Getting familiar with amplified dynamics at home will help your vocals onstage -says Tom Lang.
Technology has made it possible for singers to get control of their sound onstage – but you can prepare for this at home.
Getting your own personal amp and getting familiar with dynamics, proximity effect, mic movement and effects is perhaps the best way to understand the live performance environment. Tom Lang explains:
Tom reflects on how technology has changed for singers in recent decades:
Tom Lang is a singer-songwriter gaining national attention with his newest album, Super Sonic, available at CDBaby and on iTunes and Spotify. By day he’s a product manager at TC-Helicon, where his singing experience and extensive use of audio products provides invaluable feedback on performance in diverse environments. By night, Tom regularly sings and plays guitar, keyboards and fiddle in several bands. See www.tomlangmusic.com