Poll: What is the best order of pieces for an Audition DVD?
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View poll results: What is the best order of pieces for an Audition DVD?
Best pieces first
4 29%
Best Piece first and 2nd Best Last
2 14%
2nd Best First and Best Last
8 57%
Voters: 14.
#1
Im making an Audition DVD. What is the best order for the pieces?

Best
2nd Best
3rd Best
4th Best

or

2nd Best/Best
3rd Best
4th Best
Best/2ne Best (End on a strong note.)

Thanks a lot guys.
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#3
Put the best first deffinately. You don't want them to get bored after 30 seconds and not listen to your best pieces.
#4
I'd say put the best piece first. First impressions are what sticks, usually.

Good luck with the audition, by the way!
#5
Id design it like a setlist. Start with something strong, not your strongest, end with the strongest.
For 4 songs id go

2nd best
worst
2nd worst
Best
#6
Why are you giving out a demo with crap on it?

Edit: Perhaps that was a bit harsh. What I'm saying is that if you think you could do better, do better. If you must have "worse" ones, put the best first because people are unlikely to continue listening if they don't like it.
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#7
I have to agree with AlanHB. Your audition CD should contain nothing but your best work. Even if you start off with your second best and end with your best, you still have this crap donut in the middle.
#8
haha well its not really 'crap' its just not as mature as the other pieces are

Thanks guys
Quote by The Spoon
Unless you're sure she likes you, telling her you like her has a 110% chance of failing.

But hey, at least you have a 10% chance of absolutely guaranteeing failure.