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How Tension Affects Your Voice (And What to Do About It!)

How Tension Affects Your Voice (And What to Do About It!)

As a beginner singer, it's important to understand how unnecessary tension affects your tone and your breath support. Here, NY teacher Nadia B. shares what to keep in mind and how to combat that tension...   Singing is, in many ways, a very natural activity. We all have a voice, and it is meant to be used to communicate in speech and in music. However, when one delves more into the art of singing through voice lessons, practice, and performance, tension sometimes creeps in. It can see … Read More

How Tension Affects Your Voice (And What to Do About It!)
As a beginner singer, it's important to understand how unnecessary tension affects your tone and your breath support. Here, NY teacher Nadia B. shares what to keep in mind and how to combat that tension...   Singing is, in many ways, a very natural activity. We all have a voice, and it is meant to be used to communicate in speech and in music. However, when one delves more into the art of singing through voice lessons, practice, and performance, tension sometimes creeps in. It can see
5 Excellent Sight Reading Exercises for Singers
Unless you're a career-chorister, the concept of sight reading music is probably going to at best make you slightly nervous, and at worst paralyze you with fright. However, at some point, probably when you join a choir or perhaps go to an audition, you're going to have to face that hurdle. Sight reading comes easier to some singers than others, but it's not some mythical task akin to retrieving a golden fleece; sight-reading, even for the more able, is a learned skill, and there are several sig
How to Sing Bass | Vocal Tips for True Basses
True basses can provide great depth to choral and a cappella groups - your deep voice is invaluable! As you progress through your singing lessons, you may also find your range increased, making it easier to hit lower notes. Here are a few tips and notes to consider for true basses. Letting voices settle – the dangers of “making” voices Some voice types become apparent fairly early on; as a general rule, the lighter types of both soprano and baritone voices settle down at a young age, and
3 Reasons Singers Should Also Learn How to Act
Great stage presence can really enhance your performance as a singer! Here, voice teacher Molly R. shares how learning how to act should be on every singer's to-do list...     Enviable high notes. A pure tone. Easy vocal runs. Low notes that can carry for days. Flexibility throughout the range. These are just some of the things singers say they want to achieve when they first start voice lessons -- among many, many other goals! As a voice teacher, I do my best to work with them so
How to Get the Vocal Range of Famous Singers
How do you get the vocal range of famous singers like Mariah Carey and Ariana Grande? Find out in this guest post by online voice teacher Emmanuel N...   We all know those few amazing singers with expansive vocal ranges – Mariah Carey for her five octaves, famous for her low, high, and whistle notes; Ariana Grande famous for her full voice and head voice notes; Toni Braxton and Brandy for those low sultry notes. Everyone would love to be able to sing their songs and hit every note, bu

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