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The Mix

Picture a house Realise that within your one house there are different rooms, and to get from room to room we have to go through the door. Your voice is no different. We have one voice… ONE voice. Your voice IS your house, but within this one voice there are many...
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Three things a singer can control when doing voice warm ups

Do you ever get that feeling when it seems like your voice won’t do what you want it to do, like it has a mind of its own? We have all felt that at some point in our singing journey. Well, you have more control over the function of your talking or singing voice than...
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Three Key Ways To Build Your Confidence Singing Live

Confidence or Competence: This is how the dictionary defines these two words: Confidence. • A feeling of self-assurance arising from one’s appreciation of one’s own abilities or qualities: she’s brimming with confidence | [in sing.] he would walk up those steps with a...
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Vocal Training for Singing: Vocal Style vs. Technique Part 1

In the 10 years that I have been working as a vocal coach & vocal instructor in London, there seems to have been some consistent confusion about vocal technique; which technique is right and which one isn’t, which vocal technique works efficiently & which...
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Voice Training For Singing: Technique vs. Vocal Style Part 2

Style So what is vocal style and what does it look, feel and sound like? Vocal style is about being able to freely express your feelings with your voice using a never-ending spectrum of different vocal: pallets, colours, sounds and nuances that help a singer paint an...
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Vocal Demo: Sleep in the middle by Blu Cantrell

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How To Improve Your Voice: Adapting A Cover Song Melody

Adapting or modifying the melody of a song is an important aspect of a vocalist making a song his or her own rather than attempting to copy the original note for note. That being said, I believe its good practice for singers to respect the song’s original melody. As a...
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How To Improve Your Voice: Creating Contrast In A Song

Quincy Jones referred to this as ‘ear candy’. Vocal contrast is about creating different shades of colour with a voice and teaching this is a lot of fun for both the singer and myself as a vocal coach. A good way of teaching this is to have a singer study different...
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Vocal Essentials

The Essentials of Voice Warm Ups for Singers How much control over your voice do you have? Proper voice warm ups are the heart and soul of voice training for singing. The best performers are the ones that have full control over their breathing, the function of their...
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