Tag Archive: singing

Nobody “Nose” The Trouble I’ve Seen

taken from www.tips.life

Nobody “Nose” The Trouble I’ve Seen Are your breathing habits making it harder for you to sing?             No matter what kind of singing you do, you know how important exhalation is as a source of power for your voice. Diaphragmatic and abdominal muscle coordination determine how much and how …

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“Float the Sound!”

choirs come in all shapes, sizes, and sounds! Every conductor will ask for something different... so how do we adapt?

“Float the Sound!” Singing jargon and the quest for vocal health           Those of you who have met me and been unfortunate enough to get me ranting about arbitrary images as a limited tool for explaining to singers what you want them to do, know that I whole-heartedly reject this practice. …

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The HOTTER Singer Dilemma

singing-into-the-fan

The HOTTER Singer Dilemma Why more moisture in the air isn’t necessarily a good thing for your voice             High Humidity is often overlooked when thinking about vocal issues because we have been taught: voice + moisture = good! From the earlier discussion about low humidity, we know that moisture …

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Vocomotion

the thinker

Vocomotion (potentially excessive) Musings on the voice for a forward-thinking world           Science and Music have never stood in outward opposition, and yet there has been an almost tangible polarity between the two academic circles. For example, the reaction I get when I tell people my undergrad is in Science and …

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Welcome to The VoiceNotes

music

Willkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome!           It’s finally here! I have spent tireless hours constructing, deconstructing, and reconstructing the concepts of this website in my mind, and countless more (with the help of WordPress and friends who know a bit about code) bringing those ideas to fruition.             …

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