This week we’re looking at what makes your music or singing different from everybody else! Throughout musical history there have been many artists who have made a difference due to their sound being uncommon and distinct. In fact, those who strived to be different have done more to shape music throughout the years than those [...]
Archive for January, 2012
I’ve spent much of my working life responding to the requests and needs of those around me. As noble as that can sometimes be, one day my soul told me that I needed to devote more time to my own creative work. For me that involves
VoiceCouncil brings you product highlights from the winter 2012 NAMM trade show.
What change can you make so that your rehearsal or performance space works for you? -asks Mister Tim
Hi i’m Nia, an aspiring singer/songwriter from London,England. I’m self taught on the piano, unsigned and undiscovered! I’m always keen to hear people’s thoughts on my music so please check out my videos.
Can this vocal processor for keyboard players replace the need for backing singers?
Make sure your voice is reaches its peak performance –says Shelagh Davies
Did You Know That…Condenser Mics Are the First Choice For Recording in the Studio? -asks Bill Gibson Condenser microphones are usually the first choice for studio vocal applications. Commercial sounds may vary, but most professionally recorded hit vocals are recorded with a good condenser mic set on cardioid pick-up pattern, from a distance of 6 [...]
This week we’re looking at music that’s changed your life! There are many different way in which a song or entire album can affect you as a listener and have an impact on who you are. Whether it was a song you heard at a poignant moment, the first song you played live or even [...]
I played guitar a little when I was in my 20s but never got serious with it. When I was taken out of work due to my health, I decided to pick up the guitar again. I have been playing now for about 8 years. I play with a small circle of friends and rarely do paying gigs.