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Vocal Pop Filter
- A pop filter is a handy device used to remove the plosive "popping" sound that is typically picked up with a microphone when a 'p' or 't' sound is made. This is caused by a rush or air hitting the diaphragm of a microphone.
- A pop filter or pop shield is an anti-pop noise protection filter for microphones, typically used in a recording studio. It serves to reduce or eliminate 'popping' sounds caused by the mechanical impact of fast moving air on the microphone during recorded speech and singing.
- A screen placed on a microphone grille that attenuates or filters out pop disturbances before they strike the microphone diaphragm. Usually made of open-cell plastic foam or silk, a pop filter reduces pop and wind noise
- A part of a piece of music that is sung
- A musical performance involving singing
- relating to or designed for or using the singing voice; "vocal technique"; "the vocal repertoire"; "organized a vocal group to sing his compositions"
- vocal music: music intended to be performed by one or more singers, usually with instrumental accompaniment
- having or using the power to produce speech or sound; "vocal organs"; "all vocal beings hymned their praise"
Voice Lessons To Go Volume 1: Vocalize and Breath
Join the thousands of singers who use Voice Lessons To GO! Voice Lessons To Go is a great way to get going on your singing voice. Vocalize and Breath is the first of Ariella Vaccarino's successful four volume series. Whether just beginning or as an addition to the work you have done. Now there is no excuse not to practice and improve because this CD makes it so convenient and easy. Vocalize and Breath consists of a half hour of vocal warms ups, then fantastic breathing exercises, and finally excellent advice on posture and training. You will be guided through the exercises with vocal examples and piano accompaniment by Ariella Vaccarino an excellent experienced voice teacher and professional singer from Los Angeles. Ariella's explanations are clear and easy to follow. Developing your singing voice no longer has to be just for people trying to make a career with their voice, or those with disposable income who can afford private lessons. The weekly price for voice lessons averages $45-150 an hour depending on your city. Who is this CD for? Singers, Actors, Dancers- This is an inexpensive way for the struggling artist to get and keep their voices in shape. Teenagers - Whether you are watching American Idol with pangs of desire to be on there, sing loudly along with your favorite pop stars, are trying out for the school musical, or dreaming of singing at the MET some day. People who struggling singing- There are those out there who feel, (it could be true or not) that they can't sing and are embarrassed when they have to be heard by others. This is an excellent private way to improve your singing with out having to deal with embarrassment or shyness. This CD will increase your abilities and confidence. Adults- Always singing in your car, shower, or doing Karaoke? -but just are not willing or able to shower yourself with private lessons yet. These CDs give you a private way of improving your confidence. Also available on Amazon from Voice Lessons To Go are: v.2 Do Re Mi- ear and Pitch Training v.3 Pure Vowels v.4 Stamina voicelessonstogo.com Check the site out and send in your voice for a vocal assessment BY Ariella herself!
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The second edition of this bestselling, comprehensive guide contains improved vocal workouts and additional topics, including performance anxiety and healthy singing. The companion CD makes this guide an ideal tool for creating a singing course for students of almost any age or gender, who can practice technique along with lead sheets for such standard vocal pieces as "Yesterday" and "I Heard It Through the Grapevine." Topics covered include getting started, posture, belting and diction, maintaining vocal health, microphone technique, and much more.
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