6 Best Headset Microphones For Singing 2021; Great For Gigs & Church Hymns

6 Best Headset Microphones For Singing 2021; Great For Gigs & Church Hymns

Wireless microphones are gradually becoming more accepted in live performance situations. The technology isn’t perfect, but if you know how to use the mic (or you’re working with someone who does), you should run into relatively few problems. When it comes to headset mics, you don’t want to take any chances. They are commonly used…

7 Best Vocal Amps For Singers 2021 – Great For Band Practice & More

7 Best Vocal Amps For Singers 2021 – Great For Band Practice & More

Vocals can sometimes end up being a bit of an afterthought in band practice. It’s not as though everyone has a PA system sitting around in their basement. But when a band gathers together, practices and realizes just how loud they are, they suddenly realize the vocalist needs to be heard too. The good news?…

How Good Is Your Singing Voice? Ways To Test & Rate Your Singing

How Good Is Your Singing Voice? Ways To Test & Rate Your Singing

You would think you’d know it when you’re a good singer or instrumentalist. But what shows like American Idol and The Voice have demonstrated time and again is that some people think they’re great performers but are in fact terrible. And, sure, some have even made a career out of it – like William Hung….

Can You Market Yourself As Both A Rapper And A Singer?

Can You Market Yourself As Both A Rapper And A Singer?

Marketing yourself as an artist is an ever-changing and challenging effort. Different artists in different genres will take different paths in their promotion, and there truly are no rules. Some artists make it totally independently and others need a full team working with them. In the hip-hop world, artists like Chance the Rapper are changing…

How To Deliver A Song On Stage So Your Vocals Sound More Powerful

How To Deliver A Song On Stage So Your Vocals Sound More Powerful

When people start singing, one of their chief problems is a lack of “power.” Power means different things to different people. To some it is literally just lack of volume, to others it’s a tonal problem with a thin or nasally voice. Of course, to some extent your singing voice is determined by genetics and…