How do you create a seamless transition between different sections of a track?

I’ve been struggling with creating smooth transitions between different sections of my tracks. Whenever I try to change the melody or rhythm, it feels jarring and disrupts the flow of the song. I want to learn techniques and strategies for seamlessly transitioning between different sections so that my tracks sound cohesive and natural. I want to avoid the typical abrupt stops or crossfades, and instead, achieve a sense of continuity and fluidity in my music.

There are several techniques that can be used to create a seamless transition between different sections of a track. One common technique is to use a transitional element such as a riser, sweep, or impact sound to connect the two sections together. You can also try using a fill or drum fill to create a natural transition between two sections. Another approach is to use automation to gradually introduce or remove elements from the mix, such as gradually increasing the volume of a pad or bassline. Finally, you can try using effects such as reverb or delay to create a sense of space and continuity between different sections of the track. Experiment with different techniques and see what works best for your particular track.