What do you use to make voice part practice samples for your Choir?
Date: February 25, 2014
In the past, I used to go to the Internet, find a choir piece sample, such as the ones at J W Pepper's website, and right click and save the music file to my PC and then burn a CD of a group of these samples as a hand out at choir practice. These days copyright laws and the websites themselves block trying to make a copy for such an event as these. Of course there is still the old tape cassette possibility. I have even looked at Voice recorders such as College students use to record class lectures, but those only seem best for spoken voice. I believe recording SATB samples require a bit more high definition. Garage Band software is good only if you have a MacIntosh, but if you have a PC I am not sure what is available these days, so I wondered what some of you may do besides emailing links for YouTube samples to choral members. (YouTube usually does not have samples on new compositions, just older ones). What do you do these days with all the new technology available?
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