Here’s a guide to virtual choir singing. It’s a lot more difficult than they make out on the Gareth Malone Show on the telly. My best advice is to spend a lot of time setting up.
We’re adding as many different flavours of backing tracks as possible, so you can pick and choose which suits you best.
I found listening back to my own recording was a big shock and quite depressing. Remember that you’re singing in a room with no acoustic (that’s intentional, as it makes remote mixing possible), you’ve not sung properly for months, and you’ve not got the support of other singers.
Don’t worry about all that – just have a good sing. See what happens, and Freddie and I will add lots of layers of polish electronically.