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7 Strange (But Effective) Ways to Keep Your Voice Healthy

7 Strange (But Effective) Ways to Keep Your Voice Healthy

As a singer, you probably know how important it is to take care of your voice -- it is your instrument, after all! If you're already staying hydrated and doing your daily warm-ups, take it a step further by trying these strange (but effective) strategies in this guest post by Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   Most people know that water and rest are good for the voice. Warming up properly and engaging in physical activity like yoga can also keep you healthy and happy. But b … Read More

7 Strange (But Effective) Ways to Keep Your Voice Healthy
As a singer, you probably know how important it is to take care of your voice -- it is your instrument, after all! If you're already staying hydrated and doing your daily warm-ups, take it a step further by trying these strange (but effective) strategies in this guest post by Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   Most people know that water and rest are good for the voice. Warming up properly and engaging in physical activity like yoga can also keep you healthy and happy. But b
6 Definite Signs That You Were Born to Sing
Do you love to sing? Check out this list below by St. Augustine, FL voice teacher Heather L. and find out if you were meant for a lifetime of music -- or perhaps even a singing career...   Sometimes, you think you may want to try. Sometimes, you're not really sure. And sometimes, you just know that you were born to sing. Now, while Justin Timberlake (according to Mama Timberlake) may have been singing harmony to commercial jingles when he was two years old, the signs are not always th
5 Tips for Singing with an Accompanist
Gearing up for a singing performance and need a piano accompanist? Check out these tips to make your (and your accompanist's!) life easier in this guest post by Corona, CA voice teacher Milton J...   Singing with a pre-recorded track for a performance, audition, talent show, or singing competition has its advantages with on-demand accompaniment and less resources needed, however, using an accompanist can make that performance or audition even better. Here are some tips on how to pract
How to Record Yourself Singing (& Still Sound Great) Without a Pricey Microphone
Singers, do you ever record yourself singing? It's a great idea as you practice. But what if you don't have a top-quality microphone or video camera? Don't fret. In this guest post, Jesse from Hear The Music shares some helpful pointers...     Many voice teachers encourage their students to record videos of themselves singing, as you can review them afterward and identify ways you can improve. But if you're just starting out, you may not want to spend hundreds of dollar
How to Get Your Child Excited About Singing Classical Music
Is your child excited about taking voice lessons -- but ONLY wants to sing Taylor Swift or Bruno Mars? Read on as Pittsburgh, PA teacher Jennifer V. shares two secrets to introducing him or her to classical music without a fight...   Sometimes really cool things can get a reputation for being weird, boring, or even scary. Take classical music, for example. As parents, you might be thinking of enrolling your kids in classical voice lessons or constantly playing Beethoven at home becaus

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