When Chuck Billy belts out Metal music with his characteristic death-sounds, he is treating his voice with care. VoiceCouncil caught up with Chuck on his European Tour with Judas Priest and Megadeth to ask him how his voice has survived a Metal career.
Archive for March, 2009
Are dramatic mood swings and despair a necessary part of a creative and productive singing career? In an exclusive interview with VoiceCouncil magazine, Eric Maisel shares how singers can stop meaning from leaking out of their lives.
VoiceCouncil announces its Top Mic Tips & Techniques for Live Performance. Vocalists, Audio Experts and VoiceCouncil readers have all contributed to the list below. Agree? -Go to our forum to express your view.
Voice training traditions have sometimes brought madness in their wake. Dane Chalfin, a director of the British Voice Association and prominent vocal coach, is intent on separating fact from fiction.
I’m a freelance session vocalist doing various styles of live performance and studio singing on a regular basis. Today I’ll focus on a live “feature” gig at an intimate jazz venue. It’s at this sort of gig that I would generally need to bring my own gear (whereas at corporate events it’s generally provided).