Trent Reznor’s “Ghosts” – An Addition to An Earlier Post

In an earlier post, I mentioned how if you consider themes with your music, you’ll dramatically improve the quality of your music. It doesn’t matter if you play like a two-year-old or a seasoned veteran.

 

Well, I’ve started listening to Trent Reznor’s Ghosts Album again lately. I used to not really care about this album until recently, due to my sudden (and rather extreme) interest in music and music publishing.

Trent Reznor says that following (which proves my point on themes):

“This collection of music is the result of working from a very visual perspective – dressing imagined locations and scenarios with sound and texture; a soundtrack for daydreams. I’m very pleased with the result…”

Ghost’s Home

It really transformed how I looked at his music when I noticed the corresponding slideshow as I listened to his music.

 

Consider “dressing” a scene or plot with your music. Then let me know how it changes your music.

 

 

P.S.  I commit to posting my first song within the next 30 days of this post.