Here Is How to Learn Arranging Songs in an Easy to Understand Step-by-Step Approach You’ve Always Wanted

 

“I’ll Show you the Exact Steps and

Specific Guidelines to Help you be

more Successful in Arranging

Songs!”

 

Here are four ways to get started:

1. Self-learning: Have a look at my blog posts. I divided them in to categories  so it is easier for you to find the topic you’re looking for. Besides the articles I also dedicated a section where you can download free musical materials.

Learn-it-yourself by Browsing through the Most Recent Articles

Use Free Notes, Scales and Chord Charts in the Materials Section

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Popular Songs in D Minor

 

Popular Songs in D Minor

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Music Games: Play some fun music games to improve your awareness of sound and become a better arranger.

Click this Link and Start Improving your Aural Skills!

 

Theta Online Music Games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Do-It-Yourself Projects: Make your own music with Soundation, an easy to use online music studio with recording, effects, virtual instruments and a large library of free loops and sounds.

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4.Music Products: If you’re a Musician who Likes to Learn Writing Songs from A to Z, here are Some Reliable Products which will Help you to Achieve your Goals.

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5 Comments

  • By Jack, November 4, 2013 @ 1:55 am

    I work with an ex-concert pianist who can arrange very advanced original and unique piano selections in two or three days. Is there a market for this kind of talent.
    Thank you

  • By Hans, November 4, 2013 @ 10:58 am

    Hi Jack,

    Off-line I would suggest contacting high-schools in your area and offer to arrange or re-arrange existing songs.
    On-line is harder, it depends on what kind of compositions your friend are arranging. Are these classical songs and re-
    arranged for small or large ensembles? May be one person who helps people to establish their online reputation in all kinds of musical styles
    and also offers a course about this is John Oszajca, he’s an experienced musician and his site is called “Music Blueprint Manifesto” (google it).

  • By yash joshi, December 13, 2013 @ 7:32 pm

    how to arrange rhythm insturments

  • By Hans, December 13, 2013 @ 9:41 pm

    Hi Yash,

    Yes, good question, in near the future I will publish this as a post or write it as an arranging tip. May be you could first check these 3 posts out. It’s not about rhythm instruments in particular but it does explain how to write for drums: 1. http://www.musicarrangerspage.com/1493/how-to-use-anticipation-in-music/ 2. http://www.musicarrangerspage.com/1616/how-to-write-for-harmonic-melodic-anticipation/ and 3. http://www.musicarrangerspage.com/1833/how-to-apply-anticipation-in-musical-styles/
    For now hang in there, cheers.

  • By Dennis, May 26, 2014 @ 10:39 pm

    simple arrangements for beginners
    latest sheet music

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