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Video: 4 Effective Vocal Warm-Ups to Try When You're Sick

Feeling a cold coming on, or dealing with allergies? Below, Brooklyn, NY teacher Liz T. shares a few singing warm-up exercises to add to your practice session!   No one likes to sing when they’re sick, but -- as we all know -- sometimes “the show must go on!” It is recommended that you rest, take care of your voice, or even go on vocal rest if you have lost your voice completely. However, if you are dealing with seasonal allergies or a common cold, I have good news! It is still health … Read More
Video: 4 Effective Vocal Warm-Ups to Try When You're Sick
Feeling a cold coming on, or dealing with allergies? Below, Brooklyn, NY teacher Liz T. shares a few singing warm-up exercises to add to your practice session!   No one likes to sing when they’re sick, but -- as we all know -- sometimes “the show must go on!” It is recommended that you rest, take care of your voice, or even go on vocal rest if you have lost your voice completely. However, if you are dealing with seasonal allergies or a common cold, I have good news! It is still health
Checklist for Singers: How to Prepare for an Upcoming Gig
Are you a singer gearing up for an important gig? If you're feeling nervous about singing, don't sweat. Here, online voice teacher Tyler J. share his timeline for success...   The gig is booked, you’ve invited your friends, and you realize on the night of the show that you haven’t even rehearsed yet. Your heart rate speeds up, your stomach turns, and you break out in a cold sweat. “I’ve barely rehearsed, I’m totally going to screw this up” repeats over and over in your mind as you pac
It's a Tenor's World: How to Survive as a Baritone Singing Pop
Today's pop music certainly makes it seem like a tenor's world out there. But if you're more of a baritone, don't worry. Learn about the baritone singing range, the best baritone pop songs to add to your repertoire, and more in this guest post by Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   Every single guy on Top 40 radio is a tenor. Seriously. Singers like Sam Smith, Jason Derulo, Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, David Guetta, Adam Lavine, Usher, Justin Bieber, and Nick Jonas are all
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. We recently connect
Want to Someday Star On Broadway? 3 Tips from an Expert
Dreaming about someday starring on the Broadway stage? Here, Los Angeles, CA teacher Meredith P. shares her expert tips to help you get there...   As an audience member, you can sit back and relax at a Broadway show, and not truly understand the work that it takes to get to that coveted stage and the tremendous blood, sweat, and tears that go into each performance. As with athletes, the only thing the audience sees is the end result. A lot of times it can be intoxicating and glamo

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