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G.W. Childs IV on Fri, April 15th 0 comments
If you're a vocalist or a producer working with a vocalist, these five tips are designed to help bring out the vocalist's muse and therefore release the performance you're looking for.

1. No, You Really Do Need to Warm Up... 

warm up
Wyatt Woodruff from Sleeping Figures performs in the studio, fully warmed up!

2. What Are You Really Trying to Record? Emotion!!! 

vocal emotion

3. Keep it Still! Stop Moving Around!

Stop moving around when singing

4. A Little Love Goes A Long Way... Use Positive Reinforcement!

Positive Reinforcement!

5. Don’t Forget Your Own Ideas... You Are Here to Direct!

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