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the DIY nerves worksheet
as promised, here's a worksheet that you can download, print out, and use to crush nerves for your auditions. check it out here:
the auditionhacker facebook group:
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if this is your first time here, check out some of the most popular things on the site.
every piece of gear you'll need for self-recording
part of my audition process is a dedicated polishing phase in which i meticulously go through every measure of every excerpt, record it, listen back, and repeat. i use some very specific equipment, which is outlined in the blog post below.
bored of practicing? stop and watch tv.
in my warm-up and practicing, i'll strategically use tv to help. here's why.