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"The Sing-Off"'s Robert Dietz: Mid-Season Arranging Magic

In the middle of a Sing-Off run, the main challenge is always about figuring out new ways to show off a group’s talent, or finding new contexts in which to display talents they’ve already featureimage: 

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Robert Dietz: "Sing-Off" Arranging Tricks Of The Trade

Whenever I talk to people about The Sing-Off who are in the know about a cappella, one question invariably arises: “so how much of the arranging does the music team actually do?” The answe featureimage: 

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Arranging: Creating An Emotional Arc

When I was in seventh grade I joined the track team.  I have no idea why – I’m not especially fast, nor do I really like running.  In fact, I dislike running so much that I’ve tried some featureimage: 

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Robert Dietz Blog: Album Vision

In one of my very first columns [http://www.casa.org/content/robert-dietz-you-need-producer] I talked about getting a produc featureimage: 

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Creative Soloing

I review about 25 albums for RARB each year, so if you approximate about 12 tracks per album, that means I’m listening critically to somewhere in the ballpark of 300 featureimage: