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Unfortunately, as of 2007, Liftoff! is no longer maintaining the “Answers” section.  Please visit the many articles on our site or view past questions below!

 

 

 

Past Questions and Answers

 

Anonymous writes: “I have written a theme, how can I find ways to develop it into a full song?”  See Answer.

 

Godwin asks: “What exercises do I have to practice to develop my composing, arranging, and orchestration?”  See Answer.

 

Ari asks: “Is it true that there is no limit to composing a song?  I often find that when I compose a song it sounds somewhat like a familiar song which I happen to have heard somewhere.  It makes me think that since so many songs have been written our generation have very little to explore so is it true that there is limit to compose music?”  See Answer.

 

Anne asks: “Every song I ever tried composing turned out crap.  I tried to write a song with meaning but I can’t.  What is my problem?”  See Answer.

 

Wayne asks: “Why can’t I come up with good rhythm when playing piano or making a beat?”  See Answer.

 

Sarah asks: “Who are some famous composers for classical guitar?”  See Answer.

 

 

 

 

 

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