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Singing With Emotion Part 2: Rock & Roll

Singing with Emotion Part 2¬†¬† In part two of this article we will cover 6 popular Vocal/ Music Styles and some of the techniques used for each style. There are many different styles of singing. Some singers excel at one or two particular styles while others can round the scope on various different styles. This […]

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Emotions and Singing Part 1: Using Emotion to Capture Your Audience!!!!

The job of a great vocalist is the ability to make the audience feel everything you are singing about. A great vocalist can capture their audience within the first few minutes. Vocal style, charisma and the ability to capture¬† your audience quickly (make them feel and believe what you are singing) are all major aspects […]

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Sing Your Way to Good Health

Singing may very well be a skill, a talent and an art form but can it really be a good form of EXERCISE??? Absolutely YES!  When you sing, your singing works many muscles and muscle groups in your body. When you sing from your diaphragm, your lungs, stomach and abdominal muscles (abs) will all get a good work […]

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How to Master the 3 Types of Singing Voices

Did you know that you have 3 different voices? When singing and speaking, there are 3 different types of voices that may be used: the chest voice the head voice and the falsetto voice. For instance, when talking, people will either use their chest voice or their head voice but it is more common for […]

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Learn the Secrets to Sight Reading

If you are new to sight reading and you want to learn how to do it, then you’ve come to the right place! The term sight reading refers to the ability to read and sing a piece of written sheet music at first sight, without having seen it or rehearsed it before. I know this […]

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Want to Sing Better? Learn to relax!

Step 1 in preparing the body for a performance or practice is to "Learn to Relax".   Rotate your head to allow the muscles in your neck and upper shoulders to relax. Dip your chin to your chest and hold your head there for the count of 5 (1-2-3-4-5). You should be breathing in through your nose and out through your mouth. […]

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10 Secrets to Getting Started in Singing

So You Want to Sing? Here's a list of the 10 Secrets you need to know: Find a place to practice without distractions. Set a time of 30 minutes to an hour each day for rehearsal. I recommend one hour per day at the least; and try to get in a practice 5 or 6 days a […]

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