Which 'Voice' finalist is the most animated during the show's iTunes recording sessions? Who is the most comfortable in the booth and how long do they get to lay down their tracks? All the answers here... If you're anything like us, you can't get enough of The Voice contestants' iTunes songs.
We're always impressed how these amateurs can just go into the studio (often times for the first time ever) and produce such incredible results.
Thanks to a recent report by Billboard, we finally got to find out what goes on behind-the-scenes during The Voice iTunes recording sessions.
After the band lays down the background track, each artist gets 45 minutes to record. Then, the background singers record their bits.
They report that Michelle Chamuel seems to be the most comfortable in the booth and is able to pinpoint her own weak spots during the sessions. Apparently, she also dances and plays air guitar while she's laying down the lyrics. Seriously, could she be any more adorable?
For the Swon Brothers part, they said they don't think they're the best singers in the competition, but acknowledge that there is more to it than just singing. "It's about the connection you make with people in the interviews and the reality packages," Zach said.
Given that the finalists, Michelle Chamuel, Danielle Bradbery and the Swon Brothers all seem to have mastered both the singing part and connecting with the viewers, we'd have to agree with him!
Who will you be voting for in The Voice finals?