Presentation Title: 18 Parts, One Vocalist
Section: The Mystery of Creativity IV
Location: McCardell Bicentennial Hall, 104
Date & Time: Friday, April 19, 2013 - 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Our voices have the amazing capability of producing a wide spectrum of tone and color. Exploring a multitude of vocal techniques while multitrack recording (used to great effect by artists such as Bobby McFerrin), I can sing and record every musical line of a song from the bass line to the melody and harmonies, recording as the sole musician. By manipulating the timbre or quality of my voice, I can create a particular character for each song. Implementing these techniques to a variety of genres, including classical, rock, popular and folk, and by incorporating improvisation, I can make my own interpretation of each piece during my recording process.
Type of Presentation: Individual oral
Presentation Area: Music
Format: Oral Session
Number of presenters:
Presenter(s): Calhoun, Suzanne Grace Karlson
Major(s): Mathematical Sciences
Class Year(s): 2014
Sponsor(s): Buettner, Jeff G.