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I know what you mean. I started off like that as well
Have you tried working with a DAW. (A recording software that allows you to speed up and slow down the tempo of some music you might be trying to record so you can take your time and not feel pressured to get it right the first time or at the exactly the tempo you intend to have the play back at)
It helped me develop as both a lyricists to be able to complete a song I heard from bones in my head to a respectable demo.
If you have that natural talent to come up with a song in your head, this is probably the next step to develop that and become an even more well rounded musician. Now... I even dare to try and sing ;)
And if you have that original song you made for the funeral online, just post the link here or in the critique section :)
Originally posted by TamTamAmsterdam on Fri 20 Jan, 2017
Since you asked :)
Thanks for the advice. I don't even know what I have. I have lots of little disks sitting around that I have no idea what they do :) I have a small rectangular thingy that sits on top of a computer that my husband used for our family to make audio dramas. We haven't been able to even use that yet because we haven't had a chance to install the program on our new computer. Technology scares me more than I want to admit, & space is an issue as well. My husband wants a studio, but I said not until our son moves out. We need his room. :)
Originally posted by ShannonB on Fri 20 Jan, 2017
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