Tag: vocal fatigue
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.
Try these vocal tools to help your tongue relax as you work your soft palate awareness into your speaking and singing….
When speaking or singing, what do you do when you feel vocal strain?
Here’s a list of problem-solving ideas to keep you in the solution and using your voice with more freedom and ease…
Stop. Put the music down. Building the connected relationship with your voice-body comes first. I want to help you find the music in and on your body and to do that – I would like you to sloooooow down and take it note-by-note, step-by-step… Just for fun, put the music […]
In this week’s video teaching I give you strategies to help you lean into the painful emotions and get the deep work done anyway.
To take our art, our message to the next level we must always be looking for those elements of our presentations or performances that are not meeting our expectations and do our absolute best to make those elements better.
Learn about principle #3 of “Deliberate Practice” as shared by Geoff Colvin in his best selling book – Talent is Overrated: “Feedback on results is continuously available.”
And this week’s “deliberate practice” principle is… are you ready?
“It can be repeated a lot.”
Just like last week’s lesson – don’t be fooled by the simplicity of this statement.
The “it” and the how are the differentiating factors in the repetition.