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    Creating density in my songwritting

    I would like to ask question regarding "texture" in my songwriting.
    Lets say I have piano chord progression on my first track.
    What rules are you using to add more instrument layers to add density.
    The only technique I know and I am using is by playing notes from one scale only for all instruments.
    But I would like to learn some more advanced techniques.
    I know that there are songs which have notes from outside of the scale.
    Could you teach me some different approach/use of scales and notes when adding instrument layers.
    How would you call this task in musical jargon is it orchestration voicing???

    Thank You
    Last edited by ssyniu; 06-03-2016 at 03:08 PM.

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