Tag: singing warm-up
This tool was a game changer for me. It has helped me and countless students sing better…with less strain and more freedom, and make a bigger impact on their audiences. Add this to you every part of your singing world and feel the benefits.
Your resonance is what makes the color of your sound… your tone. Understanding what your resonators are may help allow for a sound that not only feels better, but sound better as well…less strain, less breathiness, less push, or more natural volume.
In this video I share a brief overview of resonance and offer some ideas on how to use them.
Click the video below to see why I created this useful practice tool and how I used it to support me in having a really fun, vocally strong and audience-pleasing performance.
“Easy” – it is a term I use often when describing elements of the vocal technique that I teach. Last week I heard from a viewer that said, “Tricia, singing is not easy!” Here’s my response…
Let’s shift your neck-reaching, voice-straining habit and move to singing with ease and freedom… and achieve as a result a better sound, longer career, and more confidence.
Do you want more ease in your sound? Do you desire a richness to your tone? Do you long to sing and speak with more resonance and freedom? This lesson may unlock your authentic voice and make sharing your passion easier… Last week one of my youtube viewers asked some questions […]
Don’t miss this podcast interview with singer, director, and instructor Doug Nagel. He shares valuable performing and career tools to help you create the thriving singer’s life you deserve!
Creating a yawning space while singing has long been a part of vocal pedagogy. Today let’s learn the benefits of this natural and simple yawn action and see what big pay-offs it has for your voice.
Change Your Singing By Changing Your Perspective In my voice studio, I often use words like play, experiment, feel, and imagine. I incorporate untraditional movements into the lesson time; the goal being to override vocal muscle-memory and allow a space for the student to see their potential in a new light. This […]