There’s no shame in not having major instrumental skills, and it definitely doesn’t have to hold you back in helping your student (or yourself!) reimagine a cover song in a style that feels more authentic. Here are a few tools you can use. Ballad-ize It If you want to ballad-ize something, Look on YouTube/iTunes for stripped down versions of a song. Search terms like “piano … Continue reading Changing the Feel of a Cover Song with Limited Instrumental Skills // Jess Baldwin
Mark Baxter has been teaching contemporary voice since the 1980’s and published one of the first contemporary singing guides in 1990. Today he shares some great tidbits with us. Visit his website to take advantage of his resources.
Here are two great blogs with information about technology and gear for singing. (You can find more blogs in our resource database.) Screenshot: Voice Council Magazine, 29 May 2016 Voice Council Magazine – Tech & Gear Voice Council Magazine is an amazing resource for the commercial singer, which is the site’s target audience. The blog features articles from a wide range of high-level professionals who … Continue reading Voice Technology Blogs