Arrange the rest of the song Remixing


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Arranging the rest of the song

We have spent most of our time so far working in a 16- to 24-bar section of the arrangement and now it's time to build out the remaining sections. The finished arrangement should not feel forced or edited, but natural. All sections need to make sense with one another, especially during the transitions. Radio arrangements have no wasted space, and if that means your arrangement is three minutes and twenty seconds, as opposed to three minutes and thirty seconds, that's fine. Don't get hung up on the length of time, but do keep in mind that most radio stations won't play songs over four minutes long.

My ideal time is somewhere between three minutes and twenty seconds and three minutes and forty-five seconds. Although you won't be able to follow along with me step by step, I will now provide you with an overview of how I build out a radio arrangement. (music playing) Let's spend the next few minutes taking a look at how I built out the radio arrangement.

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Arranging the rest of the song
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Arranging the rest of the song provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Remixing Techniques: Arranging and Song Form

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