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Music Theory

Written by: Amy Hornick
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Length: 6 hrs and 23 mins
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Becoming a successful songwriter takes equal parts inspiration, mechanics, and marketing. You need to know how to craft compelling songs and understand music theory and sell yourself in a competitive industry. Join Cliff Goldmacher in this course for an introduction to the major aspects of songwriting. He starts with breaking down what it means to be a songwriter and the skills you need to succeed. He reviews the fundamental concepts such as rhythm, harmony, melody, lyrics, and music notation. He then dives into the business side of music-topics like publishing, record labels, placement, copyright, music law, and contracts. Last but not least, Cliff reviews the various jobs available in songwriting, which range from staff songwriter for a record label to music supervisor for TV or film.

©2019 Amy Hornick (P)2019 Amy Hornick

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Wrong ebook description

The ebook and its description don't relate. I have bought the book thinking it was on music theory, it is not. I'm not sure what's wrong here, is it the wrong audio file with the wrong ebook picture or title ?

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  • shane jonson
  • 2019-09-11

No music theory

This is a journal of a musician and does not even mention music theory. The summary describes something completely different than what is in the book, different author and subject matter.

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