Sweeten your sound with an intuitive method when you’re singing by ear –says Lisa Popeil
Posts Tagged ‘Practice’
This week we’re exploring the pro’s & con’s of home studio setup’s over a more professional approach.
This week we’re looking at the advantages of having a ‘good ear’ over the ability to read notation.
This week we’re looking at the new artists that are influencing us as singers
I know the areas I’ve got down, and I know where I need some work. Lyrics come easiest for me…I always have some sort of line already in my head when I pick up the guitar. So, I usually don’t second-guess myself when the words start flowing. I will, however, try out a variety of [...]
This week we’re looking your ambitions and goals for the future.
This week we’re looking at the places and people from whom you draw your inspiration.
Take your audience into a peak experience –says Mark Baxter
Singing is crying – minus the tears – says Mark Baxter
The Case: A very tense jaw The Singer: Larry was 23 years old, in his final year of a three-year undergraduate course in contemporary music; he was presenting five songs for his final showcase. For you? Anyone who has to locate an area of tension and reduce its effects. Case Summary: Larry had begun to [...]