How to be a Better live Performer

What makes a performer great? It is the ability to be in tune with their instrument, have a good stage presence, and engage with the audience. In order to become a better performer, you need to know what your strengths are as well as your weaknesses. With this in mind, we will cover how to improve on these skills so that you can take your performance from average to amazing!

I am going to tell you some tips for being an amazing live performer because people always complain about me not knowing how I should act when performing. They say that I should smile more or something like that but sometimes it’s just hard since my music has such emotional lyrics and heavy beats.

Here are some tips for you to rock out!

5 Tips to be an Outstanding Live Performer

Practice, practice, and more practice

Practice, practice, and more practice. No matter what instrument you are playing or what sport you are performing in, it is important to put in a lot of time practicing before doing so live. This passive exercise can help a lot of people get into shape and stay active without even realizing it! There are many benefits to practicing before you perform, but there’s only one major downside: it takes time and energy! require doesn’t that activity a find should they, passively exercising by fit getting start to wants someone if that important is It! energy and time take it: downside major one only there but, perform you before practicing to benefits many are There! it realizing even without active stay and shape into getting people of lot a help.

One way to practice and not get tired is by starting your practice session with a cup of coffee. Consider getting a coffee maker for your music room. Although these gadgets are great if you run a small coffee shop, you can still use them at home for the same purpose.

However, it wouldn’t do to push yourself beyond your limit. Find time amidst practice to hit the gym. You wouldn’t want to give a lackluster performance, and to provide outstanding performance, you need to be in shape. Suppose you don’t have time to work out; consider passive exercising. There are several passive exercises that can help a lot of people ranging from athletes to office workers.

Make sure you have the right equipment for your performance

Preparing the right equipment for your music performance is easy these days. There are many gadgets that you can use to enhance your sound, all of which are great options if you’re running a small coffee shop.


Here’s a quick list of some of the best audio tools:


Guitar Effects



chord-less Microphones

Powered Speakers

Live Sound Mixers and Monitors – these are helpful tools to have if you’re performing live. They can also help with sound quality in your recordings, as they often provide a way to adjust volume and also to monitor  microphone one using just then feel realistic more a creating, distances and angles vary from instrument you’re around sound up pick they that so positioned be can microphones

Creating an effective setlist

Finding the best setlist for your show can be difficult, but it’s one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a musician. The way we choose to sequence our songs will determine how well they are received and how engaged your audience is throughout the night.

The tone of your setlist is one of the most important decisions you’ll make when it comes to putting together a show. It can either excite the audience and create an atmosphere that feeds off their energy, or it can disappoint them and leave them feeling bored.

Developing stage presence

Stage presence is one of the most important skills for a musician to have. A performer needs stage presence not just so they can be heard, but also in order to connect with their audience and get them on board.

Develop your stage presence by discussing three key aspects: what it is, how to build it up, and why it’s important.

Stage presence is an important, yet often overlooked, aspect of a musician’s performance. Stage presence can be defined as the ability to connect with your audience in order to create an emotional experience. When you’re on stage, it should feel like you’re speaking one-on-one with each person who attends. It doesn’t matter what type of music you play or how good your band is – if you don’t have that connection with the people in front of you, then they won’t enjoy themselves and they’ll leave not knowing who you are. Here are some tips for developing stage presence:

1) Learn about body language and posture because this will help communicate confidence and authority; 

2) Start by engaging every single person in the crowd

Be confident on stage

Playing in front of an audience can be intimidating, especially if you’re not used to being on stage. You may worry about forgetting your lyrics or messing up a chord. The key is to just be confident and have fun with it! We’ve got some tips for how to shake off the nerves and enjoy every minute of your performance.

The best way to deal with stage fright is by preparing ahead of time as much as possible. Remembering that you are surrounded by people who will support you and that this is only temporary will help take the edge off before showtime. Practice makes perfect, so make sure you practice often enough so when it comes time to perform, nothing feels unfamiliar or out of place.

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