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  1. If you’re talking about writing from scratch by yourself, break it down. What do you want to first? Melody? Or chord progression? Forget harmony until you have one of those things first. Even if you only have 8 bars of something, just get those first 8 bars to sound they way you want them to before you think about doing anything else. You said you write for piano and orchestra. Start with one instrument first (whoever one you want to have the melody first), and just hash out the basics. Then add everything else in. Usually once you figure out those next eight bars you at least have somewhere to go.

  2. Thank you for your answer, I appreciate it! It's most certainly helpful. I really need to set some time apart to analyse some scores. It really seems to be worth trying. I'll give it a shot, thank you again!

  3. You’re welcome! If you have no time it doesn’t even need to be a long piece. Look something up that’s two minutes and put it on in the background while your doing chores, walking from work to your car/transportation, etc. if you hear something you like, just make a note and look up the score later. Baby steps. You got this! :)

  4. Great idea! It always seemed quite a daunting task to me, but this helps. Thank you for your supportive message (⁠ ⁠╹⁠▽⁠╹⁠ ⁠)

  5. Surprised to see an LTS fan, there are like 6 of us, man. Been listening to them for the last 7-8 years, what an incredible band. TK is insane.

  6. I know right, it's insane. even though he plays like that there is still so much emotion.

  7. Note that music is sped up both video and music so dont be disheartened if you dont sound like it because they dont either. There are a lot of staccato riffs where they mute the strings quickly to create a stop/start-ish effect. Just seems like your basic indie riff. Youll be playing this in no time.

  8. with all due respect, I don't think it's sped up, if you watch his live performance it's the same tempo. but thank you for the other tips^^

  9. The solo starts around 3:20. I like because it's so unique and he is just an amazing guitar player.

  10. Toru Kitajima. His guitar skills are out of this world, and he sings at the same time. Enigmatic feeling is a good example.

  11. The telecaster is my personal favourite, because it's small and compact. And it just looks cool xD

  12. I want to finish writing and producing a full song. Also get better at playing songs from favourite band (凛として時雨)

  13. sometimes i just whistle or hum and anything that come up and i like what i just come up with i’ll add words to it

  14. You gotta listen to loads of music and alter them

  15. Audacity is not because it's just an audio editor. It doesn't have synth sounds you can play and write with. Try REAPER:

  16. I also recommend cakewalk by bandlqb for windows. it has lots of features and it comes with some good plugins, also its free! Goodluck with your music writing and have fun!

  17. I'd look into Math Rock. A lot of tropes from that genre find their way into his music.

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