Singing Tips Category: Singing Technique

How to Fix FLAT SINGING

Learn how to fix Flat Singing. Flat Singing. No one chooses to sing notes that don’t quite hit the centre of the target. But alas, every voice does it. For many of you the idea of being heard to sing out of tune is akin to the embarrassment you might feel if you had to…

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Vocal Onsets and Offsets: Glottal, Aspirate and Simultaneous

Vocal Onsets and Offsets We’ve all heard the saying, “It’s not how you start that’s important! It’s how you finish!” Well in singing, that isn’t always the case…let’s talk, ‘Vocal Onsets and Offsets.’ Every note has a starting point and a finishing point. These two events have a massive impact on your singing style and…

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Messa Di Voce Singing Exercises

Messa Di Voce Singing Exercises Messa Di Voce singing exercises have been described as an apex singing skill requiring a solid vocal technique. So what is Messa di Voce and how can we learn to use this all-important ability? Messa di Voce drives stylistic interpretation and empowers emotional connection with the lyric. This Italian term has…

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Singing with Diphthongs

Singing with Diphthongs Everyone is singing with diphthongs. It may be an unusual word. But without them, we wouldn’t be able to communicate. So what are Diphthongs? How do we singers ensure we’re using them correctly? Dr Dan has the answers to these questions, as well as a couple of practical diphthong singing exercises in…

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How to Sing with a Breathy Tone

Breathy Tone Do you know how to Sing with a Breathy Tone? “Breath fuels the voice!” But did you also know that breath can fuel your stylistic feel? It can. Watch this video to find out how. If your voice is simply creating a breathy tone all the time, then allow me to sound the…

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How to REDUCE PHLEGM for Singing

7 Tips to Thin Mucus! Check out these seven tips to thin mucus. Thick, chunky, heavy, gross…these are all words used to describe that feeling we get when, due to illness, our chests and throats are congested with way too much phlegm. A phlegmy throat can be a nightmare for the singer, but there are…

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How to Sing with a STRONG HEAD VOICE

Develop a Strong Head Voice. How to Sing with a strong head voice. Big full notes sung using the lower register is only half the story. Even the most hardened rock singers will gain a lot from working and developing their upper registers; what some singers like to call their head voice. So let’s balance…

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It Takes a Village to Raise a Singer

Recently I saw a video by an online singing teacher who vigorously criticised another online singing teacher’s material and delivery thereof. The gist of the argument was, why pay hundreds of dollars for a vocal program when you can get it all for free here on YouTube. Sure, I hear the logic driving the argument,…

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How to Sing with a Belt Voice

Learn to Belt Sing Everyone one wants to learn to belt sing with their voice. Perhaps you want to understand what Belt Singing is or maybe you’re searching for exercises here on YouTube that will help you to develop a Belt sound. Well, stay tuned for the Belt explanation and exercises you’ve been searching for…

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How to Sing RIFFS and RUNS

How to Sing RIFFS and RUNS What do Beyoncé, Mariah Carey, Jessie J and Tori Kelly have in common? They all use vocal riffs as a part of their artistic signature. Actually, there are countless artists currently using riffs and runs to enhance their vocal performance. How can you take full advantage of this stylistic…

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