Discover how the Art of Time Ensemble transformed Queen’s poignant hit “The Show Must Go On” from classic rock to a haunting, suspenseful classical piece.
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Discover how Simply Three transformed Avicii’s “Wake Me Up” from a summer dance hit into an equally energetic, beautifully-arranged string piece.
From dancefloor hit to evocative pop-punk anthem: explore how Swedish rock band Twenty One Two put their own spin on Zedd’s “Find You”.
Learn about the power of arrangement through a comparison of The Smiths’ original “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” and the cover by Teeth & Tongue.
Listen to the before and after of this Postmodern Jukebox cover of “All About That Bass” – then learn in detail what makes it tick.
All song writers experience writer’s block at some stage. Learn about the powerful technique of using “reference tracks” to break through your blocks.
Music is rich with harmonies. Learning to hear harmonies deepens your appreciation of music and helps you as a singer, composer, or any kind of musician.
Arranging for song writers can be intimidating but is a vital component to a song’s success. Discover the three elements to a musically effective arrangement.
The final tutorial in Songwriter’s Secrets guides you through how to arrange your song for maximum impact using re-mixes of Disney’s Let it Go as examples.
Every musicians struggles for inspiration now and then. Here are six time-tested ways to re-ignite your own musical creativity and get back on track in music.
There’s a big trap that most newbie music arrangers fall into. Discover what that is, and the secret solution to great musical arrangements in this article.
Hans Hansen of “The Music Arrangers Page” explains the listening skills and sound judgements that went into this arrangement of the jazz standard “Jordu”.