Careers in Contemporary Writing and Production
ArrangerAn arranger is responsible of to provide musical arrangements of a song or musical composition for an orchestra, artist, band or other ensemble. The arranger determines the tempo, harmonic structure, voice, rhythm, instrument and other aspects of a song or composition, based on the producer, artist or conductor's explanations.
ProducerNormally a produce work mainly recording acts and record labels to produce records and also work with composers and produce sound recordings for TV, film & other forms of multimedia too.
OrchestratorUsually an orchestrator is responsible for transfer music from one voice or instrument to another in order to accommodate a group or particular musician, and writing scores for an individual instrumentalist(s), choral group, vocalist(s), band or orchestra.
ComposerA composer is responsible to create instrumental parts, either to stand-alone or to be combined with lyrics. Also they may compose for a specific circumstance such as film composers who compose music to create films or videos.
Film Scorer/ComposerA film scorer/composer is responsible of to accompany with music to a film or television.
Generally the principal role of a film composer is to facilitate the orchestral dramatic underscore, and only more recently has the plain soundtrack begun to stand on its own.
Jingle WriterA jingle writer is responsible of writing music for television and radio commercials. The jingle writer are responsible also for representing their client musically as directed.
SongwriterA songwriter is responsible of to write music and lyrics. A songwriter can work with a publishing company or a freelance songwriter and also can produce their own songs.
TranscriberA adapter notates musical performances of a score from a recorded functioning.
CopyistA copyist is responsible of transfers musical fragment from a score on individual fragment. This person must have strong notation & replacement skills, training in music theory.
ConductorAlso a conductor must have a strong ability on an instrument (recommendable piano), be able to sight read, and have a solid period personality.