You need to know only two elements to compose your own melody:
"3JCN notes", and "3JCN rests"
Set the tempo
Look at these following examples to know how to write 3jcn notes:
Each 3jcn note contains a first number (common octaves: 5,6,7), then a letter (note name must be: a,b,c,d,e,f,g), then another number (common duration: .25, .5, 1, 2, 3, 4)
There is a space between two notes.
Copy and paste one of the following 3jcn musical line samples into the big text box and click "Play Your Melody" button to hear it.
If you hear nothing, click "Refresh Your Melody" button and rewrite music again.
6c.5 6c.5 6d1 6c1 6f1 6e2 6c.5 6c.5 6d1 6c1 6g1 6f2 6c.5 6c.5 7c1 6a1 6f1 6e1 6d2 -6b.5 -6b.5 6a1 6f1 6g1 6f4
("Happy Birthday" Song contains notes only)
+6c1.5 6d.5 6b5 6d1 6g1 6b1 6a1.5 +6f.5 +6d4 6b1.5 6a.5 6g5 5b1 6e1 6g1 6f1.5 6d.5 5b4
("Only You and You Alone" Song contains notes only)
6g.5 6f.5 6f3 1 6a.5 6b.5 +7c.5 7d.5 7e.5 7f.5 7e.5 7d.5 7d3 1 7d.5 7d.5 7c.5 -6b.5 6a.5 6g.5 -6b1 6a.5 6a1.5
("Yesterday" Song contains notes and rests)
6a1/3 -6b1/3 6a1/3 7d2.5 6a.5 6g1/3 6a1/3 6g1/3 7d2.5 6g.5 6a2.5 6g.5 6g1/3 6f1/3 6e1/3 6f4 6a1/3 -6b1/3 6a1/3 7f2.5 6a.5 6g1/3 6a1/3 6g1/3 7e2.5 7d.5 7c2.5 -6b.5 -6b1/3 6a1/3 6g1/3 6a4
("Serenade" Song contains notes only)
7d3 +7c.5 6b.5 +6f3 6b.5 7d.5 +7c.5 7e7.5 7d.5 +7f2.5 7e.5 7d.5 +7c.5 7e3 +7c.5 +7c.5 6b6.5
("The last of Mohicans")
Let enter your song title and 3jcn music notes and rests into the big textbox below and click "Play Your Melody" button:
You can download your melody's audio file if you think it sounds good (chrome: click on three vertical dots). If not, click "Refresh Your Melody" button, compose again. Then you can import that audio file into music softwares (DAW) such as Steinberg Cubase, Ableton Live, Garageband, Cakewalk Sonar, FL Studio, Apple Logic Pro, Sony Acid, etc. for editing, recording, mixing and mastering the audio file.
Usually, people have to spend months or years to learn Western music theory in order to become a composer/songwriter. Because there are a lot of stuffs in Western music theory such as staff (stave), time signature, key signature, measure, vertical bar lines, bass clef, treble clef, tie, slur, dot, tuplets, etc.
Now, you just need five minutes to know 3JCN notes and rests, then you can start to write your own songs. You don't need to know Western theory to produce your songs!
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