“Jingle Bells”‘s introduction About this sound Play intro or About this sound full song Structure: Intro, Verse I, Chorus, Verse II, Chorus, Verse III, Chorus, Continue reading “SONG STRUCTURE (IN SUMMARY)”
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In the last post we looked at various ways to lay out a song; this post we’re going to explore a couple of different ways to colour up a Continue reading “A GUIDE TO SONG CONSTRUCTION & ARREANGEMENT PART 2”
ANATOMY OF A HIT: THE BEACH BOYS’ ‘GOOD VIBRATIONS’
Each month, I’ll take a look at the arrangement of a well-known record to see what makes it tick. To start with, let’s consider Continue reading “A GUIDE TO SONG CONSTRUCTION & ARRANGEMENT PART 1b”
Have listened to so many hiphop songs and have noticed that there are so many things that are to be put in place that are not, many errors in tracks and many mistakes, but because a music sounds nice and danceable makes people blind to those mistakes. Today we will be talking about pop song composing it to a marketable value. some tips to help you in composing them and progressions included for music producers would be uploaded today.
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Make sure your songs are not all in the same key. It may sound obvious, but it’s very easy to just stick with what’s easiest for you to write or sing in, and if you don’t keep an eye on this your songs could all end up sounding similar to each other.
Add extra professionalism to a song with sophisticated background vocal ideas. Don’t always slavishly imitate the lead vocal’s phrasing and timing. Try extending the end of the odd line in a harmony, then pick up with Continue reading “BE A PROFESSIONAL MUSIC ARTIST”
1. If you’ve already got a chord sequence you’re happy with for part of a song but are struggling with where to go next, try reversing the chord order of the part you already have and using it for the new part. It often works, but if it doesn’t, try reversing just a section of the chord sequence and repeating it. Also, try doubling the length of time for which each chord plays and see where that takes you. For a bit of variation, halving note values for a chorus creates the impression of an increase in tempo even if there isn’t one…
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Keeping the music different…
This is especially important in song arranging.
follow a repetitive structure (e.g. verse1/chorus/
etc.) it’s essential that we maintain interest by
approach to each verse. For example, verse 1
presented very simply by just guitar and vocal.
When verse 2
comes round, the arrangement could be much
alternatively you could write a counter-melody to
verse melody. If I am taking this approach, I
avoid using an
instrument in the same register as the vocal line.
E.g. go above it
with high strings or woodwinds, or maybe below
(say with a
cello). I nearly always make the second chorus
fuller than the
first one. A useful trick here is to add harmonies
to the vocal
melody on the second time round. This helps to
hook of the song and keep it feeling fresh….
*useful tips for producers* Continue reading “KEEPING THE MUSIC DIFFERENT”