One of the things that I often hear from students is: they find it difficult to fit singing practice into everyday life.
They would always have the best intentions to practice but for one reason or another, it doesn’t happen.
Usually, the reason is one or more of the following:
In my own singing practice sessions, I run into these issues from time to time. So, I’ve come up with a few solutions that you can try.
Let’s have a look at how to address...
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?
According to research, this is one of the best warm-up exercises to do.
First, it helps the breathing mechanism to get up and running very quickly. All the muscles that we use for breathing are ‘woken up’ very quickly. These muscles include the core muscles, diaphragm and lungs.
We get to work on...