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I thought I would post this question on the parents forum because there seem to be many musically knowledgeable and experienced parents here.
I had my interview with a princeton alumna the other day and she strongly suggested me to send in a recording of my singing.
I have been involved with the school's a capella and objectively think I am good enough to send in a supplement, but I do not take an official chorus class at school, so I don't have a music or voice teacher to help me put together a recording.
Can I just use any kind of recording, or is there a special, preferred way to do it??
Do I just record it on a CD and put in a cover and then in an envelope and send it off to the undergraduate admissions office?
I'm new to all this, so any help would be appreciated.