In this article, we will explore five essential music orchestration tips tailored for the world of musical theatre.
Recording music at home has become increasingly popular in recent years, thanks to the availability of affordable recording equipment and software.
Music notation software is an essential tool for composers, arrangers, and musicians.
Composing for musical theatre is a challenging task that requires a great deal of skill, talent, and creativity.
The first question I’ll ask you is, why do you need orchestrations right now? Have you staged your musical or had it performed in front of an audience? Has it been through a workshop and several readings with rewrites and revisions?
Here are tips for how to prepare your source materials for transcriptions. We geared these tips towards musical theatre but they can apply to all music mediums.
An integrated score takes both the script and the music contents and combines them into one document, so the music director doesn’t need to flip back and forth between script and score or guess what the dialogue is.
You've been hired as a music director for a local theatre company. They're doing Disney's "Beauty And The Beast", which is orchestrated for 19 pit musicians and a cast of 30+ performers.
Here are 5 reasons why hiring a music preparation service and committing your music to paper in the early stages of development are crucial.
Top 5 skills for successful musical theatre music directors. Along with the stage manager(s), music directors drive the train of a musical from the first note to the button of the exit music.