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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

#Musicproduction: Tips For Songwriting Part 2 Of 5

Tips For Songwriting Part 2 Of 5

You may find that you'll require more direction than a designated daily writing session. One great exercise, object writing, is nicely described by Berklee College of Music songwriting teacher Pat Pattison in the book Writing Better Lyrics (Writer's Digest, 2010). In object writing, you decide on an object—sand, map, refrigerator, potato, you name it—and write for 10 minutes about any sense memories you keep company with it. Don't be worried about composing complete sentences, and try to engage as much senses that you can: not merely sight, smell, taste, feel, and sound, but organic sense (what's going on inside your body—like, nervous jitters or fatigue) and kinesthetic sense (which Pattison describes as your sense of relation to the entire world around you, like seasickness or drunkenness).

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#Photoshop: How to Create an Emotional Soft-Tone Photo Manipulation - Tutorial

Create this emotional blue-tone photo manipualtion of a woman in a forest with flying petals. This tutorial uses few resources and will show you how to use techniques such as dodging and burning to c…

#Photoshop: How to Create an Emotional Soft-Tone Photo Manipulation - Tutorial