In this last Shure Vocal Mastery video workshop, Steven Wilkinson from ACM talks about recording vocals in a studio and what to keep in mind before and during recording sessions.
Whereas many singers put a lot of effort into their warm-up before singing, the warm-down often gets forgotten – although it is just as important! In this video workshop Erica Footman shows, what she likes to do for a warm-down.
Not all singers do automatically feel comfortable on stage. Whereas many singers find it very easy to go out there and perform in front of a crowd, many others are very timid when it comes to singing for an audience. Erika Footman gives us a handful of great tips to overcome the fear of being on stage.
Vibrato is a slightly contentious topic which divides the minds – some singers can only sing with vibrato and some claim they can’t get any. No matter which group you belong to, Jono McNeil shows in this video workshop how to be able to control vibrato a little more.
In this video workshop, Erika Footman explains how to add that special rock sound to your singing. She demonstrates it by teaching it to Gemma Zirfas, a musical theatre singer. Gemma has never sung rock before and therefore is the perfect person to show how to learn it.
To gain control of the voice while singing is a big topic, which many singers find difficult. But gaining control of the voice is necessary to get most out of the voice and sing accurately and consistently. Jono McNeil shows how to do it!
In this video workshop Erika Footman gives a detailed explanation of how singers can better connect with the lyrics of a song.
In this video workshop Erika Footman explains how to connect with the inner core, respectively with the entire body while singing.
As a singer, you don’t want to sound like everybody else. You want to add your own flavor to your sound and have that recall value, which makes people remember you.
If the string of a guitar breaks, it will be replaced by a new one. Unlike other instruments, our very own instrument – our voice – can sometimes not be fixed that easily.
This second video of the Vocal Mastery Video Workshops is about warming up as well.
But this time it is all about the body, not only the voice!
In this first Vocal Mastery Video Workshop, Jono McNeil gives you an idea of how to properly warm up your voice.
Have you ever heard of the “More-Me-Syndrome”? The music industry uses this term to describe the desire of singers to hear themselves louder when performing on stage.
This video will help you understand how wireless technology works. Wireless microphone systems work different than wired ones and allow artists more freedom of movement on stage and prevent them from falling over cables while performing.
Are you about to buy your first microphone? Or maybe a second or third one? Find out which one works best for you with this short video!