Blog by Yona Marie
Thursday January 20 2022, 6:28 PM
The Myth That Practice Makes Perfect I hate when I hear someone telling another person that "practice makes perfect". It's often told to me or someone around me that is struggling to learn a difficult part of a song, so in most cases, it is...
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Wednesday January 19 2022, 3:00 PM
Learning To Freestyle  Developing freestyle skills isn't talked about enough in the music world. People love to focus on developing your image, getting the best beats, and making money, but what about the simple joys of developing your own...
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Tuesday January 18 2022, 4:26 PM
How To Sing A Melisma When you sing a melisma, you are elongating one sung syllable by adding a variety of neighboring tones with great pitch accuracy that fits well in the context of a song. For example, Whitney Houston's "And I Will Always...
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Monday January 17 2022, 9:39 PM
Egg Cartons For Soundproofing Myth Many people like to think that egg cartons can be an affordable way to soundproof your room for studio recordings. This is a common misconception and will do no good for soundproofing your room! While egg...
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Saturday January 15 2022, 8:46 PM
Have A Good Tip Jar Saying A good tip jar saying can be a great way to grab the attention of your audience and increase your earnings. You don't want to miss out on the possibilities by having a tip jar that is simply labeled "Tips" or not...
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Thursday January 13 2022, 9:58 PM
Tongue Twisters To Practice Fast Flow Beginner rappers are the main ones who can benefit from some tongue twisters that will help them make their way through phrases fast, but singers shouldn't feel like they don't need this type of help with...
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Wednesday January 12 2022, 10:48 PM
Selling Your Soul Selling your soul for fame and fortune doesn't always have to be as extreme as making a deal with a crossroads demon just like Robert Johnson did, or selling yourself to the Illuminati once you hit a certain level of...
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Tuesday January 11 2022, 11:14 PM
The Benefits Of Humidifiers Singers are not the only ones that get massive amounts of benefits from humidifiers. People, in general, can get relief from sinus issues, dry skin, sore throats, and itchiness with the help of a well-humidified...
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Monday January 10 2022, 7:44 PM
Out Of Tune Meaning  Being out of tune in musical terms means that's you are not in the right musical key or scale. When someone is singing or playing a tone that is out of tune, that means that several of their notes are off the pitch and do...
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Saturday January 8 2022, 1:13 AM
What Is The Real Meaning Of Stage Presence? To have stage presence means that you have the ability to capture the attention of your audience. It's one thing to have raw talent and showcase it in front of an audience but it's another thing to...
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Thursday January 6 2022, 9:16 PM
Mic Monitoring And Its Benefits Monitoring a mic sounds like a complicated concept, but it's actually pretty easy to do and explain. Mic monitoring is the process of hearing what you're recording played back into your headphones in real-time....
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Wednesday January 5 2022, 10:06 PM
The Best DJ Laptop Stands  When it comes to searching for a laptop stand for your music performance needs, you should first consider what you in particular are looking to get out of the stand and where you'll be using it. Some stands work...
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Tuesday January 4 2022, 5:58 PM
The Mozart Effect Music can have tons of positive benefits on our health. So much so that many people like to think that listening to certain types of music can actually make you smarter. Especially if it's classical music! In 1993, Frances...
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Monday January 3 2022, 9:58 PM
What Is Vocal Fatigue? Technically speaking, it isn't our actual voice that's getting tired when we get vocal fatigue. When we overuse our voice by speaking, singing, or shouting for too long a period of time, the muscles in our larynx can...
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Thursday December 23 2021, 10:27 PM
What Were Piano Keys Made From Back In The Day? In the early years of the piano, the keys were made from sugar pine wood, while the black keys were made from ebony wood. As the piano grew in popularity as an instrument , builders began to...
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