Singing along to your own composition, you want to sound great. Even a Dj using a Pioneer DDJ-1000 at a concert wants to sound similar to the musician they are hyping the crowd with.
What about a person who sings for a living? They must sound good, whether it is recorded or live. So how can they do this?
Read on to find out. Musicians and singers both pros and wannabes, this is for you.
Learn to articulate your words
Perhaps the first thing you must learn to do as a singer is pronounce the words right as you sing or rap. There would be no point in listening to a piece where you can bearly hear what the singer is saying. If you cannot articulate your words well, even a piece produced using the LD Systems won't hit as it should.
Follow the beat
The melody from a paco Castillo guitar would sound great if the words flowing to the melody match the sound's tempo and pitch. This is the second piece of useful advice any singer must adhere to-follow the beat. However, this is not a staunch guideline; some slow beats have previously sounded better when an artist sang at a faster pace and vice versa. All in all, let the beat lead you into singing along.
Record in a quiet environment
If you are recording an audio section of a musical piece, always record in a quiet space with little or no noise. A studio booth is the best location as all you can hear is the producer's voice, the beat, and yourself.
Record using good sound equipment
Now here is the most important part;
Use good sound equipment, be it in an open-air concert or an indoor performance. Having bad and low-quality pieces from the mics, speakers will have you sounding groggy and noisy. Even with tuning, some pieces will make you sound bad. Perhaps the next time you are going to get instruments on Tienda de musica, try getting the Rode VideoMicro microphone, it is one of the best in the industry.
One last tip is to seek professional vocal coaching, if you are serious about music, you have to go all the way.
Egitana Musical, Lda.
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