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PostPosted: Wed January 18, 2023 5:56 pm 
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Ms Harmless wrote:
I've had a "yes" from Seren Books, based in Wales

https://www.serenbooks.com/

I'll be editing a new poetry chapbook with them this Summer, and if that does well, hopefully a second full collection after that

I'm over the moon


That sounds so rad. Congrats!

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Congrats

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thanks guys :)


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PostPosted: Wed January 18, 2023 10:58 pm 
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Ms Harmless wrote:
I've had a "yes" from Seren Books, based in Wales

https://www.serenbooks.com/

I'll be editing a new poetry chapbook with them this Summer, and if that does well, hopefully a second full collection after that

I'm over the moon

Yes!

So awesome.

Congrats, Ms H! :heartbeat:


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PostPosted: Thu January 19, 2023 8:35 pm 
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epilogue wrote:
Ms Harmless wrote:
I've had a "yes" from Seren Books, based in Wales

https://www.serenbooks.com/

I'll be editing a new poetry chapbook with them this Summer, and if that does well, hopefully a second full collection after that

I'm over the moon

Yes!

So awesome.

Congrats, Ms H! :heartbeat:


thank you epilogue :heartbeat:


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 Post subject: Re: Writing...
PostPosted: Wed February 22, 2023 7:55 pm 
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I just asked ChatGPT to write a complex chord progression in the styles of Elliott Smith, Radiohead, and Tool.

Here is a complex chord progression in the styles of Elliott Smith, Radiohead, and Tool:

Verse: Bm - G - Em - F#m
Pre-Chorus: Bm - A - Em - G - F#m - G
Chorus: C - G/B - Am7 - Em - Fmaj7 - G - C - G/B - Am7 - Em - Fmaj7 - G/B

This progression combines elements from the styles of all three artists, blending melancholic and introspective chords with intricate and dissonant arrangements. The verse starts with a brooding Bm chord, which is followed by the hopeful G, and then transitions to the introspective Em and F#m chords, which add to the progression.

The pre-chorus shifts to a more dissonant and experimental feel, featuring the Bm and A chords, which are then followed by the Em, G, F#m, and G chords, creating a tension that builds towards the chorus.

The chorus features a bright and soaring chord progression, starting with the C and G/B chords, and then transitioning to the Am7, Em, and Fmaj7 chords, which provide a contrast to the darker tones of the verse and pre-chorus. The chorus ends with a repeat of the C - G/B - Am7 - Em - Fmaj7 - G/B progression, which creates a sense of resolution and closure.

Overall, this chord progression combines elements of the introspective and melancholic style of Elliott Smith, the experimental and dissonant style of Radiohead, and the complex and dynamic style of Tool, resulting in a unique and challenging progression that can be a great foundation for creating a song with a wide range of emotional and musical depth.


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And lyrics

Verse 1 (Elliott Smith style):
I thought I knew myself, or so I believed
But now I'm lost and I'm not sure what to retrieve
I'm stumbling in the dark, searching for the light
Trying to find the path that leads me to my sight

Chorus (Radiohead style):
My heart beats fast, but I can't trust my mind
I'm searching for the love that I cannot find
I'm reaching out, but I'm grasping thin air
I'm falling down, and I can't seem to repair

Verse 2 (Tool style):
I thought I had it all, the strength and the pride
But now I'm filled with doubt, and it's hard to hide
I'm staring at my reflection, searching for the truth
But all I see is a stranger, with the eyes of my youth

Chorus (Radiohead style):
My heart beats fast, but I can't trust my mind
I'm searching for the love that I cannot find
I'm reaching out, but I'm grasping thin air
I'm falling down, and I can't seem to repair

Bridge (Tool style):
I'm digging deep, trying to find the light
But the darkness surrounds me, it's a constant fight
I need to love myself, but I'm filled with fear
Can I break the chains, and make the light appear?

Chorus (Radiohead style):
My heart beats fast, but I can't trust my mind
I'm searching for the love that I cannot find
I'm reaching out, but I'm grasping thin air
I'm falling down, and I can't seem to repair

Outro (Elliott Smith style):
I'll keep searching for the love, that I know is there
I'll keep looking in the mirror, till I see something fair
I'll find the strength within, and break free from the pain
I'll love myself for who I am, and I'll start to reign


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 Post subject: Re: Writing...
PostPosted: Sun February 26, 2023 3:38 am 
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That dang robot had clearly never listened to Elliott Smith. Or Radiohead.


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 Post subject: Re: Writing...
PostPosted: Sun February 26, 2023 3:43 am 
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I'm using some AI sites to make some music for a trailer I'm working on. No lyrics, but the gibberish sounds nice.

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PostPosted: Sun February 26, 2023 3:45 am 
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epilogue wrote:
That dang robot had clearly never listened to Elliott Smith. Or Radiohead.

I'd be careful what you say about the robots. You don't want to be on their bad side when the uprising happens.

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