Hip Hop in Inspiring Youth | Using Poetry in Songwriting

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What level should you record your vocals?
Published: Sept 21, 2021

Hip Hop in Inspiring Youth

Image of Kaitie Sly host of Between the Vocal Folds
Between the Vocal Folds is Singdaptive’s newest podcast all about singing and the voice. Every episode features a guest from the music industry exploring a variety of singing topics with host and Singdaptive instructor, Kaitie Sly.
This week’s guest is Kia Kadiri, who is a professional hip hop artist and songwriting instructor, who is helping to transform communities in Vancouver and beyond with her community service through music. We are really excited to have Kia on the podcast and look forward to sharing her work touring hundreds of schools, performing for and inspiring youth.

You can listen to this week’s episode here.  By singing up for a free account you can access the the entire season! 

Using Poetry in Songwriting

This course explores how starting with text, such as a poem, can shape the creation of a song in powerful ways. Songwriter Emily Braden takes us on a songwriting journey, using her own compositions to demonstrate how to bring musical life to the words that inspire you.

Interested in getting feedback on your singing? Then tryout the new way to do voice lessons.

Tips on Vocal Recording Levels

This week’s Tips from the Team are all about recording your vocals! Today, we hear from sound engineer, technologist and Singdaptive co-founder, Kevin Alexander, on what level is ideal to record your vocals at.

To The Streets of Havana

This Cuban singer-songwriter creates epic numbers and this track just goes so far beyond… big choral parts, cuban funk/fusion – then raised higher with her awesome vocals.

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