The Professional Singer's Handbook
(Book). This book realistically prepares a singer for life in the world of professional music. Author Gloria Rusch gives candid advice on topics including: getting started, finding a vocal coach, defining one's voice, learning correct breathing, conquering stage fright, microphone techniques, connecting with an audience, common vocal ailments, recording studio pointers, finding a band, landing a record deal, and much more. The book includes extensive interviews with Kevon Edmonds of the group After 7, stage and television producer Ken Kragen, Janis Siegel of Manhattan Transfer, multi-platinum songwriter Andy Goldmark, and other knowledgeable session singers, sound engineers, and arrangers. 212 pages, 9" x 12"
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HOW TO SELECT A VOCAL COACH
THE BASICS OF SINGING
SINGING FOR AN AUDIENCE PERFORMANCE BASICS
STAYING HEALTHY AND SANE
WORKING WITH SOUND EQUIPMENT
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