Tag: solo performer

  • Do We Really Sound as Terrible as We Think We Do on Stage?

    Do We Really Sound as Terrible as We Think We Do on Stage?

    Is there a self-evaluation bias when it comes to performing or is there really a difference between how our voice sounds to us and to others?

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  • The Art of Practice Performing: Bringing Performance into the Practice Room

    The Art of Practice Performing: Bringing Performance into the Practice Room

    Practicing the art of a live performance during your rehearsal time can be about so much more than dancing in front of your mirror and lip-syncing.

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  • Tips for Getting Your Solo Music Career Started

    Tips for Getting Your Solo Music Career Started

    + 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. Over the last 15 years, I’ve been part of seven different musical projects. I’ve played in all kinds of bands: a shoegaze trio, an experimental metal duo, […]

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  • How to Take Your New Songs to the Stage to Show Them Off

    How to Take Your New Songs to the Stage to Show Them Off

    + 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. You’ve done it. You’ve crafted a song from start to finish. Perhaps a couple songs. You’ve poured your heart and soul into your music and spent hours […]

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  • The Singer’s Diet: 20 Things Vocalists Should and Shouldn’t Eat Before a Show and Why

    The Singer’s Diet: 20 Things Vocalists Should and Shouldn’t Eat Before a Show and Why

    + Recording and mixing your vocals at home? Grammy-winning artist Kimbra explores how to harness the full creative potential of your music in her new course! Singing utilizes muscle movements and contractions in your diaphragm, voice box, mouth, and sometimes even your extremities in a highly controlled way. Although the movements are on a much smaller […]

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  • How to Amp up the Drama as a Solo Performer

    How to Amp up the Drama as a Solo Performer

    Not too long ago, a friend took me to a Willis Earl Beal show. Knowing nothing (behind the times, as usual), I assumed assumptions: He would be a songwriter with a guitar. Such was not the case. The show was much more interesting than that. He performed solo, accompanied only by backing tracks composed on […]

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