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B.o.B. Songwriting Thoughts & Tips at BMI’s “How I Wrote That Song” Panel

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B.o.B. Songwriting Thoughts & Tips

As a pre-GRAMMY event, BMI presented “How I Wrote That Song”, on February 9, 2013 at The Roxy in West Hollywood. The panel featured GRAMMY-nominated hip-hop icon Snoop Dogg, GRAMMY-nominated songwriter/artist B.o.B., GRAMMY-nominated hip-hop icon Busta Rhymes, GRAMMY-winning songwriter Evan Bogart, and mega-hit songwriter Luke Laird.

Broadcast Music, Inc.® (BMI®), a global leader in music rights management, is an American performing rights organization that represents more than 550,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers in all genres of music and more than 7.5 million musical works. BMI has represented the most popular and beloved music from around the world for more than 70 years. The company provides licenses for businesses that perform music, and distributes the fees it generates as royalties to the musical creators and copyright owners it represents.
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In this video I give several suggestions on how to write an awesome heavy metal song on guitar!

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your the best, learn crazy train from watching your detailed videos?

Change the tuning to something a bit more appropriate for your title, HEAVY METAL is usually anywhere from A to C, sometimes even drop C, which is a little high but I have never heard heavy metal in E, seriously.?

hey bobby, this is a really awesome video and was very helpful. ive been trying to write for a while, but i lose cool riffs that i come up with. can you give me a couple tips to avoid forgetting/losing cool riffs??

this helped with rhythm patterns ?

Jesus dude… U play the guitar like its nothing… How is it possible to be that good? I've been stuck at the beginner level for years?

create tension? A guitar has tension constantly.thats kind of how a guitar works O_o.

Because it's creat tension….

Its very possible for two bands working in the same genre to end up writing riffs, chord progressions and/or melodies that "rip off" each other. Its generally unintentional but it reveals, in my opinion, a need for the riff writer to search deeper, to find their own original voice. Its these originals that we enshrine as the greats.

Coming up with riffs and melodies isn't a problem for me. It's rather easy for me to come up with riffs with the guitar in my hand. Problem is, though, that I find my tunes too generic and very similar to other bands. I can't actually pinpoint which song it sounds like but it just doesn't sound original to me. Is there a possibility that two persons could compose exactly identical tunes as there is only a few notes to work with? Would unintentional plagiarism occur?

It is one – it's the Alexi 200 😀

the tri tone was once referred to as "the devil's notes". believed to evoke the devil…..or some shit like that.

This is why you're the best bobby!

…..because it was created by my mother-in-law.

Why was the tri tone considered evil?