If you don't know where to put your arms when you sing, this video will help you a lot. Not only will I show you why you need to start with NOT moving your arms, but I will also dive deep into WHAT to do when you're on stage, with and without a mic.
Register transitions and dealing with your passaggio, or your bridge, are always tricky. That's why it's a great idea to focus on these in your warm-up. Here are some exercise ideas for you.
1. The Plan
2. Warm-up each register
3. Head Voice
4. Chest Voice
I'm so excited about today's collaboration with Jeff Rolka. He is such a great vocal pedagogue and has become a great friend, so make sure to also check out the video on his channel in which I teach about the soprano passaggio:
Did you ever consider what your childhood voice has to do with the way you sing today?
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Let's talk about your childhood voice. A lot of the foundation of your singing mentality and technique is laid in your childhood.
A little bit of background of my story: I was...
With any vocal problem or issue, there can be a whole plethora of possibilities that may be causing it.
This is the last video in the 4-part series on why your voice cracks.