Vastly increase your vocal efficiency with a little effort at bracing -says Dane Chalfin
Engage your brain and your ears...as well as your voice -says Kim Chandler
Create energy in performance by living in the moment as yourself -says Rachel Bennett
Step into the studio better prepared with some basic knowledge about recording mics -says Wes Maebe
The singing opportunities staring at you in the face can serve your higher goals -says Ian Stewart
Sometimes the best vocal remedies are free -says Dane Chalfin.
A simple check-in with your voice can optimize your performance - says Shelagh Davies
Wes Maebe, Studio and Live Sound Engineer shares essential technique for EQ and vocals.
Kim Chandler shares a relevant vocal exercise for singers preparing to sing "soul" music.
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Know the right equipment combination for your voice.
You don't need to push EQ to the limits to get your vocals right -says Wes Maebe
Get the volume on stage right for YOUR vocals.
Constriction with skyrocketing vocal effort is the last thing you need -says Dane Chalfin
Know what to ask for when you're on stage and you'll get it -says Wes Maebe
Kim Chandler shares an essential insight for all vocalists getting ready for performance.
Make sure you have the mix you need to do your job -says Ian Stewart
Discovering a more honest sound may mean losing what you've been hanging onto -says Rachel Bennett.
Understanding how EQ effects your voice in the mix is critical for vocalists who want to be technically savvy -Wes Maebe points the way.
Stacking your vocals in unison can lead to a powerful mix - Tom Lang shows how.
Being efficient and assertive in the studio needn't come with a big ego -says Ian Stewart
Reduce anxiety and live in the joy of working with your band -says Rachel Bennett
All of the sounds you want to make can be created with minimal wear to the vocal folds -says Dane Chalfin
Leading Studio and Live Sound Engineer, Wes Maebe, shares his wish list for vocalists...
Add a signature effect to your ballads by engaging a delayed echo.
Think big, move past anxieties, and do what matters most when lining up your next project.
Tom Lang demonstrates the virtues of harmony processing with John Mayer's hit Belief.
Not hearing your voice the way you want through the monitors? Kevin Alexander shares some effective communication tips.
Eric Maisel hopes that vocalists won't let proper singing get in the way of finding and using their unique voice.