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This week we’re discussing the do’s & don’ts of Extreme Vocal Sounds
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Use your mic to support your unique voice & style -says Jeannie Deva
Maybe it’s not the volume that’s too loud… -says Bill Gibson Very often, someone will complain about the mix being too loud, but what they’re really hearing is a particular frequency that is out of balance. Vocals that are piercing typically contain an abundance of frequencies between two and three kilohertz. To many people, especially [...]
This week we’d like to hear your opinions about food and performance As singers, the way we treat of our bodies is vital for the success and longevity of our careers. Unlike other instrumentalists we must remind ourselves that our bodies are our primary sound source, thus factors such as diet, exercise and other habits [...]
Keep informed about your mic choices in the studio – say Juliet, Gaz and Buzz
This week we’re looking at the vocalists battle with illness & injury. It is the moment that every vocalist dreads: sitting in the specialists office and being told that we have somehow injured the voice. From polyps to nodules and from vocal hemorrhage to Dysphonia it seems there are a thousand ways the vocalist to [...]
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 [...]
This week we’re looking at the phenomenon of the TV Talent Show TV talent shows such as American Idol and The Voice have divided opinion among musicians and vocalists across the globe. Sometimes these shows have opened our eyes to incredible talent – think of Susan Boyle. However, many have argued that the ‘fast track’ [...]