LyricStudio can be used to uncover a universe of amazing song idea – in fact, you can easily get so many ideas that there will not be enough time in a single lifetime to expand them all into songs.

Because it generates original, new ideas every time, you can think of LyricStudio as a massive universe of fresh song concepts. The trick is to find a corner of the universe that really speaks to you. The good news is that when you find one inspiring, you easily can find many, may more ideas that will fit your unique style just right.

Here are two ways to get started:

  1. Start a new song with a few of your favorite topics. Then, patiently ask LyricStudio to get you new suggestions using the “New Suggestions” button until something really speaks to you. Don’t forget to play with that “wackiness” slides – we recommend higher wackiness settings for this particular exercise.
  2. Another way to get started is to feed LyricStudio a line that you’ve written. You can pick an amazing line that you love from your own previous song – one that you wrote on your own, or a line from a LyricStudio song you made that really resonates with you.

Once you have a line that you absolutely love, allow LyricStudio to generate ideas based on that one line – over and over again. By generating based on a line that really speak to you, you are showing lyricStudio the direction in which you would like to go. It will then give you more ideas that really resonate with you.

When you find another line that you absolutely love, let LyricStudio generate new lines based on that, and so on. This process will create an ocean of fresh song ideas for you, that fit your style and creative preference just right. When you have a list of inspiring lines, store them for later. Remember, you can also always come back to this process if you need more inspiration!

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