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I would first try to learn what features a "good" melody has or at least types of features make a melody sound like you want it to. There is a free PDF book here that's pretty good: https://ia902605.us.archive.org/16/items/exercisesinmelo00goetgoog/exercisesinmelo00goetgoog.pdf Goetschius does give one a basis for writing melodies. Then I'd analyze lots of ...



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