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Friday, 26 March 2010

Nurture your children’s musical ability


If you know a child who has a talent for singing, then why not give them a chance to really experience the life of a rock star with a kid's recording studio experience? If you have a pint sized pop star in your family then this experience is a chance to bring out their talents and take home a recording of the day to ensure that nobody forgets just what they are capable of in the musical arena.

It’s no secret that there are plenty of pop superstars who began to show signs of their future talent at a young age, but even if you just want to encourage your child’s creativity, the opportunity to record in a real life studio is something that any child would be excited to try. Plus there’s all the fun of the actual recording – you don’t need to worry about playing instruments as you can sing over a pre-recorded backing track to make sure that the focus of the recording studio experience is all on the voice.

The budding superstar will have professional studio staff on hand to ensure that they want for nothing when they are recording their potential smash hit, so the proud parents can sit back and relax in the knowledge that they are in good hands. These consummate professionals will not only be in charge of all the knobs and buttons but will also be able to give advice on how to get the best out of your little one’s voice and offer handy recording tips to make the whole process run smoothly.

And don’t worry – nobody need miss out as each child can take along a friend to sing with them, whether they perform a duet or go for the classic lead and backing singer format, whichever suits your singing starlets.

So if you know a child who has star quality then a recording studio experience for kids is the perfect gift, and the best part is that the recording made can also be a great gift for friends and family members alike or anyone who would appreciate a copy of what could be the first recording of many for a rising star.

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