(Recording Artist or Stage Performer)
Generally, there are so many opportunities in the music industry. However, as an aspiring singer, basically, you have two options: to be a recording artist or to be a stage performer.
Now, don't get me wrong. This is not an "either/or" dillema. You may want to become both a stage performer and a recording artist as with several singers who indeed became successful.
However, it is very important to identify which direction you want to follow first in your singer career. In other words, you need to decide that for a certain period of time, say, a year or two, you just want to perform on stage or you just want to record songs. This decision is very important to establish your name in the music industry.
In this lesson I will be able to help you assess your potential and your inclination according to the results of some tests that you will undergo as to which direction you will take.
These tests do not produce iron-clad, you-can't-change-it-anymore, that's it, type of results. No. These are merely guide posts for you. At the end of the day, it's your choice. If it's to be, it's up to you, as they say.
One thing I can promise you: at the end of this lesson, it will be very clear to you the direction that you want to take so that your success will be inevitable.