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URL icon « on: August 02, 2018, 12:23:06 PM »

For those of you taking Rob Roper's "Generating Music Ideas" class at the 2018 Song School, you'll need to bring the following items to the class:

1.  Portable recorder for capturing ideas.  A cellphone with a voice recorder app (and on airplane mode) will do.
2.  Notebook and pencil and/or pen.
3.  Song School classbook with handouts for this class.
4.  Guitar or other instrument capable of playing chords.
5.  Water bottle

This will be a very hands-on class.  Most of the time you will be scattered about generating music ideas for songs and recording them.  You need a way to record them, or else you'll forget them, unless your memory is extraordinary.


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