Re: Fixing the singer
- From: "Jay S" <Spamit@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 08 Jul 2010 20:25:42 GMT
"JoeSpareBedroom" <newstrash@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:8InZn.5032$Ls1.4896@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
"Jay S" <Spamit@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:H9nZn.8681$Z6.7666@xxxxxxxxxxx
"JoeSpareBedroom" <newstrash@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:ZDkZn.15222$4B7.12183@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxOur otherwise wonderful singer swears he sufficiently varies his distance from his mic, as any good singer should. He doesn't. Distance varies from one inch to "eat". He's completely oblivious, but my spies in the audience say his voice often hits unpleasant peaks. We've beat him up about it endlessly. Before we try the device at the link below, we thought maybe we'll tie him to a chair, pin his eyes open a la Clockwork Orange, and make him watch some videos of singers doing the right thing. I'll be searching for some, but if you happen to know of any, please share. More is gooder.How come it seems you're always trying to fix a band member?
Because it's the smart thing to do if you want people to say "Damn - this band's got its sh*t together. What a great sound. I'm gonna listen to them all night and spend a lot of money."
Life's too short to try to change people. Especially musicians.
If your willing to put in the time, and the singer is willing to change than more power to ya!
Quite seriously, a couple lessons with a good vocal coach (one that knows about mic technique) could turn this guy around in an hour.
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