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    dude quote htb. Don't point to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happyman View Post
    ^ sounds very cool. And you have awesome website!
    Thanks, Happyman. Insofar as I worked with the most talented, modest musicians -- composing was the ultimate in delegation, with each contributing no more or less than what a song needed -- that band was the most satisfying creative collaboration in which I've ever participated.

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    I came up with music and lyrics for a song once (came from a dream I had). The problem is that I don't know how to play a musical instrument. I still have the lyrics written down, and I know the tune in my head. Some day I need to actually get around to learning how to play something.
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    Yeah, I've written a ton of lyrics.
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    I'm good at writing lyrics, and I'm good at putting together music. I'm bad at combining the two. I've got a songwriting book on order from Amazon that should hopefully help me improve.
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    I'm a songwriter/musician
    I write/compose many different genres of music,
    and the instrumental ones can be heard here:
    Niki Wonoto on MySpace Music - Free Streaming MP3s, Pictures & Music Downloads
    and I'm currently writing for the epic-rock genre,
    acoustic-classical genre,
    and planning to write for electro-jazz genre.

    as for ideas, I often have a lot of them, even in daily basis, that it almost drove me crazy.
    the only problem is: I procrastinate a lot (yeah, INFP's usual problem..sigh) in ACTUALIZING it, because I can already 'see' the whole finished music in my head (full with all the arrangements, everything), and since i'm also a perfectionist, I often just felt very frustrated if it doesn't turn out like what I have in my head..

    I know that I need to keep pushing forward, to finish/complete each of my songs,
    otherwise, incomplete songs simply means INCOMPLETE, unfinished songs!

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    I started out as a singer/songwriter working primarily with the acoustic guitar and the piano. Now my music interests are pretty diverse, and I use Logic, Protools, and Reason to compose all sorts of music in my spare time. I'd say most of my music falls under the categories of soft rock, r&b, hip hop, melodic pop... I guess that covers 85% of my music haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icmlite View Post
    I started out as a singer/songwriter working primarily with the acoustic guitar and the piano. Now my music interests are pretty diverse, and I use Logic, Protools, and Reason to compose all sorts of music in my spare time. I'd say most of my music falls under the categories of soft rock, r&b, hip hop, melodic pop... I guess that covers 85% of my music haha.
    great
    for me, I'm using Cubase, and Reason.

    btw, you said "in your spare time" ,
    does that mean, you have a dayjob other than music (what is it btw?),
    and only treat music as a side-job, sort of?
    any consideration or factors, to not pursue music as a full-time career?..
    (seems to be the 'dilemma' , even for the most passionate-musicians/composers..sadly)
    thanks.

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    I've written lyrics but very few melodies.
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    Fools - Avery Dena(me)

    Paper tigers in your fist, and you hold them up with poems
    You got a fire, lanterns lit, but with no solid promises
    Masochism, pick and choose which way quickest to lose our wits
    Music from the other room, candles dim
    Watching the soft-soap evening news

    Just what hell do you know, to act so cold?
    Cuz in desperate times, we take the dirt road
    Do you even taste the words that you say?
    Cuz when you feed an ego, you starve for days

    Paper tigers in your fist, and you hold them up with poems
    You got a fire, lanterns lit, but with no solid promises
    Shadows crawling across the wall
    Because its night-time, its what they do

    Who are we, besides fools
    That run away from arms to run to?
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