Did You Know That Cables Need Care? There is nothing quite as frustrating as a “rat’s next” of cables when the beginning of an event is impending and set up is going slowly. One of the most valuable sills you can develop is the ability to wind cables so that they are easily separated from [...]
Archive for June, 2012
In the pursuit of vocal ‘excellence’ it is often easy to become obsessed with our technique
My name is Jon and i just love singing and writing music. i love pretty much any kind of music as long as its not country or screemo or anything like that but after that pretty much anything is fair game.
Daniel Borch reveals the secrets behind a professional career in music.
Tom Smith is a 16 year old singer and guitarist who enjoys making and playing music.
Need some help warming up your voice before a gig? This app could be the answer.
Megan Gloss shows how you can avoid vocal injuries that affect popular singers.
Hello, My name is Phil, Iam from South Wales, I work for Ikea!…and I love singing!
You’ve landed a gig, Congrats! Next step is deciding not only what to play but what order to play it. There are times when I decided to feed off of a crowd and play whatever felt right, but
This week we’re examining the world of vocal effects in live performance In the live environment it’s commonplace for a guitarist to be equipped with a myriad of effects and devices to enhance his or her sound, or for a keyboard player to even imitate an entire orchestra at the flick of a button. Yet [...]