1Set a drone note to B2 (the resonant frequency of the Earth transposed up 5 octaves).
2Write over the drone—allow it to sustain throughout the piece.
3Derive inspiration from a specific geographic location on Earth.
- Due Feb 26, 2023
- 18 Submissions
- Created by NCBC
1Pulling from any three songs on the all-time Billboard Year-End Chart, borrow a lyric from one…
2A melody from another…
3And the vibe from a third, to bring a new original song to life.
1Without being ironic, write in a genre you’ve never written in
2Address something new in your life
3Include a breakdown of some kind
1Start your song with a chorus.
2Take lyrical inspiration from the Jurassic Period.
3Include some kind of primitive percussion.