Polaroid, written by Imagine Dragons, is the final addition to my Portfolio of A Cappella Arrangements. While I am proud of all my arrangements, I have to say that this one takes the cake for me. My aims for Polaroid were to;
- Work with more male vocalists since I have arranged mostly for women in my others
- Work with more vocalists rather than my usual 5
- Create the arrangement through the use of counter melodies rather than chordal structures
I feel like I have achieved my goals for this arrangement, and more!
For 6 months I had this arrangement in my head before I heard it come to fruition in the recording studio, but I never dreamed it would sound like this. Please enjoy my A Cappella version of Polaroid!
Please take a moment to discover how I created this arrangement, and the process I undertook to bring it to completion.
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