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Our mission is to inspire, enlighten, and provide the very best in content, resources, and professional advice on topics related to vocal performance to a global audience.
The Singer’s Newsletter is a vocal tip monthly email publication, geared towards vocalists, performers, musicians, speakers, presenters, and those who work closely with them. It features articles, guest tips from artists and industry, vocal health tips, performance opportunities, resources and recommendations for products and services, and updates on student successes and projects.
Free to subscribers, The Singer’s Newsletter started as a simple email in 2002 by recording artist and vocal coach, Teri Danz. It began as a give back to students to keep them up on technique, performance, and recording issues as well as industry/local events, resources, and performing opportunities. Over the last decade, The Singer’s Newsletter has grown dramatically to encompass a large national and international email audience. Our sponsors include Casio, and The Modern Vocalist.
A big thanks to Casio for renewing its sponsorship! Yay! So honored! Casio inspires with amazing keyboards for all levels and its commitment to music education.
Issue #228 – Available 6/29/2021
How to Get Great Studio Vocals – 8 “Must Do” Recording Tips for Singers, Global Excellence Award, Lessons, Sponsor Updates, More!
Here’s a sample below.
In This Issue:
*How to Get Great Studio Vocals – 8 “Must Do” Recording Tips for Singers,
*Global Excellence Award Winner, Vocal Coach of the Year!
How to Get Great Studio Vocals – 8 “Must Do” Recording Tips for Singers. Recording vocals in a recording studio can be challenging, especially if you don’t have a lot of recording experience. Some singers, who are used to project or home studios, can lack the skill set they need to feel comfortable recording in a bigger studio with a more sensitive mic, better headphones, or a producer or engineer. Things sound different in the studio, and doing a great vocal requires attention to detail, focus and a willingness to take direction if things are not working.
The tips below will give you a heads up on getting a great vocal in the studio:
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Ximxia – #19 on the Billboard Dance Charts
Congrats to student and singer/songwriter, Ximxia, whose song “Don’t Follow Me” hit #19 on the Billboard Dance Charts!! Yay!
Congrats to student Kian Blume! He went from #40 on Billboard Dance Charts to #17!!
Teri Danz Update:
New! *Global Excellence Award Winner, Teri Danz, Vocal Coach of the Year!
Teri Danz named one of 2018 Best Singing Teachers from Lessons.com
*Teri Danz quoted in Engadget Article on vocals
Teri Danz Article on The Famous Company website
*In the News! Click here:
VoyageLA Profile Feature Article!
Check out her book, “Vocal Essentials for The Pop Singer”. Five-star review!
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NEW! CASIOTONE DIGITAL KEYBOARDS WITH MINIMALIST DESIGN: MAKE MUSIC ANYTIME, ANYWHERE
Casio America, Inc., a leading musical instrument provider, announced today the release of three new Casiotone models – the CT-S1, CT-S400, and LK-S450. Casio’s minimalist design, sound quality, and connected features in each keyboard bring to life the concept of “Make Music, Anytime, Anywhere.”
“Casio is passionate about bringing the joys of making music to as many people as possible,” said Stephen Schmidt, Vice President of Casio’s Electronic Musical Instruments Division. “Staying true to that, our new Casiotone models have broad appeal that spans generations and skill levels and are designed to seamlessly fit into users’ increasingly diverse lifestyles. Sometimes, players just want to play for the pure joy of playing; that’s what our newest Casiotone introductions will inspire.”
Weighing in at only 9 lbs, the new Casiotone models have a slim, minimalist chassis and design that effortlessly integrates into users’ homes or studios. Simplicity is the key! With 61 keys, built-in speakers, and multi-functional buttons, the CT-S1 is ideal for players and students of varying skill levels.
In case you missed it, Tom Brislin of Kansas, Interview and Performance
Casio Artist, Tom Brislin, shows his talent in this amazing interview and performance.
He’s playing the Celviano Grand Hybrid GP-510 and the PX-S3000 (try it in a lesson!!). While many sessions were prerecorded, it was so refreshing to see Casio’s Mike Martin and Rich Formidoni live, interviewing, commenting, and answering chat questions.
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