#1
Could someone please explain how to effectively utilize key and time signature changes? Whenever I try to work one into a song it just sounds abrupt or unfitting. Thanks.
#2
Dont force it. If you hear a key change in your head, put a key change in. If you hear a time sig change, change the time sig. Doing stuff just because you want to add complexity or something is not the way to go.
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#3
I agree with the above comment.


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#4
Key changes to the dominant or relative minor generally go the smoothest, but you can theoretically change to any key. Fiddle with secondary dominants and the cycle of fifths in each key if you're looking for a progression to link an A section and a B section that you have.