Here is a tip just to get the ball rolling with music writing. This is not intended for you to write music to release.
Whenever you stop doing something (writing music, arranging, letting the creative juices flow, etc.) it can be difficult to get back into the swing of the activity.
So, you will need to start with baby-steps before doing it own you own – letting your music walk on two feet again.
One way to achieve baby steps is to take a musical logo or jingle from your favorite product and try rewriting it. Or take a favorite tune and rewrite it. See how close you can come to the original without sounding like a pirated or infringed work.
NOTE: infringing copyright, plagiarism, and stealing ideas are wrong. More important, I never advise anyone to do it.
However, trying to copy a song AND NEVER RELEASING IT – can help get the momentum and writing again. To repeat: try to get as close to the original in your rewrite without making it sound like a carbon copy.
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