By audiationmagazine, Apr 11 2019 10:11AM

Savinien: I would say that first, you need to be sincere with what you do, you got to enjoy it even if sometimes compromises can intervene. Music is first of all, all about sharing so you need to keep your feet on the ground and enjoy everything at 200%. Besides, you need to listen to a lot of different kinds of music so you can try new things you would have never thought about before, it might be where you get the majority of your inspiration.

Aviran: I will answer to it according to my own experience: YOU CAN DO IT! I'm a big dreamer and I always choose to create whatever I want, whenever I want. Sometimes, and especially when we started, it might be just a complete mess but after all, we need to make horrible mistakes before creating something great and “listenable”, it's part of the process but we should not get discouraged by this period which can be really difficult sometimes.


By audiationmagazine, Mar 11 2019 11:11AM

My first piece of advice would be to always believe in your gifts and to not let anybody tell you who you can and can't be.

Study hard and work diligently, ask for help from other musicians around you, and don't take constructive criticism personally. Instead see it as an opportunity to grow.

However, you get to decide which direction you want to reach your branches in, always. Listen to others' opinions, yet form your own using your own intuition and judgement.

Lastly, if you haven't already, learn how to breathe from your diaphragm. Once I learned how to breathe properly, I stopped straining my vocal chords and difficult lines became easier, it's definitely an essential for the aspiring singer!


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