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Produced in a wild array of music styles, the singing is mostly non-English, and diversely written in clear content, and original melodies and tunes. Press launch photos HERE. Twinky Lagdameo, COO of Music Nation and Camp Director, narrates how the camp started, the artists who have attended the camp and mostly about how life changing this experience is for these artists. Nakita namin noong first year, ang galing-galing! Twinky enumerated. Professional and veteran songwriters like Maestro Ryan equipped participants through lectures on publishing rights, managements and other things pertaining to the craft of songwriting and beyond.

C has mentioned that campers were ferried to camp in Dumaguete for free by Tao Corp. This year, the theme is to write an inspirational song or something that will spark people to take action all for the benefit and rehabilitation Yolanda survivors. They are united to introduce and promote this one of a kind record to the public.

Roundtable interview with press, IG photo by armimillare. Up Dharma Down has been sculpting music for more than a decade now, penning beats and performing hooks for everyone. She has a lot of stories to tell: her first time being one of the mentors in the camp, the great experience working on songs with relation to the recent typhoon along with her co-mentors, and the well-qualified campers. Quest: It shows the creativity of the Filipinos. Yung iba ngang campers have done their share in building OPM but still to be able to attend ng walang ere at walang pride.

We just learn from each other and make good music. Twinky: Because we had an objective to do something for Yolanda survivors, mentors have to take bigger roles in the camp.

Other than guiding them in writing the song, they actually are the ones who produced it. They gave the campers a different experience outside the camp, of what really happens when you collaborate. We also pushed the mentors of injecting their own style. This compilation really sounds different.

You know its Joey Ayala. I want the victims themselves naman to understand. What happened was, everybody was coming from everywhere pero walang lyrics na lumalabas. Others contribute through singing, lyric phrasing, delay a word or how to express the song which leads to another emotional level where it compensates to certain types of chords. Call to action kase ang nabunot naming theme. I asked them if they have any idea on how to start this. And I gave them a tip, usually when I want to write a song, I listen to the music first.

Isinulat nila tapos kami ni Jay namamangha lang. Mayroong minimal tweaks. And we came up with a line, if you saw the title of ours. To stand up! Yung mga nahihiya, tinanggal talaga namin. Like Clara Benin, very quiet and shy. But when she started singing?

You need to feel good about it. Kase kanta mo yan, I want you to feel good about what you make. Ang ganda ng process, for us it was quite natural. Pinakanta ko muna sila ng mga original songs nila para marinig ko yung bawat style. Nag-isip din kami ng positive at negative sides of being that metaphor.

Sobra akong na-amaze kase kaya nilang mag-freestyle. Bigyan mo sila ng theme, kahit ano kaya nilang sabihin about that theme. Ang lyrics sobrang sisiw lang sa kanila, yun na. Yung challenge kase is that may 6 different songwriters, all of them have ideas. Sanay silang magsulat ng kanta on their own. Tapos may magko-conflict ng verse, may uupo, may magsusulat ng sarili nyang section.

Natapos ng isang araw, minimal ang supervision. Generally songwriters have solitary features but medyo matigas ang ulo nila. When we came up with inspirational, hindi nila necessarily na na-sweep iyong topic ng song, may contraction din.

They know what they want. The deeper, expressive and more heartfelt the songs are the stronger impact to people and effect a change. Twinky presented us a documentary video of the happenings at the Elements Music Camp. Checkout here, video by MusicNation. For P you give, you get a CD representing your donation to rebuild infrastructures in Yolanda-hit areas. Look for Liz Lorenzo. Let this be a renewed and urgent appeal for solidarity and continuous support for the survivors of super typhoon Yolanda.

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