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The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 92

Singing or the art of performance - Part 4

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 92

To finish with the performance question, today we'll discuss a somewhat particular topic which was inspired by a comment posted in the French forum by ex-Moderator in Chief, Will Zégal, in response...

Harmony Basics - Part 60

The return of the return of the pedal

Harmony Basics - Part 60

Dear friends, do allow me to open a brief parenthesis in our harmony series with this article.

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 91

Singing, or the art of performance - Part 3

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 91

Today we'll continue exploring the art of performance with an installment that could be easily renamed into "Theatrics for Dummies." However, anyone who takes the time to put into practice these ti...

Harmony Basics - Part 59

Altered modes, the specific case of the half-diminished scale

Harmony Basics - Part 59

You might be wondering why I'm writing about these scales as a "particular case" even though I hadn't mentioned them when talking about the altered and Bartok scales. Well, these two scales often l...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 90

Singing, or the art of performance - Part 2

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 90

As you saw previously, the singer, as a performer, can be compared to an actor. However, unlike a "traditional actor," the singer must only rely on his/her voice to bring to life his/her character ...

Harmony Basics - Part 58

Altered modes, the specific case of the Bartok scale

Harmony Basics - Part 58

In the previous article we started studying two particular cases among altered modes. Remember that altered modes are those built from a scale that is not major. The two cases in question are the a...

Harmony Basics - Part 57

Altered modes, the specific case of the altered scale

Harmony Basics - Part 57

In the last article, I introduced you to the modes of harmonic and melodic minor scales. Before we begin to study each of them, I invite you to discover two of them more in detail right now, namely...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 89

Singing, or the art of performance - Part 1

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 89

In this new installment of the chapter dedicated to vocal recording we will tackle the delicate issue of performance.

Harmony Basics - Part 56

Introducing altered modes

Harmony Basics - Part 56

In the previous article we made a brief pause in the study of the characteristics of the different modes to introduce two particularly useful forms of writing in the modal system: the pedal and the...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 88

Taking care of the singer - Part 2

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 88

Second installment dedicated to the things to do to prepare better for a recording session. Once again, certain things I'll write here might seem statements of the obvious for some of you. That sai...

Harmony Basics - Part 55

Pedal and ostinato in the modal system

Harmony Basics - Part 55

In the last couple of articles we started to see how modes work, especially considering their harmonic characteristics and the cadences which support them.

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