Become Industry-Ready through Skill-Oriented Programs in Musicby Aaft Performing Art Aaft- School of performing art
Music production is the complex and vast process that
includes different technical and other inputs applied by skilled and
experienced experts & followed by fresh professionals. Aspirants enter the industry through
undergoing diploma or music
degree courses at one of the finest institutes, schools, or colleges across
Highlights to Learn the Essential Technical Aspects in Music Production
· First, aspirants have to make sure that Intro and Outro of your song are of appropriate length or bars. Like these days, generally Intros and Outros are of not more than 8bars in a song because if length goes beyond eight bars that will make it boring for listeners and then does not matter how many good or appealing parts you have in the song it will create a persona in listener’s mind and energy will go down.
· After Intro is completed, you have to make sure that whatever comes after Intro (generally lyrics) has a proper space for them. You shouldn’t start with heavy music or heavy beats right after intro because that will destroy the connectivity with lyrics and will only keep an engagement with music or based on listener’s taste, it might just turn into a loud noise or music. Therefore, once your intro is completed you should keep only chords or basic melody.
· Once you have lyrics introduced in your song it is recommended to bring out new elements in song like melody over chords or if you have started with drums then introduce chords after 4-8 bars. If your verse is not of proper 16bars then it is better to introduce your melody as well but with some effects going on in the background as it will break the monotony and keep your listener interested in your song.
· Once your verse is complete, there are many ways of introducing chorus in your song. It can be done either by using some effects like risers or any type of special sound effects in the song or by creating a bridge containing only music. However, you have to make sure that chorus is always much fuller and most highlighted part of the song because of chorus is lighter then music then there is no use of having a chorus.
· Overall arrangement has to be done in such a manner that every new element should be introduced after 4-8 bars in one particular part as it will break the monotony, introduce new element, and keep your listeners interested in your song.
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