Why Artists Need Producers
Vocal Technique vs Feel
To prove my point that you need a producer, I’ll give you a test. The test is to listen to virtually every record that you really, really, love; most likely you will find the name of a producer on that record. (Note - Exception: Sometimes bands may produce themselves using each other for objectivity.)
When an artist is ready for a producer, the producer will take you on to success. Enjoy your life as a very successful artist.
How to Get to the Next Level of Your Career as a Vocalist
This article explores the importance of feel as well as vocal technique that a singer needs to succeed. I work on both aspects in one-on-one sessions with my artists. In this blog, I talk about how these crucial elema\ents play out in the industry for artists of all levels and why/how an artist can and should work towards improving both.
Vocal Coaching for Recording: What Can A Vocal-Pre-Producer Do For Me?
Here are a few tips, principles and actions, that will help you enjoy your entire artistic career as a singer!
Singers – How to Prepare For the Road - from top vocal coach in Los Angeles
The answer to this question could go on and on, so let's keep it simple. What a Vocal Pre Producer does for you as an artist, or for you as a producer; is to bring congruent harmony between the artist and the producer, prior to tracking, not the day of.
How To Prepare To Work With A Music Producer
From celebrity vocal coach, Brad Chapman:
So, you’ve been doing a couple of shows a month and you’re voice recovers easily (even if you are yelling for high notes); you’ve got your record done and you have become very popular.
People want to see you as often as possible. They’re your fans. If you did any yelling during the recording, it is going to be hard to repeat that over and over again during the multitude of weekly shows.
Vocal Lessons: Why Should I Warm up My Voice? It's SO ... Boring!!!
This blog has some great tips from Top Los Angeles Vocal Coach, Brad Chapman. Learn how to prep your voice before getting in the studio and laying down tracks. If you have an upcoming recording session, and want to get your voice prepped the right way, reach out to Brad here: https://www.bradchapmanvocalcoach.com/contact/
Vocal Lessons w/Brad Chapman: Play Music, Sing & Love What You Do
Warming up the voice is a very common thing that singers do. However, as a Vocal Coach & Pre-Producer, I notice that a lot of singers complain about the time it takes to warm up and they wonder why they should do it.
Seeking Help With Vocal Technique Before Blowing Out Your Voice!
From Top Vocal Coach in Los Angeles: Brad Chapman blogs about what it really means to love and play music, and as a result, love what you do… what you want to do! Let’s take a look at what this really means. It means that when we’re playing music, we should be doing it in a emotional mood; not as if we are robots or study hard type people --- instead we are playing hard and loving what we do --- without emotion, there is no magic.
From Top Vocal Coach in Los Angeles: This blog is about is how to find the vocal training you need before you blow out your voice. You need to work with someone that can imitate your genre’ and really demonstrate how you want to sing. When you sing something and they sing it back to you, it should sound fairly close to your genre’; whether it be an exercise or whether it be a song.