Relax Your Face
Have you ever paid attention to your facial muscles when you sing? Do you look like you're in pain although what you're singing about is about joy? In your practice sessions, train yourself to relax those muscles you don't need directly for singing. Then, when you perform a song,...
Your Support is Your Power Plant
Although your basic level of support is already created by proper posture and expansion of your ribs when you inhale, it's constant adjustment that gives you true control.
Some pitches simply need more compression, e.g. stronger support from the core, than others....
Hey folks, legato lines are essential if you want to sing well-connected and supported phrases with more control. Here comes a new installment of vocal exercises you can use for your daily warm-up routine.
Sometimes you have to sit and wait before it's your turn to sing. Here are some tips for warming up in these situations.
THE 5 PILLARS OF GREAT SINGING
There's a lot more to great singing than meets the eye. You may think that the most crucial thing is singing the right pitches in sequence. You're right! After all, no one wants to listen to a singer who sings off-pitch.
But there's so much more!
These are the five...
Again and again, I'm surprised about how many singing students who have taken lessons before don't know the difference between chest voice and head voice.
It's usually one of these scenarios:
- they have taken lessons from a teacher who is only classically trained. If that teacher is a soprano,...
Warming up your voice is important. But you should do it in a very intentional way, not just do random exercises that may not even suit your voice type or help you address any problems.
In this warm-up, we focus on getting rid of constrictions so you can sing with a free voice and an open sound.