Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'riff development'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Welcome
    • How This Place Works
    • Q&A about the forums
    • General Music Conversation
  • Feedback Area
    • Lyrics Feedback
    • Songs (incl Instrumentals) Feedback
    • Music Video Feedback
  • Contests
    • Lyric Contests
    • Song Contests
    • Other Contests
  • Songcrafting and Collaborating
    • Songcrafting Discussions
    • Music Theory and Melody
    • Songs In Development/Collabs
  • General Creativity Area
    • Artist's Showcase (share your stuff if you don't need feedback)
    • Creativity Games & Challenges
    • Songwriting Prompts and Exercises
  • Performing, Recording and the Industry
    • Live Performance
    • Recording Tips & Technical Questions
    • Music Video Production
    • Show Us Your Gear!
    • DIY Publishing and The Music Business
  • Self-Promotion, Advertisements and Off-Topic Discussions
    • Self Promotion & Advertisements
    • Off Topic Discussions
    • Muse's Muse Memorabilia
  • Private Forums

Blogs

  • Alistair's Blog
  • Suggestions Box
  • Sound Design & Production -- For Music and Madness
  • Nuances of a Song
  • Lazz
  • "Tips & Tidbits" (Tom Hoffman)
  • How on Earth ...?
  • UNITED BY RHYMES WRITTENS
  • Issues with Song Writing
  • MusicTales.club
  • What are you listening to?
  • What Film are you watching or the last one you watched?
  • Barefoot Gal’s Lyrics
  • Nectar's Musical Diary
  • D's Stuff

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Website URL


Music Page


Blog


Facebook


Twitter


YouTube


Skype


Location


Interests


Lyricist, Composer or Both?


Musical Influences?

Found 1 result

  1. I really like it when an artist explains in detail the mechanics of their own way of working out a song, as different ideas can often get me out of a rut or take me in a different direction with my own small efforts.... Found this on youtube recently for Ed Sheeran's monster hit "Shape Of You" - actually a collaboration (interesting to see that in itself) between Ed, Johnny and Steve. Loads of good stuff, for me anyway, showing the development of a whole song from the first 10sec riff idea shown to Ed, to seeing how it's layered to keep the repeated riff from becoming boring; whenever that's in danger of happening, they add or remove rhythmic sounds or strip it right back or even add pauses. The song itself is probably not too every muser's taste - however the process they go through is, imho, instructive. Does this process chime with anyone else? - or perhaps it may give you ideas for song development for your own stuff... Andy
×