Processional Music Timing – please help

posted 2 years ago in Music
Post # 2
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

msfreemis:  This may be something to ask your dj?? We are doing 2 different songs but our dj is just fading them out/ in

Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

msfreemis:  Sorry- also this sounds pretty fast. Is there any way you can try it?

Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

The bridemaids won’t have any problems with that amount of time, but flower girls can be unpredictable. What if she gets shy and refuses to walk? Or takes her job scattering flowers very seriously and takes her time to do it right? I’ve seen both. Of course it depends on her age, and you know her, while I do not. Really, the only thing to do is test it, and then be flexible if it doesn’t go according to plan.

Post # 5
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Bumble bee

This is just one of the reasons why live music is really preferable to electronic music.

When you consider what you’re paying for other aspects of your wedding, the cost of real, living music is really not a major saving, especially since it will always be associated with the earliest moments of your ceremony.

Get thee to the closest college that has a music department, and you will find a live guitarist or violinistor keyboard player or harpist who will provide music unique to your setting for a reasonable price.

Trying to deal with electronic music is really a very second choice. While you will get compliments on live music, you will never hear anyone say “Wow, your iPad really sounded great for the Processional”.

Yes, I AM a wedding musician! 🙂 hope your ceremony is perfect!

 

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