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Looping & Singing Rehearsal – An Intro

Looping is possibly the most important rehearsal tool for EVERY singer. The folks from the Ultimate Guide to Singing show how to use it at home.

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Make More Money at Your Gigs

Ever wanted to make more money from singing? Industry pros from The Ultimate Guide to Singing share top tips with singers.

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Social Media Fails and Singing Promotion

Kathy & Greg reveal the Top 3 Social Media Fails from music industry insiders and share marketing tips for all singers.

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Singing When Sick – Practical Tips

Here are top tips for singing with a cold or flu – From the folks behind The Ultimate Guide to Singing.

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The Mixing Board in 30 Seconds

Ever felt bewildered by all of those buttons and knobs? Recording-Mix-Mastering & FOH Engineer Wes Maebe charts a way through the confusion.

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Intro to the Mixing Board

Wes explains the functions of the key controls involved in the recording process – in more than 30 seconds.

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Plugging in Your Mic: Dos & Dont’s

Thought plugging in your mic was simple? It kinda is. But Wes Maebe reminds us of perils we must avoid.

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Recording Your Voice – 5 Top Tips

Vocal Coach Juliet Russel shares 5 top tips for recording your voice.

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Best Mics for Vocals Ep. 3 – AKG C 451 B

Wes Maebe Reveals his favorite recording mics for singers

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Best Mics for Vocals Ep. 2 – Brauner VM1

Wes Maebe Reveals his favorite recording mics for singers

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Best Mics for Vocals Ep. 1 – BeesNeez Jade

Wes Maebe reveals his favorite recording mics for singers.

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Have You Tried Vocal Bubbling?

Rachel Bennett on one way to warm up your singing voice.

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5 Vocal Effects Terms You Should Know

Juliet Russell, a vocal coach on BBC1’s The Voice, helps singers become savvy about FXs

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How to Find Your Vocal Range

VoiceCouncil Magazine presents Lisa Popeil on developing your singing range.

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5 Ways to Avoid Singing Fatigue

You can move past singing fatigue -says Lisa Popeil

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Vocal Effects – Wet or Dry Reverb?

Keep informed on your choices when it comes to vocal effects -says Wes Maebe

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Don’t Attach Support to Pitch

You can avoid the traps many singers fall into
-says Dane Chalfin

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Studio Mics for Singers – Basics

Keep informed about your mic choices in the studio – say Juliet, Gaz and Buzz

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What is Melismatic Singing?

Kim Chandler reveals insights on vocal ornamentation.

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How to Relax in the Studio

Crucial advice for your next recording session from sound engineer Wes Maebe

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Make an Unforgettable Vocal Connection

What does it take to make your audience remember your singing? We discuss the answers.

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What is a Vocal Swing?

Karlene Wray in London’s The Lion King reveals the singing challenges behind her role.

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Your Gig Day Warm Up pt. 2

Dane Chalfin helps you prepare your body & your voice for your next gig.

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Your Gig Day Warm-Up pt. 1

Dane Chalfin helps you prepare your body & your voice for your next gig.

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The Unforgettable Vocalist Is…

To sing the song Or to BE the song – that is the question.

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Overcome Singing Constriction

VoiceCouncil presents Coached episode 2

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Coached Episode 2 – Preview

Join Katie’s journey to overcome constriction – and watch the full episode on the 20th of February

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Tips for Recording Your Vocals at Home

It’s time to think ‘old school’ when you’re making a new recording -says Wes Maebe

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Look After Your Voice

From a studio and engineering perspective, vocal care is critical -says Ian Stewart

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Posture for the Vocalist

Vastly increase your vocal efficiency with a little effort at bracing -says Dane Chalfin

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