Singing Tutorials

So You Want to Sing Higher? Some Specific Things You Can Do to Increase Your Vocal Range


Almost everybody I’ve come across wants to sing higher, myself included.
Low voices want to sing higher. High voices want to sing even higher.

Benefits

As if people need to be reminded of the benefits of singing higher! They may seem obvious but do you know exactly why it’s good to have...

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Palms are Sweaty, Knees Weak, Arms are Heavy? How to Overcome Stage Fright/Performance Anxiety performance anxiety stage fright

Different Kinds of Performance Anxiety

We all experience stage fright or anxiety in one way or another when we are performing. Stage fright, also known as performance anxiety, can either help or hinder our performance. There are many kinds of performance anxiety. Let us look at them below.

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How to Make Vocal Techniques Second Nature When Singing So You Can Focus on the Song awareness soft palate

 

Singing is a very abstract activity. Our instrument - voice box/larynx - is inside of our body so we cannot see or touch it. How can we control an instrument that we cannot see or touch? That’s what makes singing so difficult.

Studies show that beginners rely on auditory feedback...

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Are You Wasting Your Time Doing Lip Trills/Tongue Trills? lip trills tongue trills vocal warm-up

If you’ve done singing lessons before, you’ve probably done either bubbles (lip trills) or rolling R’s (tongue trills).

Do they help you to sing well?

Breath Management

According to research, this is one of the best warm-up exercises to do.

First, it helps the breathing...

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When You Have to Sound the Best You Can, You Stand Up to Sing. Why Not Sit Down? blog breath management singing tutorial

You have probably noticed that it is easier to sing while standing rather than sitting down. For some reason, your voice does not feel supported while sitting down.

Why is That?

When we are sitting down, our posture is likely to be out of alignment. A good posture for singing is a straight line...

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