humidity and your singing voice

Humidity and Your Singing Voice

Don't Let Your Voice Dry Out Every singer has experienced this:  you keep drinking water and yet your throat feels constantly dry.  This can be caused by low humidity levels in

Three Ways To Have Better Voice Lessons

Doing prep work and getting in the proper frame of mind can turn a good voice lesson into a great one, or even into a major vocal breakthrough. These magic lessons
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Voice Lessons and Sexual Harassment

Voice Teachers and Sexual Harassment It took me a long time to write this article. I suppose I’m a bit hesitant to shine a light on a dark little corner of
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Is Your Voice Teacher a Stalker?

Not a stalker in the boil-your-pet-rabbit-on-the-stove sense, but in pressuring you to study with them and only them. I’ve seen it before, voice teachers using the authority and trust given by
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A Common Singing Mistake

By now, most singers and voice teachers know that taking the lower register too high, or “pulling chest” is wrong.  It limits range and can cause a host of vocal
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One Secret of Vowel Modification

Of course, there are no secrets, just concepts not everyone is aware of - but the title got you here, didn’t it? Here’s my not really secret revelation: Vowels are different
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7 Reasons Your Singing Is Not Improving – COPY

WHY YOU’RE NOT GETTING BETTERYou’ve got a shelf full of singing books, a popular singing CD course and you practice regularly.  You might even be taking private lessons, yet you
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Failure Can Be Your Best Friend

My Personal Flaming Train Wreck   The moment is etched in my memory like a scar from a childhood fall.  I had been studying singing for a number of months, so very
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3 Tips To Help You Practice Correctly

Am I Doing This Right?   It’s a common problem for serious singers.  They take lessons with an experienced teacher, who guides them into vocal balance – only to find themselves frustrated