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To anyone who's wondering what they should be doing to prepare for auditioning on NBC's The Sing Off, here's a little instruction buried in this article: http://www.columbiamissourian.com/stories/2009/09/13/mu-singing-group-audition-spot-new-nbc-sing-/ Juicy point:
Vocal Chords is the weekly a cappella and vocal music show from the College of Journalism & Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The show is available twice each weekend on the college’s two webstreams. Here’s how to find it:--for the live show on Friday mornings at 8 a.m. central time (GMT -06:00), go to the station’s web site at http://krnu.unl.edu and click the “Studio 201” link.
For those of you who don't know me, I host Acappella U, The Collegiate A Cappella Podcast. I started the show in 2005, and something that many of my listeners don't know is that I was never actually in a collegiate a cappella group. For some reason people are incredibly surprised when they hear that, and I can feel them wanting to ask me the obvious follow up: what business do I have yapping about college a cappella on a podcast when, truthfully, I have no idea what I'm doing? featureimage: