Post by LadyStardust on Oct 10, 2017 0:19:07 GMT -8
I usually sing for my warmups to ensure I'm hitting a range of notes, but if I'm doing a recurring character I'll sometimes have little go-to phrases to help me easily slip back into that character's voice and personality.
For example, when I was recording for 2B over the course of many days/sessions, I would use her line "Emotions are prohibited." as a way to get right back into character. (Or sometimes, shouting "9S!")
Post by chadderboxvo on Oct 1, 2018 7:28:41 GMT -8
honestly, with my vocal range and prior 14 year smoking habit, the real warm up i need is to knock out the gunk. I turn on a rock song and sing karaoke into my microphone for 5 minutes before hand. it helps clean out the phlegm and gunk. before sessions though i just read through articles on my phone with serious over annunciation.
Post by chadderboxvo on Oct 1, 2018 7:30:28 GMT -8
DO NOT OVER DO THE SINGING, i love singing at the top of my lungs when im driving and when i was first starting id be driving for an hour out to seattle for a big session and id get in the booth and notice some vocal stress keeping my range down. very bad rookie mistake
C_Squint: Hi Y'all, thanks again for answering my question from before. Again with resumes, like the thread example, if the Company's/Developer's name is too long and goes into the second line, how should we format it?
Jan 11, 2020 20:36:28 GMT -8