Songbird daughter

My daughter loves to sing. Ever since she was a baby walking around all day with her sippy cup and singing nonsense, she has continued to sing in all situations and locations.

In addition, she is very interested in movie making, including video and audio recording. Two days ago she was so excited because she got a new microphone!

She saved up her allowance and bought a very nice microphone — one of those kinds that sit on your desk and look like they are really old fashioned. To test it out, she sang a song and videoed herself. What was pretty cool was she also recorded the harmony parts using Garage Band. So this recording is her singing all the parts in the song!

Yesterday she was up in her room recording. Tonight a friend is over and there are strains of violin and cello coming out of the room.

Our house has turned into a recording studio.

A Yee

Angela Yee is a professional designer (graphic design, stage design, interior design — angelayeedesign.com) and teaches leadership skills at strategysketchnotes.com.

4 comments to “Songbird daughter”

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  1. Carmen Lin - January 21, 2012

    Your daughter, no, my granddaughter, is growing up and she’s going to be doing her own business someday!

  2. Leslie - January 21, 2012

    Wow, this is awesome! She is so good! Now why does it look like she is singing into a plate in front of the microphone?

  3. A Yee

    A Yee - January 21, 2012

    Its a screen so you don’t spit into the microphone and it prevents popping sounds while recording. It’s called a pop filter.

  4. Carmen Lin - January 28, 2012

    You certainly have a songbird daughter. I still remember when we were living in Union City, every time I babysat her, she was singing a lot and she never sang out of tune.

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