How to Develop Your Head Voice Using Your Pharyngeal Resonator
If like so many people around the world you have never really been able to find your head voice, this article will talk a little bit about the quickest way into your head voice without the cracks and the breaks. In layman’s terms, this article will aim to help you find your head voice so you can begin to expand your range. As you build up what is called your pharyngeal resonator, this technique will allow you to sing with more vocal freedom as you slide in between your head and chest registers. You’ll also begin to learn how to blend your head voice with your chest voice so they mix well into one.Discovering Your Niche
I launched my first year of teaching the piano over 20 years ago. Back then I noticed two high school students showing two different attitudes towards the music I had assigned them to practice. Lessons books were assigned at their level of skillful playing. I would say that both of the piano students were playing at Level Four which is for the late intermediate-early advanced player.Why to Learn Acoustic Guitar First?
Acoustic Guitar is called as ‘The Beginner Instrument’. This article briefs why beginners should start learning acoustic first & not by directly picking up electric guitar.The Top 3 Simple Ways to Prevent Vocal Strain When You Sing
If you have only experienced vocal strain when you sing and want to get out of that hell hole, then you will need to first understand the way your voice is actually meant to travel… especially when you sing. We normally speak from the throat, and when we shout (see some politicians), we would usually feel the strain in the throat also. So let’s move away from talking and screaming for a moment. Let’s say you now want to use your voice to sing. Now because we don’t murmur when we sing, your natural reflex would be to shout because you want to be heard. This article will aim to show you how to retrain your voice to prevent vocal strain when you sing.Learning How to Read Music – Introduction
Do you have a dream to play a musical instrument, sing or write songs? Learning how to read music is a critical skill set that you will need to be a successful musician. Some compare it to being literate. I would agree with that assessment. Believe it or not learning how to read music can be surprisingly easy and fun. You just need to have a little motivation, a good plan and some encouragement as you learn.Vocal Training Mini-Course: Correcting the Top Singing Mistakes (Part 1 of 5)
If you’ve ever desired tips and tricks to correcting common singing mistakes, then this article will show you how to kit your very own diagnostic toolbox. It’s certainly a good thing to get training by a tutor, but having a couple of ideas on how to correct common mistakes that most singers struggle with would be good for you to know. A lot of my really serious-about-singing students come away with tons of tricks to fixing minor problems, and have admitted to how handy this is for them to have.