American Idol Auditions

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American Idol AuditionsThat’s not a long time to leave a good impression. But some performers manage to do it in ways you’d never guess, and we’d like to share some of those ways with you here. It’s really not that difficult to make it past the first round of the auditions and on to the TV part of the show if you know what you’re doing and you prepare.

Now we aren’t saying you can win the whole thing but it is quite easy to audition and make it past the first round and actually get selected for the show. So, if you’re thinking of auditioning for the next round there are a few things you need to be ready for to make it by the judges.

You need to know exactly what the show is really about before you get there to audition. There is no other way to explain it, you need to do your homework if you’re going to make it past the very first auditions.

Doing your homework isn’t just practicing your song, it’s really knowing what to wear, what to say to the judges, how to package yourself, how to pick your song, etc, etc…, basically how to ensure that you do everything the right way. There’s a lot more to these initial auditions than just singing. Understand what the judges look for and also what’s going to get you cut.

You need to give these auditions your absolute best shot if you want to make it. If you just show up to the auditions, camp out for a good place in line and then sing, that’s not giving it your best shot!

The judges see through auditions like that in a few seconds. That’s why most auditions don’t take long. They want people who want this bad! People who they can tell have put a lot of thought and work into preparing for this chance.

So, to separate yourself, really understand how these first auditions work and how they are much different from the auditions that happen later on in the show.

Truth is, talent and star quality are a dime a dozen in the tryout phase of the show. Everyone who has any singing skills at all (and even those that don’t) show up and tryout.

Coming up with a specific number is hard but it’s safe to say that there’s a whole lot of them, and guess what… they ALL want to be on this show! So it’s safe to say that there is ALOT of talent at these auditions,

You’ve seen them, they’re the ones whose voices aren’t that strong or unique but they manage to make it past the judges and on to the TV part of the show.

That’s because in the beginning the judges don’t select the performers based on talent alone as you have seen if you’ve been watching the last 6 episodes. Many, many people who never even get close to being selected for the TV part of the show have lots of talent, but despite their talent, for some reason they don’t make it.

So just realize that talent is not the most important factor in making it past these first auditions.

Sounds like such a simple concept, but that is really all you have to do. Win… Read more…

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