Writing music can be a very rewarding and creative process, but sometimes it can be overwhelming – especially if you're new to this, or you've been told that you're not good at songwriting!
When I was a kid, my piano teacher told my mom that I wasn't cut out for music. For years I listened to that false belief. Then my creativity was liberated when I started with the Native American flute.
I didn't know anything about music, but I came up with my own way of writing music and capturing melodies... and it worked!
That framework helped me write more than 100 songs.
With this e-book, you'll learn how to:
- Capture those short melodies so that you can repeat what you just played
- Arrange your song so that you aren’t mindlessly noodling
- Connect your story so you have the confidence to share your music
This is the secret sauce, and in this e-book, I'll show you the shortcuts to these exact tactics!
Creative endeavors require good tools. That's why I've created a toolkit for you. You'll find capturing tactics, arrangement strategies, blank NAF TAB sheets and a story sheet as part of this e-book to help you maximize your songwriting experience.
All 38 pages of this book have been formatted to 8.5" x 11" for ease of printing, should you decide to do so.
This book will be updated and expanded upon. When you purchase this e-book, you will automatically receive any digital updates made to it.
Note: This e-book will not be addressing how to write the notes on that staff. Instead, we are focusing solely on finger diagrams for now. If you already read Nakai TAB you are welcome to use that feature. I will be creating a course for learning the Nakai TAB system in the future!
This e-book is a developing product and is projected to become a physical book in late 2020. If you have feedback or suggestions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org