Category Archive: Vocal Exercises

Jun 21

The Secret Voice Exercises Celebrities Don’t Want You to Know

Many would be actors and actresses dream of becoming their favorite superstar. They dream of becoming the future George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston or Nicole Kidman.  They work hard going through drama school and acting classes to perfect their acting skills. Just as the superstars of their dreams, delivering those believable …

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Apr 11

Foods to Eat Before Singing and How to Eat Your Way to Success

Foods for Voice

You may not want to believe it but the foods that you eat before you sing can actually help or hurt you. When signing you are using your diaphragm and if you eat too much and become full or you don’t eat the right food you can have a problem taking in a deep breath …

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Apr 04

The Five Components of Vocal Production Every Singer Should Know

The human voice is a very complex instrument. Since you can’t hear what your own voice sounds like you need to have a teacher that has a really good ear for picking up the different sounds that your voice is making. Knowing the components of vocal production makes it easier for the student to understand …

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Jan 08

Exercises to Develop a Mature Singing Voice

A frequent question that crops up from many younger male singers is what is the quickest way to develop a more mature singing voice. While there is no single guaranteed path to success for anyone, these are several tips that expert vocal coaches recommend to deepen a person’s voice. But firstly, it helps to understand …

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Jan 06

An Example of How Voice Exercises Can Help You

This is a prime example of how voice exercises can add tangible value to your life. You too can develop a silky smooth golden voice by diligently practicing vocal exercises a few times a day. Pay special attention to what the man says at 1:08. No one is born with a golden voice. It is …

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Jan 03

Vocal Training with Ear and Pitch Exercises

Vocal Training

At the most fundamental level, good singing is about recognizing and hitting a certain note correctly and in succession. Many adept musicians have their ears trained to automatically recognize a note’s pitch, so that they can reproduce the correct notes without necessarily listening to the song again. If you want to improve as a singer, …

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Jan 02

Vocal Technique and Sound Placement

Vocal Technique

To improve voice control, aspiring singers should diligently practice improving their vocal technique. This involves mastering the middle range of the voice. All singers possess a “breaking point,” which is a range of notes that lie within the chest voice and head voice. To eliminate the croakiness and loss in quality of sound in hitting …

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Jan 01

Voice Control Exercises

Voice Control

Many people have difficulty singing the mid range of scales during the transition from low to high notes. This is commonly referred to as “the bridge” or the “breaking point.” When singers encounter the bridge, they can often sound like they are running out of breath, funny voice, or completely out of tune. However, by …

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Dec 24

How to Improve Voice Resonance

voice resonance

Voice resonance is often referred to as the quality of someone’s voice. I am sure that everyone has heard the sound of his or her voice on the telephone or answering machine before. Is your voice deep, rich and full? Or is it high, sharp, and penetrating. The sound of your voice that you hear …

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Dec 10

10 Habits Every Good Singer Should Have

This post features the top 10 good singing habits every vocalist should practice. Abdominal breathing Good posture Breathing during natural pauses Keeping your chin level Keeping your head up Maintaining relaxed shoulders Keeping the front of your neck loose and not over stretching the limits of your voice Relaxing the abdominal muscles Keeping the back …

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