Contact|Search|Cart

 Jeannie and I did some jamming together at the NAMM show, and her singing was amazing. She is a master of her instrument, and also a great teacher… 



Paul Gilbert
Rock Guitarist on Shrapnel Records
Voice Consultation - Jennifer TruesdaleVoice Consultation - Jennifer Truesdale
Voice Consultation-Natascha CorriganVoice Consultation-Natascha Corrigan

Social Media Share

Email A Friend

Email A Friend

Singer's Blog by Jeannie Deva

Using the Blog

Use the links above to see blog posts in those subjects. The numbers in parenthesis ( ) are the number of blog posts in that category. Within each category the posts are listed in date order from most recent to oldest. You can return to this main blog page from any category by using a link that appears at the top of each category page.

Or you can scroll down this page to see posts in all categories in date order from most recent to oldest.

Comments

  1. Devi Shammuramat on June 22, 2018 at 6:20 AM said:
    This one has definitely worked as a quick resonance fix, today. And didn't just produce head resonance, but opened up the true resonance technique (that one would normally experience after proper warm-up); where even the lower resonators could come into play. A recording I definitely had nailed yesterday, however file got accidentally deleted ! But this retake today was also after cup of tea & food containing chilli [both 'no-nos', regarding food & drink suitable for vocalist]. Tho I did record one more take (before trying nose buzz): in order to test if vinegar content in the chilli sauce, would counter-act with the chilli. And tho ideally [in my case]; would usually need about three consecutive days of vocal warm-ups, before any recording. However, glad of this quick-fix: since full warm-ups would have totally exhausted me for computer editing I also have to do !
Leave a Comment:

© 1997-2018.  Copyright-Legal     Privacy   Terms of Use    Testimonial Disclosure        PO Box 2782, Toluca Lake, Los Angeles, CA 91610   sing@jeanniedeva.com