Do re mi fa so la ti do! I say “solfege” and you think I’m crazy. If you wonder if I have lost it, hang on tight, and you
see if that’s the case. (whimsical music) Hey, friends, I’m Anthur from
the Music Nerd Revolution. I wanna compose a song using the solfege. And if you’re new here, welcome. Consider subscribing, and
ring the notification bell. Then you will get notified when I upload new songwriting skills. We have learned the C major scale, and I will put my learning into test and write a song with it. We start with the chorus. And I will have help with this solfege that will be my lyric base. I will use only four chords. -That is C.
-(guitar plays) G. A minor. And F. I will use only eight notes, do re mi fa so la ti do. At the end of the episode,
you will see if I make it. A tip when you’re writing a chorus is to have as many root notes possible. The root note in C major scale is C. If I just play along
in the backing track… (upbeat rock) First I record my melody and sing solfege. Solfe-fe-fege-fege-fe-fe. (upbeat rock) ♪ Do do do ♪ ♪ Do do do do re mi ♪ ♪ Re re re ♪ ♪ Re re re mi fa ♪ ♪ Mi mi do ♪ ♪ Mi mi mi re do ♪ ♪ La ♪ ♪ Do do do ♪ ♪ Do do do re mi ♪ ♪ Re re re ♪ ♪ Re re re mi fa ♪ ♪ Mi mi do ♪ ♪ Mi mi mi re do ♪ ♪ La ♪ The link to the backing
track is in the description. If you wanna learn more about songwriting and develop your skills,
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great songwriting time!