In this episode, Sara introduces you to a new warmup that really works the entire range, from bottom to top. It covers an octave and a half, and functions as a way to work the lower and higher range to blend them together more freely.
In Episode 53 Sara invites her friend, Spectra Jazz recording artist Matt Cusson to sing some songs and talk about riffs, runs and melismas in the R & B/gospel tradition. Matt is well known as a singer, songwriter, and keyboard player, and won the 2009 Maxell Song Of The Year John Lennon Songwriting Competition for his original song “One Of Those Nights”. Matt Cusson has a wealth of touring credits including Brian McKnight and Christina Aguilera. Learn more about Matt’s music at http://www.mattcusson.com and buy Matt’s awesome music on iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/matt-cusson/id388203148.
In Episode #52 Sara sits down with well known producer, mix engineer, and studio owner Fabrice “FAB” DuPont. Fab explains what a producer does, and why it’s important for singers to have a good producer. Fab has worked with diverse artists like Kirk Whalum, Mark Ronson, Les Nubians, Musiq Soulchild, and of course, Singing TV’s own Sara Leib. Check out more about Fab’s blog at Fabulousfab.com.