It’s one thing to record yourself singing through your phone as the microphone is so small and doesn’t quite capture exactly how you sound and can be disappointing but it’s another thing entirely to record yourself in studio with the right equipment and engineer guiding you through the process.
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Studio is my favourite part of being a singer, because it’s a place where you get to let go and be you. Recording yourself in studio not only gives you something to work towards but is a “blueprint” of your journey as a singer through the years of your life.
Singing in studio can be nerve wracking as it’s you in your rawest most real state and you really get to capture all those emotions in the recordings of the songs you sing in studio. You also get to play around with placement ands vowel formation and how you want a sound to sound. Singing in Studio is part of the process if singing is something you want to do as a full time or part time career option. But it’s also part of the process if singing is something you are doing for fun. Singing in studio is a wonderful experience and having those recordings are something you will have with you for the rest of your life that you can share with your friends and family and also have as a keepsake.
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