Lyric and Rhyming Tools

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Lyric and Rhyming Tools

Post by jb » Mon Aug 19, 2019 10:50 am

https://muse.dillfrog.com/

Make sure you have some spare time if you go there, because it's deeeeep

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Re: Lyric and Rhyming Tools

Post by fluffy » Mon Aug 19, 2019 1:33 pm

Oh hey, isn’t that Plat’s site?
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Re: Lyric and Rhyming Tools

Post by Lunkhead » Mon Aug 19, 2019 1:36 pm

Yeah, wow, I haven't been there in a many years. Good stuff!
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Re: Lyric and Rhyming Tools

Post by Pigfarmer Jr » Tue Aug 20, 2019 7:17 am

Hey, he has a new tool there as well.. dang I wish I could access his site from work. I'll get the link tonight. It's pretty cool but in the early stages so the interface is whacky. But you put in a lyric or a line and it does nifty things. I've been giving him some feedback on it so it's being updated, but very slowly.

Also, there is a tab (or link) that says Storm and it's a slight variation of the rhyming tool that I've used and like.
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Re: Lyric and Rhyming Tools

Post by jb » Tue Aug 20, 2019 9:30 am

Yeah it pays to watch the video.
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Re: Lyric and Rhyming Tools

Post by Pigfarmer Jr » Tue Aug 20, 2019 3:43 pm

Here is the Storm Editor link: https://muse.dillfrog.com/storm/editor

If you right click a word it comes up with rhymes. If you hit the paintbrush it colorizes things. There are other nifty things that I've completely forgotten about but none of the controls are obvious. This might not be too useful, now that I think about it, but if anyone puts in a lyric (or list of words) and wants to click and see a list of rhymes it's an easy way to do that. I've thought about using the freewriting technique and combine it with this tool.

At any rate, I use storm a lot.
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Re: Lyric and Rhyming Tools

Post by Pigfarmer Jr » Tue Aug 20, 2019 3:45 pm

I'm being verbose, and I apologize. There is a help guide for Storm. Hit the wheel and then docs and it shows how you can get some internal rhymes and uses the stresses etc.,
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Re: Lyric and Rhyming Tools

Post by Plat » Tue Sep 03, 2019 4:18 pm

Thanks for spreading the word guys! Yep, that's my site. If you have questions or issues, feel free to message me or email me or whatever. I'm also happy to write up docs or video demos if you have questions about a feature.

Not a lot of people use Storm, but I think you'll find it helpful or insightful in the lyric writing process. In my spare time, I'm (slowly) working on more refinements and features (e.g. visualizers, multi-rhyme tools, and random generators) in prep for next February.
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