Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I get the arrangement once I have paid for it?
Once payment has been processed, the arrangement will be sent in PDF format to the email address you have provided as your contact email.
2. Where can I perform the arrangement?
You can perform our arrangements anywhere. If you perform our arrangements in concerts where admission fees are collected, you are required to notify The Arrange Exchange so that ASCAP may also be notified. Also, when any arrangement is performed in concerts where admission fees are collected, the original artist must be credited, as well as the name of the arranger.
3. What do I need to have in order to use this service?
In order to receive our arrangements, you need to have a PayPal account and a program that reads PDF's. You may also receive example recordings of the arrangements, and will need adequate software to play MP3's in that case.
4. How much does it cost?
Each arranger sets his or her own prices. If a song does not have a price listed, then The Arrange Exchange Web Master will provide this information to you upon receiving an inquiry about a specific song.
5. What if I don't see the song I want on the list?
There are arrangers working with The Arrange Exchange who take requests for specific arrangements. Email any song request to The Arrange Exchange and we will hook you up with the perfect arranger for you.
6. Can I make a studio recording of an arrangement?
Yes. You must notify The Arrange Exchange of your intentions at least 60 days prior to your release date in order for proper paperwork filing to be completed with Harry Fox, Inc. The Arrange Exchange also interfaces with recording studios and labels who do their filing in house.
7. Can an arrangement be transposed?
Some can, and some cannot. Include any requests of this nature in your written request for an arrangement.