as it should. Producing is something much more methodical, so it takes time and rethinking the ideas and how to make them come something possible to carry out. We propose the Idea, then we evaluate the means and needs to achieve it, contact the people who will work with us and then we start to work in each part of the idea."
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