Tag Archives: arranging

Transitions between songs

Every year, I like to give you guys a project to work on throughout the year and today, I want to introduce this year’s project: transitions between songs when doing congregational accompaniment (or similar situations). The video below gives you a three step process for learning how to modulate as well as how to adjust your […]

Critiquing “Fairest Lord Jesus”

As I mentioned in my last post, I was at the Composers Symposium last week meeting with other writers and publishers. One of the big things we did was introduce our music to each other and get publisher feedback. In the room were decision makers for Hal Leonard, Lorenz, Fred Bock and probably other publishers […]

Danny Crawford interview on licks (Part 4)

If you want to watch the earlier parts of this interview, here they are: Part 1 (Danny’s bio and how he got into professional studio work) Part 2 (How the studio music process works) Part 3 (Charting) In this last portion of the interview, Danny discusses licks (what I often call fills). I actually get […]