• The Addiction Formula

  • A Holistic Approach to Writing Captivating, Memorable Hit Songs. With 317 Proven Commercial Techniques & 331 Examples
  • By: Friedemann Findeisen
  • Narrated by: Friedemann Findeisen
  • Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 10-30-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Author's Republic
  • 5.0 (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Discover the songwriting technique used in 97% of all hit songs
How to use subtle psychological triggers to captivate any audience.
Writing pop, rock, R&B, or hip-hop has never been easier or more fun.
Master the art of writing addicting songs
Music is a tough industry to break into. With production gear being affordable for the first time in history, it seems like everyone is making music these days. Getting noticed in the continuous stream of information that is the Internet seems almost impossible.
But: There is a technique designed specifically to captivate and hook an audience and with The Addiction Formula, you can learn it in a couple of hours. You will learn all about lyric-less storytelling, a technique used by the most successful songwriters of our time. If you've always wanted to know how to write songs that stick out and speak to a large audience, this is the book for you.
The songwriting book for a new generation of songwriters
The 60s are over! Songwriting today is a very different experience than it was when the Beatles were on the air. By combining arrangement, harmony, melody, rhythm, lyrics and production in one deviously simple technique it is the first songwriting book that speaks to an all-writing, all-producing DIY generation.
Includes over 317 techniques you will be able to use instantly
Part two of The Addiction Formula is almost like a dictionary of hit songwriting techniques. All the tools are hand-picked from hit songs of the past 30 years. But this book is far more than just a list of tips and tricks: The Addiction Formula also shows you how the techniques can be applied to your songs. It puts all of what you learn into perspective and shows you how they all fit together.
With 331 examples including songs by Rihanna, Katy Perry, Drake and Maroon 5
Are you sick and tired of being taught techniques based on some old country song you've never heard of? One of my guidelines for writing this book was to only include hit songs from the past 30 years.
Every single technique in The Addiction Formula is proven with one or more examples to show it in action and to help you learn it quickly and easy. I mean, hey, you get to learn by listening to the songs you listen to anyways! It's fun, quick, and practical.
©2015 Friedemann Findeisen (P)2017 Friedemann Findeisen
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By SeanThatGreat on 11-29-17

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This was amazing! Must read!!! It's entertaining but it also has practical ways for you to improve, that can be applied IMMEDIATELY. If you're serious about your craft, get this book.

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By Kai Ellis on 11-18-17

incredible

This book has changed my life. iTunes charts... ready or not... I'm coming for you!

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By Amazon Customer on 11-13-17

Brilliant! Buy this book.

Having listened to and read this book I can say I would recommend this to anyone interested in writing better songs (not just lyrics, but SONGs).
While the techniques shown and explained in this books are based around commercial pop music you can easily apply them to any genre (Infact I even hear them in theme songs) and that's not even the best bit.

The techniques are so widely used and work on the psychological programming of our brains to music that I really think this book could work forever.
For these techniques to become irrelevant everyone would suddenly need to stop listening to pop music so future generations wouldn't subconsciously learn to love the use of these techniques, and honestly I don't see that happening.

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