Arranging is one of those mystery topics within the music world, where we hear about it all the time, but only a few people really know what it is or why is it so important. Especially today it is a super relevant skill, because we have a surplus of singer/songwriters and producers out there, but arranging is usually a skill that both lack. For this reason, I want to shed some light about what arranging is and why is it so important.
One of the most vulnerable topics of being a musician, accidents. We musicians are typically stubborn, and since rejection is part of this business, we are masters of finding new ways to get where we want to get to! We are creative because we have to be in order to “get there”. In fact, some of the greatest guitar players had hand accidents in the past, yet developed their own techniques that led them to be the great guitar players that they became. Here are my three favorite who developed their own techniques after the accidents they experienced:
Do you have uncompleted songs in your notebook and countless voice memos on your phone? Welcome to the world of a songwriter, where we regularly jump from one idea to another and leave dozens behind without completing them. In this first post, I will focus on song forms and how they can help you complete your song ideas.
On these next couple of blog posts, I would like to explain you how I organized this tour and what are some things you need to do to organize your tour in the future, whether you are a musician, yoga teacher, an author or someone that needs to interact with their audience by traveling.