Singers and Their Voices

The voice ranges for females: Soprano, Mezzo Soprano, Contralto.

If you sing at a high pitch, then our hearing magnifies it and makes it sound louder. To stop this you can use multitrack recoding (actually very cheap if you know where to get it) to control the loudness. Other ways of controlling loudness is to filter it out or clip the waveform–often done in older style radios.

This article actually is here to point to another set of articles that are not always well named, but are applicable if you are into singing, playing an instrument, and making videos. Here is the list:

  1. Unwritten – Undefined (various songs @KellyLaunder, @stefdaugilis & others):  http://bit.ly/ujSsPS–ARTICLE FOR SINGERS
  2. |_O)/♫ Lighting, Green Screen & Video Making: http://wp.me/p10Tww-Rz
  3. Green Screen To Make Videos: http://bit.ly/fAM2Fb

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Last edited in Mar 2013

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