So you've written an incredible song. What? Most songs call for upwards of fundamentally the original skeleton of voice and piano or guitar. But just how do you arrange if you are starting with one of these common commercially available? What do you add to the orchestration and where would you add this for the song?
Here we'll offer some ideas to help you generate a quality song arrangement, lending some insight on the elements that will assist your song, including sparsity and density, simplicity and complexity, extracurriculars like horns and strings, and finally how arrangement can change an audio lesson right journey.
A problem with amateur arranging is the impulse to allow every instrument sing out constantly, falling for the actual "more is much better" trap. That is probably false with regards to professional music. A better motto would be "you will find a right time and place for everything."
The ideas are simple, but executing them effectively as part of your own music in which you may turn to reduce perspective is indeed a challenge.