How I arranged a song using only my iPhone
I recently arranged a song sitting at my keyboard and realised afterwards that I had only used the resources available to me on my iPhone (which I was holding at the time!).
Using a small number of apps on my phone, I worked out lyrics, chords, song form and did a recording of the arrangement.
I recently arranged a song sitting at my keyboard and realised afterwards that I had only used the resources available to me on my iPhone (which I was holding at the time!). Using a small number of apps on my phone, I worked out lyrics, chords, song form and did a recording of the arrangement. In this episode I’ll talk about the methods I used in the “olden days” and how I manage to speed up the process with the technology available now.
Resources and links mentioned in this episode
- A-Z Lyrics
- Sheet music at musicnotes.com or sheetmusicdirect.com
- Loopy app for iPhone or iPad
- Ultimate Guitar TAB and Chords app for iOS or Android
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