How do you write a hook for middle school?

How do you write a hook for middle school?

How do you write a hook for middle school?

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How do you come up with a catchy melody?

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What is a good melody?

Listeners should be hearing certain melodic intervals, rhythms and other musical shapes repeating throughout the melody. Most good melodies are comprised of stepwise motion (i.e., move by scale steps), with occasional leaps. Melodies that are too leapy are often too difficult to sing.

What makes a melody happy?

While there are many ways to weave emotion into music, two of the simplest are tempo and key. Happy tunes mostly have fast tempos and major keys. Sad songs often have slow tempos and minor keys. Finding happy songs from the 1960s and ’70s was easy – The Beatles’ “She Loves You” has a fast tempo and a major key.

What makes a song depressing?

While songs that inspire the chills could sound happy or sad, and can arouse you or calm you down, songs that make you cry are usually more sad and calmer, with slower tempos and more minor and diminished chords, to evoke a more sedative, or reflective, mood.

How do you make happy chords?

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