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How to Identify Voice Types & Subtypes

How to Identify Voice Types & Subtypes

Are you a soprano, alto, tenor, or bass? Learn how to determine your voice type in this guest post by Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   So, you want to figure out your own voice type. You probably just want to know whether you are a soprano, alto, tenor, or bass. Unfortunately, things are a little more complicated than that. The good news? It doesn’t matter as much as you think. Before you rush to the keyboard to try to figure out your voice type, keep two things in min … Read More

How to Identify Voice Types & Subtypes
Are you a soprano, alto, tenor, or bass? Learn how to determine your voice type in this guest post by Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   So, you want to figure out your own voice type. You probably just want to know whether you are a soprano, alto, tenor, or bass. Unfortunately, things are a little more complicated than that. The good news? It doesn’t matter as much as you think. Before you rush to the keyboard to try to figure out your voice type, keep two things in min
Proper Singing Posture - What You Need to Know
Before you learn how to breathe, sing, or play any kind of instrument correctly, you need to ensure that you're creating the proper posture with your body. New singers frequently make the mistake of thinking that singing starts with controlling the vocal cords – those hard-working vocal folds we love to exhaust – but the secret to great singing is understanding how to use your whole body effectively. This starts with proper singing posture, enhanced by correct breathing techniques, and then furt
Lost Your Voice? Expert Tips You Need to Know
Feeling a sore throat coming on? Take action NOW! But if it's too late and you've already lost your voice, you'll want to know these tips for getting it back quickly. Read on as Hayward, CA singing teacher Molly R. shares pro tips and lost-voice remedies...   An important audition or performance looms, and the worst possible thing has happened -- you lost your voice! Before you panic, know that there are some things you can do to get it back. Here is some expert advice on what you can
Don't Crack: The Singer's Guide to Vocal Registers [Audio]
As a singer, learning how to adjust your vocal cords is what helps you sing low notes and high notes with ease! This is what happens when we talk about vocal registers. You may have already heard about head voice and chest voice, but what else should you know? Here, voice teacher Elaina R. breaks it down...   If you’ve ever heard a teenage boy’s voice crack (or heard your own voice break, as you try to reach a high note), you already know something about vocal registers. It may seem l
Tips for Parents: How to Help Your Child Prepare for an Audition
Parents, are your kids heading off to an audition? You play a big role in their success! You've probably offered tons of support along the way, but how else can you help your child learn how to prepare for an audition? Read on for some helpful advice from Nashville & online voice teacher Heather E.:   Whether it’s for their elementary school or for a college scholarship, your kid is going to be nervous. There aren’t many other times in life when we are as totally and completely

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