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3 Tips for Overcoming Performance Anxiety and Stage Fright

If you suffer from or experience performance anxiety or stage fright sometimes you can feel as if you are alone in it, you perhaps see your band mates, other musicians you are performing with or other big performers and they...
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3 Top Tips for Performing on Stage

Every performer that steps onto a stage wants to be remembered, and to be remembered you need to engage your audience, you can’t just stand centre stage and sing. The majority of audiences always pay most attention to the lead...
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Master the Art of the Stageprompter Teleprompter

If you’ve had to sing an unfamiliar song or deliver a long or difficult speech on a topic that you aren’t particular knowledgeable about then you’ll know what an almost impossible task this can be without the help of many...
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Hiring a Teleprompter: 5 Reasons Why it’s Worth It

Arguably, the best way to shoot a video is unscripted, however this can often be an unrealistic aim. There is nothing worse than hiring a studio, arranging a camera crew and preparing speaking notes for your presenter and still struggling...
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A new cover with a rigid screen protector for the 22WMG01/02

A welcome addition to any 22WMG01/02 Stageprompter is a cover that will protect it from the knocks of live performances and ongoing transportation. We have supplied custom Flight Cases for many years now but the high cost of these items...
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Wine

  This got a lot of attention on our facebook page ! …    ...
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Gigs in bars / clubs, how much do they pay ?

The below post has earned quite alot of attention over the last seven weeks.  Full-time saxophonist, Dave Goldberg, wrote an honest letter to venue owners addressing their disregard and exploitation of the working musicians. I’m hoping that you’ll read this and think about...
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The history of the Teleprompter

Here is a little history for you coutesy of Wickipedia. Of course the Stageprompter is a little different to a Teleprompter as it is computerless and covert. It gets its roots from the Telepromter / Telemonitor. The TelePrompTer Corporation was...
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Stageprompter review

  At Staffords on Stage we are looking forward to next week, we are taking a Stageprompter for a review with a top vocalist / vocal tech’ magazine. Watch this space we will give you the link as soon as...
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On Stage Noise

  Tech Tip 05.11.13.01 On Stage noise. OK, something that can happen a lot when you are trying to get set up. How many times have you plugged in your equipment on stage only to hear a loud hum which...
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