Playing with song arrangements has to be one of the most invigorating parts of making music.
Sure, sorting out when a chorus or verse should come in might sometimes feel like solving a rubik’s cube. But when you nail that combination of sounds and sections, that moment is magical 🙂
Nowadays just about everyone is writing and composing on a computer. So it’s massively important that your DAW makes it easy to arrange and rearrange your music as you’re writing.
Logic has come a long, long way for songwriting and producing. There are so many ways to get your ideas down now.
And today I’d like to hone in on 5 mega helpful arrangement features in Logic Pro:
- Features that allow you to move entire sections of your song with a single click and drag.
- Tools that let you remove or add sections effortlessly.
- Functions that let you record different ideas and then easily listen to each one.
- Transport options that lets you skip over sections to try out different arrangements.
- An entire section of Logic that can be a sketch pad for dreaming up completely different song structures.
The songwriting tool kit in Logic Pro is immense. And when you tie these features into your workflow, there’s honestly nothing you can’t accomplish!