Post by Patty O'Furniture on Jan 8, 2016 6:15:34 GMT
talked to a job recruitment guy a couple days ago and he kept reiterating how my chances for this job werent that gud and there wasnt much else that i could say other than 'mhmm ok'
then he calls back today sayin that the company was interested anyway and then i had to do some awful skills and personality test and then i got a skype interview with him tomorrow and it feels so pointlesssssssssss
it feels easier to make the music and its feel first and add words that complement the feel, rather than reverse.
i imagine a lot of musicians create songs around a general idea, like create a melody that conveys the emotive aspect of the idea and lyrics that act as personal expression prob why lots celebrated musicians also have cool backstories, lots of feels and stories to go with them
that is such a weird question considering you can work on the lyrics or the way you sing them to fit better with the music you've written.
you don't have to obsess over the mood of the music you've written either. but yeah, almost every artist in interviews when asked 'what comes first when writing, the music or the lyrics' they always say the music, and that writing lyrics is the hard/agonizing part. I don't think there is really an answer to your question other than keep writing and rewriting until it sounds like you. that thing about bon iver is not that rare by the way, I know paul simon will occasionally do the same thing. he did that with mrs. robinson
the melody usually does come before lyrics in my experience, but now and then the music is written secondary to a pre-conceived lyrical theme. And I've often written lyrics to already made music and had to re-adjust the music to suit the words/mood of the song.
when it comes to rap, i've written plenty of lyrics before the music is even a thought. The only thing that's usually determined before the words is the tempo and the feel of what the beat might possibly be.
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