Music Theory for the Modern Rockin' Metalhead: Write Better Songs, Right Now!

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Jan 21, 2009 - Music - 206 pages
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WHY AREN'T YOUR SONGS BEING RECOGNIZED? Music Theory For The Modern Rockin' Metalhead provides today's rock and rollers with straightforward and simple methods that will help them write better songs practically overnight. The music business has never been more competitive than it is today. With tens of millions of bands around the world competing for attention, only those who have a solid understanding of music will rise to the top. Written by Shattersphere frontman and award winning songwriter Kyle Morrison Lovely, this book delivers what musicians really need to know in order to make their songs stand out in today's highly competitive market. If you haven't achieved the level of recognition you desire, you need this book!

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Achieving your dreams in the music business isn't easy when you start off with no money, no inside connections, and nothing but a wild dream. Despite the odds and lack of support from some of the closest people to him, Kyle Morrison Lovely let nothing stand in the way of his dreams of becoming a professional musician. Kyle dared to dream big, and ultimately win big in the music business.Kyle co-founded the band Shattersphere in early 2002; and the band released their debut album through The Orchard in 2004 to much critical acclaim. Since then, the band went on to release more albums, appear on numerous compilations, win songwriting awards, tour with some of the nations biggest acts (such as Alice In Chains, Buckcherry, Mudvayne, Atreyu, Hinder, Lostprophets, and more), license music to MTV, write the theme song for a video game, and appear in an online reality show. Shattersphere became one of the biggest self-made acts in history. In 2007, Kyle sang the original version of the Extreme Championship Wrestling Theme song titled "Don't Question My Heart" for the WWE.He graduated Cum Laude (with honors) from The University of New Haven, earning a B.A. in Music and Sound Recording. Kyle focused on classical music theory and performance in order to propel his band Shattersphere to new heights. A master of composition, arrangement, theory; Kyle's ability to create entire compositions without using instruments has been vital to his success as a music professional. He taught music privately for four years to students as young as 3 years old. Kyle's unique and simplified approach to instructing music has helped people form all walks of life understand the complexities of music.Kyle's message is to simply follow your dreams and let nothing stand in your way. He enjoys helping people from around the world move closer to realizing their dreams in the music business. Today, Kyle is an active musician, author, mentor, and coach. He lists video games, reading, and working out as some of his favorite past times and interests. Never satisfied with mediocrity, Kyle continues to set new goals for himself, while helping other people realize their own.

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