1. Jamming out. This might be just about the most fun approaches to write an audio lesson. If the band is excellent at improvising then this will probably come most basic. Get your music players together to get a jam session. Ensure you have a recorder so you can remember what you really are all playing at the moment you understand you've got some song material. This process might take a while but is often quite rewarding since every band member gets to put in their very own creativity completely quickly. In case you are writing an entire song, you'll probably want a minimum of 2 various parts otherwise 3 parts to your composition. After you have come up with one part, begin with another jam to create a different part. You'll usually see the other parts come easier since they're now base off another part.
2. Keep to the lead. In every band, there is certainly at least one member who produces some solid ideas or even two. In case there are three, that's better still. It may be a guitarist or keyboardist who comes in using a riff or two, or even a bassist who is available in with some groovy basslines. It might be a drummer (although I've come across the second more frequently) who brings some really nice drum patterns and changes for the table. When a member has a part or parts with a song, it's helpful to jam in the market to it and possess the others write their parts around that theme or groove. This can be a bit easier compared to the jamming out method because there is already something solid to groove on.
3. Overdubbing. This is another method I have seen used. I've used this technique too. The entire process of this usually gets underway with some general improvised and is produced ground-up. For example, the first part from the writing process will contain merely a drum and bass groove. Following your rhythm section has been established, a guitarist can play and record to the rhythm track. Following the guitarist, the keyboardist will jump on and record his groove into the track and so on. This can be similar to the last method nevertheless it allows each musician more time to consider as the parts ahead of his are now being laid down. This obviously is most effective when all members of this rock band have been in the studio together and the overdubbing process happens on the span of a few hours.