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Audio engineer and producer, Fred Kyei Mensah, popularly regarded as Fredyma has explained that Ghanaian musician, Kofi Kinaata will have to seek voice training for reside performances as his functionality at the just finished Vodafone Ghana Tunes Awards (VGMA) was not amazing.
Talking in a panel discussion on Delighted FM’s Showbiz Xtra with Doctar Cann, he famous that a large amount of folks were being upset in Kofi Kinaata’s performance.
Outlining why the effectiveness of the ‘Things Tumble Apart’ hitmaker seemed abysmal, he reported: “Kofi Kinaata sings with a low-variety voice. Studio recordings are various from live performances mainly because of the sequences when you are recording.”
“On the other hand, with are living performances which consists of choreography, you will have to be likely up and down on phase. If your diaphragm does not support you nicely more than enough, you will endure.”
“It is generally highly recommended to have a stand-in so that when you get tired, this person helps your general performance to flow.”
“This is what may have impacted Kinaata’s effectiveness. Kinaata is extremely fantastic but he needs to up his recreation in stay effectiveness.”
Fredyma sounded a phrase of caution to musicians on the difficulty of dwell performances by stating: “People imagine that at the time they come into the limelight and get awards they do not have to have any voice coach. No! The keys utilised in the studios are not the very same used in live performances. They should discover or else persons will criticize them”.
The two-working day Vodafone Ghana Audio Awards party was headlined by live performances of musicians these kinds of as Kofi Kinaata, Eno Barony, Strongman, Kuami Eugene, Efya, Akwaboah, among others.
Nevertheless, some have stated that some of the musicians did not give charming performances.
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