Let's talk about why your vocal range doesn't necessarily define your voice type.
Let's talk about the role of your jaw muscles in your singing.
Let's talk about the Uh and Ee and I will show you great exercises to practice them.
Did you know there are different ways to sing diphthongs? Here are some rules to sound better when you sing them.
Yes, everybody wants to sing those high pitches and sound amazing. But you don't want to pay the price for bad technique by getting all hoarse afterward. Here's how to do it right!
You may think you know your native language well enough to enunciate well when you sing. But I'm here to tell you that you don't know much about your native language until you've actually studied the enunciation of other languages.
Here's my tried and proven method to learn a song in-depth.
3. Timing/ Rhythm
4. Melody Line
If you have a breathy voice, it may be because of insufficient vocal cord closure. You can fix your breathy onset by doing this simple (but not easy!) exercise.
Here are some new exercises to bring some more variety into your warm-up routine.
SOVT (Semi Occluded Vocal Tract) - mouth partially closed Using a straw can help you minimize strain and control the flow of air which is important for a controlled tone.
- support/compression dynamics
- vocal cord closure dynamics
- tilt control
- darkness/brightness - heavy/light control
- vowel placement
Since your voice is delicate and you only have one that can't just be exchanged for a new one if it gets damaged, it's important as a singer to know the difference between a strain that definitely happens sometimes when you challenge yourself, or if you're doing something that could potentially...