The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 90Learning
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 wi…
The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 89Learning
In this new installment of the chapter dedicated to vocal recording we will tackle the delicate issue of performance.
How to Control Vocal SibilanceLearning
Vocal sibilance is an unpleasant tonal harshness that can happen during consonant syllables (like S, T, and Z), caused by disproportionate audio dynamics in upper midrange frequencies.
Vocal Health for SingersLearning
As summer arrives, singers begin to worry about vocal health as summer is the season when most artists have most bookings. "Will I be able to manage all the upcoming shows without vocal fatigue?" The…