There is an unwritten rule that when you prepare for a recording session, the more time you spend in the pre-production stages, the better your output will be. The same goes for setting music.
The following points are not ideas for setting up or new information. Keep these in mind; Maybe one or more of these points is what your next music needs…
Changing the dynamic music between verse and chorus is one of the easiest and most natural ways to create more dynamism in music. For example, chorus usually has a louder sound than verse. Drummers can tap the snare for the verse part with a sidestick and get a full snare sound for the preference part. Guitarists can perform rhythm and strumming in the chorus section and arpeggio in the verse section; Keyboardists can also put more notes in each chord in the preferred section. There are many ways to make dynamic changes in music, most of which involve adding or changing the arrangement of different parts of the song.
If your music band is going to be more exciting and crowded than the verse section, adding more instruments to the band is one of the best things you can do. For example, if you have an electric guitar piece in the verse section, add another more distorted electric guitar in the verse section, or if you have a piano in the verse section, add the organ sound to the piano verse section. Percussion sounds can have a similar effect.
3- Instrumental parts
The rhythmic part of each piece is very important. If you can create non-contradictory and hemi-related parts for verse, preference, and other parts of your music, your arrangement will not only be more logical, but also more musical.
4- Step change
This point may have been abused for a long time, but if you want to give more energy to the music, a change of pace can help you a lot. A half-curtain modulation, or even a curtain after the solo part, or after the bridge section, or when the strap section is to be performed several times, can significantly increase the attractiveness of your piece.