The hit NBC singing show 'The Voice' is getting ready for another season and 39-year-old local musician Brooke Morin Lachance made the trip to New York City and she shares her story of the audition process.

She left for New York last Friday and he audition was last Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Javits Center in New York City. She got processed quickly and the first was quickly completed.

The second step involves checking your ID, your bags, scanning your body and then you proceed into the convention center. In the center, about 4,000 chairs are set up as 'The Voice' staff prepared to conduct auditions through the night.

After placing the thousands who are trying out in smaller groups, they went in ten at a time with one judge sitting at a desk with a computer and red call-back cards sitting next to the computer.

The judges explains the process and then your 30 seconds to impress the judge is here.

Lachance sang Ed Sheeran's 'Make It Rain' for her audition. Lachance says she caught the attention of the judge, as she looked up from the computer, brought her glasses down and she put her hand on the call-back card. However, at the end of the audition, she wasn't selected to advance.

The hours of driving to New York City and waiting to tryout were over just like that.

Lachance plans on continuing to work with Denny Breau and other local musicians and to keep recording music.

She also says she plans on auditioning one more time for the show.

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