Musicians and Physical Tension
Do musicians really perform with ease? Or do they strain themselves unnecessarily?New Research Finds Singing Brings People Together Better Than You Think
Do you think you understand the importance of singing with others? New research will tell you otherwise.Top 3 Reasons Why Diaphragmatic Breathing Is Number 1 for Preparing Your Voice for Training
If you have only experienced difficulty with your breath control when you sing, then you might be missing out on a very simple technique that only deep diaphragmatic breathing exercises can help you develop. I hate to have to sound like a broken record at times, but breathing is everything–if you want to hold your notes like a pro. I know it might sound a little basic, AND predictable, but it will make a world of difference to your singing. The more your breathing gets in the way of your ability to sing flawlessly, the more you’ll want to learn the secret to good breath control. In this article, you’re going to be amazed to find just how effective a simple breathing exercise is for preparing the voice for training.Why I’m Glad I Learned Guitar
Learning to play guitar was something that I haven’t had to give up due to physical changes or lifestyle changes. It’s something I’ve taken with me and will continue to take with me.Music Instructors Should Practice What They Preach
Should a music instructor also be able to perform their instrument? Or does it actually matter?8 Reasons Why You Are Struggling to Hit the Right Pitch
If you’re not singing a song with good pitch, everyone can hear it. Whether you’re too sharp or too flat on certain notes will make or break a song. Imagine if you were listening to a band playing and the instruments were out of tune. The song may be recognizable, but it is certainly not as enjoyable to listen to under such circumstances. Well if you’re a singer, there’s a cure. Try following the suggestions below and see if there’s room for improvement.