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  • Easy Edits To Make In Show Choir Arrangements
    No matter how great your arrangements are, there will inevitably come a time during the school year where things start to plateau, or even worse, start to get stale.  Knowing how to make useful changes and edits to the music is the key to getting through this and kicking your rehearsals back into gear.  Here […]
  • 100 Ways to Market, Advertise, and Promote Sheet Music
    This list is taken from Episode 5 of the podcast Selling Sheet Music. NUMBER 1. Create a webpage that will serve as the main hub for all your music. NUMBER 2.  Make a thorough product page for each title you’re selling. NUMBER 3. Research the key words for your niche to optimize product descriptions and […]
  • Selling Sheet Music Podcast, Ep. 5: 100 Ways to Market, Advertise, and Promote Sheet Music
    NUMBER ONE. Create a webpage that will serve as the main hub for all your music. This is important for a couple of reasons. The most obvious is if everything is under one link, it’s easier to share, but also with all of your titles in one place, you have an easier time setting up […]
  • Selling Sheet Music Podcast, Ep 4: Getting the Most Out of ArrangeMe: Interview With Hal Leonard’s Scott Harris
    Garrett: Well, why don’t we start by you just giving quickly an overview of the ArrangeMe program and all of the different brands and the different websites that are involved. Scott: Yeah, absolutely, Garrett.  ArrangeMe is the self-publishing platform owned and operated by Hal Leonard. We are an aggregator. You can’t buy anything from ArrangeMe […]
  • Tennessee ACDA Summer Conference 2022
    I was honored to be asked to speak at the Tennessee ACDA Summer Conference about Teaching Arranging in the Choral Classroom.  Participants can download copies of the presentation materials using the form below: