When you feel that nothing you’ve done vocally is any good…it’s time to really start caring.
Archive for November, 2009
You won’t want to miss Bill Gibson’s discussion of the basics of technology for singers.
TMD is also known as Temperomandibular Dysfunction. There is a significant relationship between TMD and voice dysfunction (Amorino & Taddey, 1993) as most of the ligaments and muscles responsible for vocalisation also move the jaw. TMD describes the misalignment of the jaw in relation to the skull, with resultant incongruent stresses on the neck and [...]
The Jaw has a huge impact on vocalizing—and quality of life. Dr. Amir Kamburov explains the importance of knowing your jaw.
His dental patients—many of whom are performing vocalists—actually enjoy their visits.
Review of Reviews: a classic looking & sounding mic without the classic price.
Could any of these essentials save you time at gigs? Singer-guitarist Chris Kennedy believes they will…
Leading Agent Alastair Lindsey-Renton shares with singers the way to break into the paid work without an agent.
Dear Bill: I’m going to admit it. My band-mates discuss technical stuff and I just
pretend to know what they are talking about…
Review of Reviews: an iPhone app for vocalists trying to remember a tune.