Posts Tagged song arranging
You can count on Lady Antebellum to join the fun with our friend, the 6 min, 4, 1, 5 (okay, inverted 5 over 7) progression.
Are you seeing a trend here??
Or a rut?
I’ll have some new modulation examples next time!
So I’ve mentioned the dilemma (or challenge) of the double chorus at the end in a previous post.
Here’s a current example that works when you have two distinctly different lyrics in chorus 1, and 2. It’s used deftly in the Blake Shelton single “Honey Bee”, written by Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip.
After verse 3, chorus 3 kicks in with the lyric from chorus 1, with chorus 4 using the lyric from chorus 2.
Nice work guys!
Count this as another tool in your belt of song arranging!
Yes, my plans for world domination have been thwarted once again by me not being allowed to embed the video on this blog post! ARGGGHHHH!