iipeacefrog

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  1. iipeacefrog

    From the living room to the stage

    Yeah that's more or less what we are planning on doing. It's tricky because of schedules, but we are going to do what we can to practice all together. I'll keep you posted on how that goes.
  2. My band, Mannequins By Day performs with two backup singers whom are limited in experience and technical training but have overall pretty good pitch and technique. Due to time constraints, we usually do a separate vocal practice from the rest of the band. These vocal practices have been more or less acoustic and generally are pretty pitch on. By recording our live set, I've found that the backup singers pitch is mostly very off when they are on a mic and monitor set up. Essentially, the acoustic practice isn't translating to the stage. We have solid monitoring, so that's not the issue. I think it's a combination of show energy and not being comfortable with a mic. Any tips to help get these singers sounding as good as they do in the living room on stage?