Knowing the difference between nerves & fear will change your next performance –says Daniel Borch
Archive for May, 2012
Plugging in means making sure to avoid the lighting circuits -says Bill Gibson When you’re setting up for your gig, keep all lighting devices and fixtures connected to circuits that are isolated from the Audio AC supply. Why? First, lights require a lot of
Hi I am fifteen years old and love to sing it is my passion one day to make it BIG in the music industry.
Top session singer and vocal coach Kim Chandler shows singers the way to effective warm ups.
This week we’re looking at the moments that define you as a vocalist. As Simone Niles points out in her VoiceCouncil article, ‘Your Voice, Your Goals’ (see link at the end of this article) it is vital as singers that we set-out what we really want to achieve. Our goals help to bring structure to [...]
It’s time to master your ghost notes without pushing –says Daniel Borch
Is Presonus’s audio interface an ideal choice for your home studio?
20 Singers turned down by X Factor, Pop Idol and The Voice find a new way ahead.
Love to play and sing for fun. It is the most fun when I can learn ways to improve.
Rachel Bennett probes a case of unnatural, forced singing The Singer: Tanika, 19 years old performing at open mics and wanting to go solo and get gigs as an R&B singer Case Summary: Tanika was concerned that her voice was ‘tired’ a lot of the time with a slightly ‘raspy’ sound on production. She had [...]