When your band and you as the lead singer use electronic musical instruments such as the electric guitar, electric bass or the microphone etc, conducting a sound check is necessary to balance the sound of the instruments and your voice.
7 Steps to Find Your Unique Voice
Unique voice can help guide people and keep them from making mistakes. They can give support to a belief or dispel misunderstanding. Voices show our uniqueness and individuality. But if we fail to utilize and exercise our voices, they will fade with time. We will lose the ability to allow our words to change us and the people around us.
Self-Tape Success: Video Audition Training
The world sure is different for us singers, wouldn’t you agree?
We’re hearing data from various sources that singing in groups, with no masks, is still months, maybe a year, away.
And yet art endures. Artists will endure.
Because an artist creates no matter the circumstances, because we can’t NOT create.
At Confident Voice Studio we’re doing more and more to keep singing actors performing during these trying times…like our world premiere virtual musical, The Show Must Go Online.
And you can expect more companies to follow suit with more virtual productions and more virtual or self-tape auditions.
Are you ready?
Announcing the NEW Confident Singing Made Simple podcast!
Launching May 27! Listen to the trailer now below and subscribe on Apple, Google, Amazon, Spotify, Stitcher, or Podchaser.
How To Sing “From The Diaphragm”
You must have heard people saying “Sing from your diaphragm”, but what exactly do they mean? How can your diaphragm sing? What they actually mean is to use your diaphragm to control your singing breath.
Well, you must actually practice with good vocal exercises to perfect your singing breath. Singing from the diaphragm is a complex muscle/breath coordination that many singing teachers find it difficult for their students to words effectively. That is why there is so much confusion on this topic.