“Here I Go Again”. Featuring Kronstudios, Ilface, Mr Carmack, and Angela Flemming is a new single that breaks the normal routine of music by bringing energy and creativity to every second of the song. Add this new track to your music collection, and look for Kronstudios on Pandora.
This song is about you. Check out this Future remix
These guys used a Kronstudios song for there Minecraft Video.
Kronstudios just released an Accapella album for use in your mixes and projects. These tracks are from a variety of genres of music. Download it here:
Kronstudios had the chance to work with The Mad Trapper Race Marathon on their new promotional commercial. The Video turned pretty funny.
So Kronstudios had the opportunity to remix a song produced by Araab Muzik. The track was sent to LA where Ilface added the finishing vocals to the track. Out of thousands of contestants , Kronstudios made it to the final 5. Ultimately Kronstudios didn’t fetch the grand prize but it had opportunity to enjoy the LEVIS marketing campaign. “We tried”
Originally posted on KARA HESSE:
By Kara Hesse
I haven’t had a normal job in 5 years and I’ve been singing professionally for about 10. My voice has become my livelihood and I must be honest -I haven’t always been so kind to it. I’d be preaching to a choir if I told you I’ve always followed all the best vocal health practices to a T. Growing up singing in venues before cigarettes were banned, failing to find time to warm up before an impromptu gig, greasy fast food runs after a show and little things like that are habits that I’ve had to develop a discipline to avoid. As with all things in life, you have to find a balance. Realistically, you can’t always avoid the pitfalls, but you can make yourself aware of factors that do affect your voice, implement better choices into your lifestyle and in turn, build a balanced vocal health regimen.
(1) Eliminate bad habits. Vices. We all have them. For example, I love my coffee in the morning. Living in Seattle for the last few years, it’s often my only sunshine. Not a good idea for the voice. Caffeine dries out the vocal chords. The same goes for spicy or fried foods, smoking, and alcohol. Whiskey may be my go-to, but there are much better alternatives for warming up the voice before a gig; honey, lemon, warm water, anything minty. Also, I don’t smoke. If there’s one big no-no as a vocalist (unless your Janis Joplin or Tom Waits and that’s the sound you’re going for), it’s cigarettes. Cut that crap out. Besides, your piggy bank will be much happier, as will your overall health.