Being a professional singer is much like having a traditional job. If you're expected to be at work at a specified job, then, that's the time people expect to see your face. While you're at work, you are expected what your job requires of you. Then, once the day has ended, there's a time where you're expected to clock out and leave.
Well, as a professional singer taking vocal lessons, recording, having a photo shoot, etc.....It's the same idea. In the professional singing world, most of this stuff costs money. So, time is utterly important. If you pay for two hours of time, that's what you'll get. The person you're working with has organized their schedule just for you. If you try and get more time without paying, you are no longer viewed as a professional singer.
Word of mouth travels fast, and the industry isn't as small as we think it is. So, you will be known as the professional singer that wants to get more than what they pay for. Who wants to be known as a professional con artist? Good luck on that if you want gigs or a career.....
So, if you agree on a start time and end time, do what's expected. This is your career. If you don't take it seriously, no one else will. Download your singing product at http://www.dileesahunter.com/products.html
Typically, you’re at your vocal in your late 20’s or during your 30’s. Your chance of getting to this point is increased with vocal lessons. I saw an award show last night where one act should have been a prime example of this, but it was clear that wasn’t the case. Many of you want to be on stage constantly in front of your fans until you’re old and gray. That’s definitely possible, but you’ve got to take the proper steps. Barbara Streisand, Patti Labelle, and others are still doing what they love because they have vocal coaches helping to keep their voice in tip top shape. At this point, I urge you to make a decision about your vocal career. Where has it been? Where is it now? Where do you want it to go? If you’re serious about singing, stop making excuses and get vocal lessons. They’re affordable and necessary. Remember, this is your life. You are responsible for your success. Since this is supposed to be your passion, go all out. Do everything in your power to be at your vocal best to get the vocal results you desire!
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The identification of pitch accuracy while singing or playing music is intonation. Pitch can either be flat, sharp, or both, simultaneously. If your vowels aren't formed correctly, the result is definitely bad intonation. So, practicing the vowels, ah eh ee oh oo, will help you to significantly improve your intonation. Get in front of your mirror, which as a singer, should be a close friend. Practice. Your mouth should change a little when singing the various vowels. Singing in tune and on the right pitch is detrimental to the singer and musician. If your performance is going well and you've taken your audience to a place, that bad note is equivalent to getting into a sudden car accident. That's not to say that bad notes won't happen, but practice can minimize them. So, that's my quick tip on intonation and how to improve. Continue to get better daily! I believe in you! Remember the Young Stars Performing Arts Camp begins this summer. Sign up at http://www.dileesahunter.com/summer-camp.html Download your singing product at http://www.dileesahunter.com/products.html
Every great singer has a skill or particular set of skills that they’re known for. If you haven’t reached the level where you’ve successfully identified yours, that’s perfectly fine. Decide what skill you want to perfect and make your own. One example is the ability to hold a note for a long time. Well, the key to this trick is breath control. So, if you’ve decided you want to wow million with this technique, then you have to master how to properly breathe. That means every day, you should be practicing to become better and better. Along with the breathing, you should pick a song that causes you to hold a long note. Everyday, you should sing that song. Eventually, you’ll be able to hold every long note in the song and master effective breathing. Breathing is necessary for any type of singing. So, in essence, you’re killing two birds with one stone. So, that’s my quick tip for the day! Remember the Young Stars Performing Arts Camp begins this summer. Sign up at http://www.dileesahunter.com/summer-camp.html
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