The Foundations of Arranging Music for Composers, Producers and SongwritersENROLL NOW
In language learning, there is a well known hack or trick to pushing through early stages much quicker than the 'average' learner and it’s to find the top 300 most used words or patterns in the language and to learn those first.
THIS is what we’re doing in this course.
The aim of this course is to help composers arrange more fluently at the piano by focusing on practicing the fundamental patterns of arrangement.
When you have this skill & knowledge of arranging patterns under your belt you can:
Performing musicians practice - all the time. That’s how they get better. But how do you practice if you’re a composer? Usually the advice is:
"write lots of music on the job and listen to new music all the time"
Both of these are absolutely true and probably the best bits of advice you can get. If you’re not already doing them, stop reading this and do that solidly for a week and see what happens!
However, my guess is that you’re already doing this, and it’s not answering all your questions. The thing is, most early stage composers get stuck when writing - quite a lot. And it’s really an issue of vocabulary.
How can we write without a basic vocabulary of patterns and how can we emulate what we’re listening to if we can’t understand it?
My hope is that at the end of this course you’ll have built up and continue to be building a powerful skillset at the piano and have a wealth of arranging principles on which to draw from. And my hope is that these two pillars will allow you to express your compositional ideas more fluently and more reliably.
I hope to see you on the inside!