Am I Tone Deaf? The Truth Behind the Misconception
Do you think you're "tone deaf" and destined to be a bad singer for the rest of your life? Think again! Read on as voice teacher Elaina R. dispels the myth behind tone deafness...
Am I tone deaf? An alarming number of people ask themselves this question. But the truth is, tone deafness is a pretty rare phenomenon. Dont give yourself up as a lost cause simply because you cant carry a tune. Instead, learn what tone deafness is and what common issues could be causing your pitch
7 Must-Download iPhone Apps Every Singer Needs
Believe it or not, your iPhone can help you become a better singer! There are many apps that you can download for little to no cost to help you with your music training and use in between your singing lessons. First up, here are four recommendations for iPhone and iPad singing apps from Brooklyn, NY voice teacher Liz T...
VoCo Vocal Coach
It's hard for us singers to find the time and space to warm up our voices when we are constantly on the go between voice lessons or auditions. But with V
15 Awesome Facts You Never Knew About Your Voice
Vocal health for singers is an important topic. After all, as a singer, your voice -- and, actually, your entire body -- is your instrument! It only makes sense to fully understand how it works, and how vocal health really affects your performance.
Here on the TakeLessons Blog, we've shared tips for improving your tone, strange (but effective) ways to protect your vocal cords, and how posture affects your singing. We've debunked the myth that drinking milk is bad for your voice, and that not
How Much Do You Know About How Your Voice Works?
Here on the TakeLessons Blog, we talk a lot about singing tips and tricks for making your voice shine. And as you're learning how to sing -- especially if you're working with a voice teacher -- you've probably already learned how things like posture and breathing can affect your voice.
But how much do you actually know about how your instrument works? Understanding how your voice works is a big key to singing well, yet many vocalists never take the time to study it.
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What Other Musicianship Skills Do Singers Need?
Are you a singer who wants to be a more well-rounded musician? Here, Hayward, CA teacher Molly R. shares what you should be working on beyond the necessary vocal techniques...
When you sign up for voice lessons, you have certain expectations about the things youll learn: how to breathe, get better high and low notes, etc. Youll also likely learn more about selecting repertoire, and how to be an effective performer!
is this enough? Singers often get a bad rap for not