June’s TuneBooster is here.
In it, Dracula turns Dragula. We grab him from his coffin, haul his tuxedoed-booty up to the bright sunlit roof, hang a silver cross around his neck, stake him in the heart, and kick him off the parapet of our songwriting castle.
All to keep him from drinking your song pale white.
We’ll cover stuff like…
- Four blood thirsty words and phrases.
- Where you live might could suck some lifeblood from your song without you even knowing it.
- You’ll see how misbehaving kids and grilled meat could leave your listener scratching their heads.
- Your education might even become an issue.
- Why spendy words cheapen the value of your song.
- What about words like “Dragula?”
- We’ll take a humorous look at TMI… We’ll also see when it benefits a song.
- Why to not pull pedals off a Daisy saying… they believe me, they believe me not.
- What cookie cutter songs can do to a listener.
- When songwriting “Two for One” is like two vampires drinking off each other’s necks until they collapse your song to the ground white as a ghost.
- Road testing a new segment entitled, “Under the Scope.” We’ll take a look at a commercial song… see what works, what doesn’t and why.
• Another Booster Rules maxim. This time it’s “Slather your life with Vector.” Three reasons to deny tick-men and tick-women from even getting on you and what they’ll do if you let them.
- Your usual Skin in the Game and Solo Exercise assignments…
- Plus, your Object Writing Topics for the month.
And? If you’re reading this? May’s issue is… POOF… gone. Gettable like any other back issue.
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