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We use MediaFire to share the sheet music and audio practice files for our chorus. I can practice along to audio in the car using the mobile app, print the sheet music from my desktop, etc. Easy to use & very helpful to our group.

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Nigerian singer-songwriter and music star, Victony, comes through with a single which is titled "S.M.S (Sing My Song)" featuring talented singer, Zichy.

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Hi Rob! I loved your article and I was wondering if you could help save all these hours that I am spending looking for an online solution. I would like to stream but my voice (45 yrs old) is not great. I would like to make my voice more attractive to the audience. I am looking for a real time voice editor/changer as I hate the way my voice sounds. The Voice changers that I have downloaded make my voice sound so fake and in order to try a product I am prompt to buy it. I dont mind spending money on buying a product as long as I know that it will work in real time streaming and the result wont sound fake or like Im an Alien/Robot.I would really owe you a huge favour if you could please please help me. Caroll

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One of the repetiteur's jobs has always been helping singers learn new roles. Since home recording became available, we've been making learning recordings - basically the voice part played out nice and clearly on the piano, with simplified harmony underneath and a few vocal cues. Here are some that I've recorded over the years. My main advantage in making these is that I'm equally experienced in recording and editing as in playing operas on the piano.

There seems to be a trend for the latest version of popular browsers to play MP3 files by default rather than downloading them, which doesn't work at all well with this site. Because of this, I have taken to ZIPping up all roles before uploading them, even when the recording consits of a single file (multiple files have been ZIPped all along). I will gradually be replacing MP3 files with ZIPs, but in the meantime, if you run into problems running out of download attempts because of this, don't hesitate to get in touch. I will always be happy to send you the recording you have purchased by direct file transfer.

I am sometimes asked if I charge extra for making new recordings to order. No! The charge is the same, 25 per hour of finished recording, to the nearest whole (slightly different calculation for short roles, below 24 minutes/10). I also don't distinguish between 'standard' and unfamiliar repertoire. The only situation in which I might find myself having to charge a little more is if I have to go to inordinate lengths to get hold of a score. We'll cross that bridge when we come to it...

*By 'significant' roles I generally mean characters with more than about 5 minutes of singing time. I am perfectly happy to record small roles on request but I don't tend to add them to the catalogue speculatively. On the one hand, there isn't generally a huge demand for them: on the other, if I'm asked for them I can usually record them very quickly.

Opera titles are in the original language. When a character has a 'job title' rather than an actual name, I have tended to put these in the original with the English in brackets, to aid with searching by name: for instance, 'Erste Dame (1st lady)'. I may not have been entirely consistent, so try both languages!Since I launched this site, the Shopify search engine has been adjusted so that diacritics on letters are ignored, so if you want to search for Brünnhilde you can also enter 'Brunnhilde' and the role will still come up.Of course browsing the site is also possible, for example using the collections below.Please note: you only get two goes at downloading a file once you've bought it. Make sure you save the file somewhere you can find it! If problems occur due to interrupted downloads or something, drop me a line and we'll work something out.

All the recordings have been made with decent audio recording gear (usually an all-in-one recorder similar to the popular Zoom range) and have been carefully edited to remove mistakes, fumbled page-turns and other interruptions. I'm quite prepared to believe the odd mistake remains and am always happy to be told of these. For greatest compatibility, they have all been encoded as MP3 files, using high quality settings.Please note that these are intended as assistance tracks for professional and experienced amateur musicians and assume basic fluency in score reading and relevant languages.Starting points for each section are announced by me, using rehearsal numbers if these are generally available in the usual scores, or page numbers if the work is in copyright and only one edition exists, or else the usual kind of pointers: 'four bars before the next entry' or 'the orchestral allegro' or something like that. Most of the longer roles are divided into separate tracks per act, in which case the download is a ZIP file which can be opened using any of the usual apps for that sort of thing.

Speeds: most sections are taken at roughly 'the usual' speed, but anything fast is slowed down somewhat for clarity. If in any doubt refer to performances on YouTube! (etc...) In recitatives, I play a fairly close approximation to written rhythms most of the time, again for clarity, and put in the most obvious appoggiature.Pricing: all tracks are based on 25 per hour of finished recording, rounded to the nearest whole sterling. However there is a minimum charge of 10 (except in the case of some really short roles). If you want to buy multiple small roles within one opera, contact me for a discount. Some common role pairings (e.g. Bartolo and Antonio, often sung by one singer) are already available as a discounted package.

I have also done a fair number of oratorio learning tracks, and other concert works for voice and orchestra. I've uploaded most of these, but do ask if there's something you're after.PLEASE NOTE: all recordings must be downloaded and saved. You can't stream them off this site!

"The Time Is Now" is a song by professional wrestler and actor John Cena. It is the current entrance theme used by Cena in WWE. Cena recorded the song in 2005 for his debut studio album, You Can't See Me. The song was released on March 17, 2005, as the lead single from the album on Columbia and WWE Music Group. The song was released as a single on the iTunes Store on June 20, 2011.[1]

Cena made his television debut answering an open challenge by Kurt Angle on June 27, 2002.[2] In October, Cena and Billy Kidman took part in a tag team tournament to crown the first WWE Tag Team Champions of the SmackDown! brand, losing in the first round.[3] The next week, Cena turned on and attacked Kidman, blaming him for their loss, becoming a villain.[2] Shortly after the Kidman attack, on a Halloween themed episode of SmackDown, Cena dressed as Vanilla Ice performing a freestyle rap.[2] The next week, Cena received a new character: a rapper who cuts promos while rhyming.[2] 041b061a72


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