Putting together a demo and need background music? Producing a film, podcast, school project, commercial, corporate video or anything like that? Instant Background Music is a great place to try. This could be the cheapest way to get some really great music. They sell a package of 97 songs for only $97 dollars! That’s a pretty sweet deal. I know from experience that background music for projects can get really expensive. And these are professionally produced, broadcast quality instrumental tracks in a whole bunch of different genres.
VocalBoothToGo is a great website to check out if you’re looking for vocal booths you can take on the road with you. Once you’re in the thick of things, you’re really going to need some kind of a travel rig. I happen to own one of these and really love it. For more information on how it works, check out this handy video on how everything in the Carry On Vocal Booth Kit fits together.
Here are some resources for singers that I’ve found useful…
Ok. I’ll be honest and say that some of these resources are ones I’ve compiled myself on other sites. That said, they’re still useful. 🙂
- Reference Guide for Singers on The Muse’s Muse – This is a compilation of the resources for singers that can be found on my songwriting resource (no longer updating, but still with some great articles). There’s also more discussion available on the Muse Songwriter’s Muse Message Board.
- The Vocalist Magazine – A fantastic, full color, glossy magazine (they also have a digital version!) that’s well worth subscribing to.
- Vocalist – a very helpful website to check out.
- MusicMoz’s Singing Resource Links – a list of resources for singers on MusicMoz – a division of Dmoz.org, a human-edited directory.
As with the voice over resources, if you have a resource you feel belongs in the vocalist resource list, email me and let me know!