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Beanie Brony

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So, I wrote these three songs a long while back, and I still wasn't able to make them work out. I know how I want these songs to go, but I don't know how to play the instruments needed. Can anyone help me?

 

P.S. Instruments needed. Drums, 1 bass guitar, 1 1st guitar, 1 2nd guitar.

 

P.P.S. Links to the songs: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eUAaq4joE6of8ruiPbYMAB0WE4qfrrFDlDK_ebh-VDY/edit#heading=h.m7oc8xi3dztv

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/11G8hOPe3bqDXvGzLRl9EnHY0kRYFSRwoNRzfDCVHNuM/edit#heading=h.sxs2oavbbeay

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/12yAA4VcG8PpJwHkEu5gjnwgUwV9MMlpHzl3I0yrJTks/edit#heading=h.abw9d462oq0c

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If you know how to write music, then you can simply compose a mockup as a MIDI or Guitar Pro file, which might be like this (assuming you have not already done it):

* Drums - Standard Drumkit

* Bass - Fingered or Picked Bass

* Acoustic guitar(s) - Steel or Nylon

* Electric guitars(s) - Distorted for rhythm and Overdriven for lead

* Lyrics - probably a synth sound

 

Writing a MIDI preview is helpful for knowing how the full song will sound.  Then the music can be performed and/or programmed with real instruments.

 

You could have someone else perform/program it since you cannot play the instruments yourself.  But first, write the rest of the songs besides the lyrics.

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