Microphone [mahy-kruh-fohn], n.: 1. An electrical device. 2. A tool of the entertainment trade. 3. A status symbol originating in the twentieth-century. Yet, for many who desperately rely upon them, we’d have to add another definition: a mystery.
Archive for November, 2008
The game inside your head may be the most important one to master…
When you have problems with your voice, sometimes folk wisdom and the advice of friends will not do. It may be time to become a detective, looking more deeply into vocal health than you ever have before.
There is a great career to be had as a gigging singer—but why do some singers get more work than others? One of the UK’s top session singers, Kim Chandler, explains the secrets of staying constantly employed. It is no secret that Kim Chandler is one of the UK’s most in-demand session singers. She’s worked [...]
Beneath the slick surface of their a cappella performances is a discipline that has demanded every last ounce of their energy. Basix member and musical director John Kjøller reveals the challenges facing 6 voices in a quest for stirring performance and vocal perfection.