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Acoustics: You Don't Always Hear What You See

By: Nick Colleran

WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get." This is the common name in computing for a system in which content (text and graphics) viewed onscreen during an editing session appears in a form closely corresponding to its appearance when printed or displayed as a finished product.

 

Copyright Confusion Creates Dark Cloud Over Show Choir

By: Rachel James Clevenger

Over the last few months in particular, there has been a movement in show choir that seeks to educate directors and boosters more fully about copyright protections, as well as promote a service developed to presumably make applying for custom licensing a more fluid and simple process.

 

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Tips for Buying Show Choir Costumes

By: Sarah Dornink

Whether you are new to show choir or an experienced veteran, these are some valuable tips for buying show choir costumes offered by a show choir design specialist.

 

A Musical Ministry: The King's Academy's Knightshine

By: Rachel James Clevenger

While show choir is immensely popular in SoCal, in Northern California, director Jim Sluyter knows of only one other show choir. Even just a few hours outside of Southern California, he explains that "the nature of show choir is not a well-known element."

 

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