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Friday, 15 September 2017

Singing is like spreading the magic!

As Marilyn Manson has said, "music is the strongest form of magic", similarly singing is like spreading that magic. For many people singing is living their dream, it is their passion and it is their devotion to the art of music that they choose it as their full-time career.

Singing might be your hobby or something which you would like to entertain the people around you with, but for those who live to sing and want to make their career in singing, it is very difficult to establish a career in this field. From finding jobs to appearing for singing auditions, everything seems to be scary at the first.

Here, we have mentioned few tips that will help you in improving as well as giving your best at singing auditions.

First of first, be extremely prepared before appearing for singing auditions. You need to practice your song over and over again and need to train yourself to get best expressions while singing.

If you choose a perfect song, you are half done for your singing auditions. Always choose a suitable song that you know very well and also it should suit your voice too! If you choose some difficult lyrics or complicated song, you will end up messing up your audition, so choose wisely.

Before you appear for singing auditions, warm up your voice. It is one of the most important tip that will help to awaken the power of your vocals. Warming up will also help you in avoiding losing control of your voice or cracking during the auditions.

While you appear for singing auditions, you can also create a portfolio on talentrack. On talentrack, which is India's largest talent-hiring platform, singers can choose and apply for jobs and appear for singing auditions which are posted on the platform each day.

In the process of searching and appearing for singing auditions, do not forget that it is your passion and dream which you have to fulfil. No matter how much struggle you have to do or how much criticism you need to face, you have to overcome all your problems and face the world with your mellifluous voice.


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