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Writing from a chord progression/groove

Writing from a chord progression/groove: Write Think and Act Like a Professional Songwriter
Writing from a chord progression/groove: Write Think and Act Like a Professional Songwriter

When writing from a chord progression or groove, industry pro Cliff Goldmacher recommends paying close attention to melody and lyric as well. In this online songwriting video, Cliff agrees that a great chord progression and groove can capture your listener's attention and get them into the song. However, in most genres, a groove or chord progression doesn't count as part of the copyright. Only the melody and lyric are considered the actual song.

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