Tag: auditioning

  • How Broadway Actors Find Their Key, Their Range, and Their Practice Routines

    How Broadway Actors Find Their Key, Their Range, and Their Practice Routines

    We spoke to a Broadway actor and a NYC vocal coach to get their best pro tips on how to improve at sight singing, identifying vocal range and audition prep.

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  • How to Organize Your Audition Song Book Like a Boss

    How to Organize Your Audition Song Book Like a Boss

    The above video and following tips are drawn from our brand-new, free course, The Definitive Guide to Building Your Audition Book, made in partnership with TheoryWorks. Check it out to see many more insights about what makes a great audition book!  Getting Organized If you’re heading into an audition and your song book isn’t organized, your accompanist will notice, […]

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  • For Singing Actors, Nailing a Song is Just the Tip of the Audition-Room Iceberg

    For Singing Actors, Nailing a Song is Just the Tip of the Audition-Room Iceberg

    The above video is courtesy of our brand-new, free course, The Definitive Guide to Building Your Audition Book. Being prepared for an audition in musical theater is a multi-faceted endeavor. Yes, you need to do what you do best and flawlessly — sing, act, and possibly even bust out a dance step or two — but […]

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  • What to Do When Your Bass Player (Or, Like, Anyone Else) Quits

    What to Do When Your Bass Player (Or, Like, Anyone Else) Quits

    + Welcome to Soundfly! We help curious musicians meet their goals with creative online courses. Whatever you want to learn, whenever you need to learn it. Subscribe now to start learning on the ’Fly. In the world of live bands, bass players and drummers have a lot of negotiating power. They’re in demand, and they know it. Nearly every genre of […]

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