Singing in a studio into a condenser microphone is a different world altogether. In my 20 years of recording experience from my childhood, I have learnt that in order for the voice to sound beautiful and perfect, the voice always needs to be maintained in perfect form. With live stage performances, the ambience, accompanying musicians, sound systems and lots more contribute to making the experience enjoyable for the listener. However when you record yourself in a studio, your voice is put under a magnifying glass… with the sound engineers and music directors paying extra attention to the details.
How then can you sound good?
There are practices which when followed meticulously, greatly improve your vocal tonality and sounding. In this workshop, we focus on learning some of the techniques to improve vocal range, alignment to the pitch, tempo and attention to vocal dynamics, along with sessions on decoding movie songs.
Look forward to singing with you, soon!