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Creating A Song From Scratch

Transcript: Creating A Song From Scratch Unfortunately, inspiration usually doesn't strike at the most convenient times, so it's important that you be able to remember each new song that pops into your head, no matter where you are. Carry a pen and paper with you wherever you go, or better yet, carry a tape recorder or digital audio recorder--melodies can be extremely difficult to capture on paper unless you have a strong music background. Make sure your music fits the story. If it is sad, then you may want your melody to evoke sadness (by slowing it down or adding some minor chords, for example) or you might want to add a twist and combine sad lyrics to upbeat music in order to create a sense of tension and ambiguity. A song can get by with poor lyrics, and you have a better chance of writing a really good song if your lyrics are great. This does not mean they have to be serious, but they should not be cliché. Write your lyrics as though you are talking to somebody who you want to impress or to someone toward whom you feel some sort of deep emotion. The hook is that important part of a great song that captures your very soul and makes you want to listen to that song over and over. Hooks are frequently found in the chorus and often become the title of the song. Sadly, there is no recipe for hooks, but you'll know when you have one. Better yet, your friends will tell you, because it is the part of a song they can not seem to get out of their head. Repetition is what makes a song catchy; repeated choruses, for example, stick in our heads even when the rest of a song does not. It is easy to ask people to join you in a refrain, which is why it is usually called a chorus. That’s why so many people know just a few lines of so many songs Play or sing your song for people and get their opinions. You’ll probably get a better idea of what they really think after you’ve written a few songs: friends and family may tell you that your first song is great even if it’s awful, but as they hear more of your songs, they’ll probably give you hints like, "It’s good, but I liked that first one you wrote better" or "Wow, that’s the best song you’ve written Keep writing and practicing, and you'll find yourself getting better and better. You may need to write a lot of songs before you hit on one you really like, and even after that, you may need to write a lot more before you get another good one. Work hard and have fun doing it! Conclusion You really want to be a famous star, don't you? You daydream about being on stage and hearing the roar of the crowd. Only trouble is, you're dreaming your life away. If you want to write a really good song, you're going to have to work for it. Start today. Commit to writing a certain number of songs per week, the way successful authors commit to writing a thousand words a day. is important Say something is important too is important Once you've finished your first song, don't stop You don't have to have a degree in music theory to write a good song, but you should have an understanding of how songs are built. This includes a basic understanding of harmony, melody, and rhythm. A beginner would want to look into basic major and minor keys and chords which pertain to the given key they are working in FIND A PRODUCER Get technical Stop thinking and Start DOING! Guide created by Kam Konoodi. A self proclaimed musician and producer. GO TO A STUDIO Listen actively to a lot of different types of music Set the mood Be ready when inspiration comes calling Look for the hook Get feedback Good writers read several genres of books. Good songwriters listen to genres of songs. As you listen, think about what you like about a song. Are the lyrics unique, do the song's chord changes perfectly capture a mood, do you like the transition from one part of the song to another? Strike a balance between repetition and variety

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Creating a Website from Scratch

Transcript: Creating a Website from Scratch I chose to create a shared hosting website because it is cost efficient and simple to set up. Step 3 The first step when creating a website is to pick an appropriate domain name My domain is Once you pick an available domain name, check for black listings or legal conflicts. Step 2 By Mitch Clay Conclusion Next you should decide if you need a Content Management System. With my research findings I have come to a decision that my site will need a CMS. Pros: Edit content without your website designer Format of content is uniform across website Allows different access permission for editing content. Puts the Website owner in control Cost $$$ In order to create a functioning site, you must make sure your get all the information needed. Also Make sure you have to correct information for the site you want to build. Here is what I would need to create this website: I would purchase an extra edge layout for my site, it allows me 15 pages, unlimited updates, and cost $50.00/month plus about $3,000 in developing fees. $4.95/month for Bluehost hosting. TOTAL COST: about $3,700 Cons: The cost of a CMS is considerable (from $25.00-$100.00/month) Development cost can be as little as $5,000 or as high as $25,000 depending how big the site. Code tends to be bloated and creates security holes. Design may be constrained by the CMS framework. If not used regularly, users may forget how to use their CMS. Step 1 What kind of Website do you want to create? Finding a hosting provider. There are a few hosting options such as: Shared hosting,Managed hosting, Online store, VPS hosting, Dedicated server, or cloud hosting. There are many different options when it comes to finding a hosting provider, but I chose to use a provider named Bluehost. Bluehost has plans starting at $4.95/month and the basic shared hosting plans come with: Unlimited Bandwidth Unlimited Disk space Unlimited file transfer Unlimited email A free domain registration DU Telemarketing

Creating a Chainmail Suit from Scratch

Transcript: Multiple timelines for both ep deadlines Adjusting these throughout , and choosing the most accurate one Kept a diray with short-term aims thought the project Production What I felt I achived from completing this project Source Evaluation What went well What I wanted to achive Scholary Skills - Harvard referencing Improved skills Better work ethic Research Make ring coiling maching Coil rings Cut, open and close rings Make sections Shape sections Goals and Aims Research Project Planning Study Habits Other Problems Evaluation What research I conducted. CoiIing In depth evaulations for five importanant sources. Mentally evalauted all my sources to ensure they were reliable. Finished Suit Did my suit work? Difficulty starting writing about new things Diary Example Problems Four Week Plan Add other decorations I enjoy creating things Due to the length I knew it would be a challenge I've wanted to try chainmail for a few years Chainmail features in my favorite films Loosley links to my uni plans - Engineering To learn how create a fitted chainmail suit from noting but wire Problems attaching chaimmail peices; the sleeves, shoulders, and neck. Drilling through a solid pole Manaquin wasnt strong enough Second batch of wire was worse quality. Coiling the wire was difficult. And more What I would change Time Management Steps Initial Gannt Charts IT Skills - Producing Gannt chart Better project management A nice artefact Production Problems Weaving By Harvey Hughes Add a trim to the suit Why I wanted to do it Time management Overcoming Problems Skills Development General Skills - Organisation etc My artefact Creating a Chainmail Suit from Scratch Final Improved Gannt Chart Email exchanges with a semi professional armourer Talked with relatives who had made chainmail 14 websites 3 book sections 4 pdf's An online interview Talking with a friend who had experiance Craft based skills - Chainmail etc Starting new documents Set-backs due to broken equipment What didnt go to plan. Make Suit a bit larger Was able to work more effectivly after starting a document. Found productive things to do while stuck. learnt the value of using promblem solving before other solutions. Imporved more when practically working Only works against the right weapons

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