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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...
If you want to sound great singing any song, you have to have a consistent voice color.
If you sing with a band, or with other musicians whether as a guitarist or a pianist. Anyone who might not be a singer themselves or not knowledgeable about singing. Here is how to educate them.
Still dealing with a tense jaw? Here are some exercises to help you out.
Support can be a very abstract word and cause a lot of misunderstandings. Here's a hack that will make it easier for you to understand and feel what support means.
Sometimes it only takes a small adjustment to make some fundamental changes for the better...
I know that everyone gets to the point sometimes at which they feel discouraged, inadequate, and doubt their vocal skills. But let me tell you how awesome you actually are.
Have you been wondering if you should even do any auditions? How do you know if you're ready? When does it make sense to audition?
Here are my answers.
So you've been working hard and are finally getting ready to put your voice on the line to get that part. But did you know that auditioning is an art in and of itself?
Today I'm sharing my best tips so you can be more confident about going into your next audition.
1. Do your homework
Whenever I practice breathing techniques with my students, they usually tell me that they begin getting dizzy when they repeat the exercises at home. Here's why this happens and how you can avoid it.