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Singing Lessons

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    Your Music and What You Value

    A while back I wrote a blog entitled “Talent Matters.” And it does. In this day and age of home recording and online distribution, everyone is recording and selling something. Cultivating your talent is a must if you want to stand out amongst the crowd. But as important as talent is, there’s something else that…

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    3 TIPS ON HOW TO SING HIGH NOTES

    All singers want to be able to sing high notes while sustaining them also! So here are three quick tips to sing high notes easier. 1. Let the extra air go Too much air flow through the cords causes lack of closure. In order to breath our cords must come apart, however, when we sing…

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    STAGE FRIGHT: How to fight the fear

    You’ve taken the next big step and booked a gig. The date has been set. The venue is arranged. Your friends have been notified and the posters have been made. Not to mention, your parents just told you they want to make the trip from Michigan to watch you perform three songs.  Everything is in…

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    Use Your Voice To Your Advantage

    No matter what. I’ll never forget one of my lessons years ago with Brett. I was getting over a bad cold and was thinking to myself “this is going to be the worst lesson”. But I did not want to cancel because I wouldn’t get in for another few weeks. So, I get in and…

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    HIDDEN VOICE KILLERS

    Excessive Muscle Tension Imagine you are running. Would it be easier for you to run down or uphill? Would it be easier for you to run with weights tied to your back or completely unencumbered by any extra weight or tension at all? The obvious answer would be to run downhill without any extra weight…

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    3 Ways to Sing Vocal Runs Better

    Vocal runs add excitement to music and are the perfect icing to a well executed melody. They come in many different flavors. Country, rock, pop, R & B, Jazz, etc, make use of runs to add style and distinction to their music. But even singers who do not desire to use runs should learn how…

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    4 Thoughts That Will Make Your Singing Irrelevant

    Do you want an insignificant singing voice? Of course not. But are you working in that direction? Let’s find out. Some of your greatest obstacles to being an amazing singer have nothing to do with coordinating the voice. Removing inferior thoughts from the mind will make just as significant an impact to your singing than…

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    5 Essentials to Singing Smoothly

    The best singers in any musical genre have voices that flow, and that’s what smoothness is all about. The opposite of this quality is a choppy voice that no one vibes with. Axl Rose, Pavarotti, and David Phelps have very different styles, but they are all smooth in their own right. Here are 5 essentials…

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    Are your high notes weak? This may be the reason.

    Here is one problem that is making your high notes weak: you don’t take care of your low notes. Avoid being so consumed with the desire to hit high notes powerfully with an amazing tone. This desire will make you neglect the quality of your low range (chest voice) because you’re always anticipating the high parts….

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