Category Archive: Voice Control

Jul 21

Sing High Notes With Confidence and Precision

Singing High Notes

Many singers want to know how do professionals sing high notes with such strength and richness. The notes that fall within your normal speaking voice range are easy to sing, but higher notes are notoriously difficult for beginners. If you’d like to learn how to sing high notes without compromising your vocal quality, use these …

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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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Mar 17

5 Myths About How to Sing Well

how to sing well

Anyone can learn how to sing well. However, with that said, people have been circulating some really bad advice about how to sing. Some of the advice that is going around can damage a voice so badly that this damage can become permanent. Here are five of the most common myths about how to sing …

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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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