Just let it flow and see what happens. We use it to build anticipation and excitement leading up to the chorus. The slower tempo makes the song feel less energetic and more groovy.
Consider using that pattern in your own chorus. You may need to raise or lower your verse melody or change the last line to get to your chorus smoothly. Do it in a way that moves listeners and keeps them involved and interested. Being able to create that feeling is the mark of a true pop artist.
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Is it too filtered and not present enough? Make it a catchy repeated synth lead instead. Step 5: Now apply it to the pop song structure Now we have all the ingredients to put this pop song together.
Step 3: Pick a tempo Another way to create different feelings in your song happens to coincide with our next step: choosing a tempo that is right for you.
Think about the feeling you want to leave your audience with. Unfortunately, inspiration does not usually come by order, and when it's convenient for you, it's important that you can remember every new song that comes to your mind, regardless of where you are at that moment.