3 Ways to Develop your Song's Character Using Internal Content Genres

Write a song that shows a meaningful transformation of your song's main character. Here's how you can do that.

June 16, 2022   |   0   |   Episode 030 Shownotes

3 Ways to Develop your Song's Character Using Internal Content Genres

Write a song that shows a meaningful transformation of your song's main character. Here's how you can do that.


Episode Overview:

[00:01:01] Stories are about change. But what kind?

[00:05:04] Internal Content Gerne - Definition

[00:07:44] The three Internal Genres

[00:08:53] Internal Genre: Status

[00:15:19] Internal Genre: Worldview

[00:19:29] Internal Genre: Morality

[00:24:28] Summary: Internal Content Genres


3 Ways to Develop your Song's Character Using Internal Content Genres

Episode 030



Would you like to write a song that shows a meaningful transformation of your song’s main character?

Do you want to tell your audience about someone who had to change a part of who they are to get what they actually needed?

Does it interest you not only to write lyrics about external challenges but also to discover how those external challenges affect and change a person internally?

Are you fascinated by character arcs because you wanna see how a person has started out at one point in their life and what circumstances led to becoming a different person?

In today’s bite-sized episode, we’ll talk about three different areas that are at your disposal to show a meaningful change in how your song’s character thinks, acts, or is perceived by others and themselves.

We’ll do that by looking at internal content genres. 

What that means? 

Well, you’re about to find out.

 

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