The Professional Singer's Handbook

The Professional Singer's Handbook

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(Book). This book realistically prepares a singer for life in the world of professional music. Author Gloria Rusch gives candid advice on topics including: getting started, finding a vocal coach, defining one's voice, learning correct breathing, conquering stage fright, microphone techniques, connecting with an audience, common vocal ailments, recording studio pointers, finding a band, landing a record deal, and much more. The book includes extensive interviews with Kevon Edmonds of the group After 7, stage and television producer Ken Kragen, Janis Siegel of Manhattan Transfer, multi-platinum songwriter Andy Goldmark, and other knowledgeable session singers, sound engineers, and arrangers. 212 pages, 9q x 12qballad! Or the sound could deteriorate and turn into a horrible loud buzz. ... Sometimes the transmitter is built into the mic, so you dona#39;t always have to buy a body transmitter pack. ... Mic technique is the ability to use the mic properly to make sure you can be heard and to get the best sound out of your voice without distortion.

Title:The Professional Singer's Handbook
Author: Gloria Rusch
Publisher:Hal Leonard Corporation - 1998

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