One Way to Build the Vocal Pitch Independence Skill (VPI)
One Way to Build the Vocal Pitch Independence Skill For beginning and intermediate singers (and even some very skilled singers[...]
Why It Can Be Harder for the Beginning Guy Singer and What To Do About it
Why It Can Be Harder for the Beginning Guy Singer and What to Do About It What a lot of beginning[...]
What To Do When You Can’t Control Your Singing Progress?
"Focus on Progress, Not Perfection"...But What Do You Do When You Can't Control Your Progress? A Snippet From: Progress Isn't Always in[...]
Wednesday in the Group Class: Breathing: Putting it All Together
New in the Group Class: Breathing: Putting it All TogetherIn this group class, we'll be covering what it feels like[...]
One Way to Get Unstuck in Your Singing: Focus on Movement, Not Sound
One Way to Get Unstuck in Your Singing: Focus on Movement, Not SoundDo you ever get frustrated in your singing[...]
Common Question: Why Can’t I Sing with Instrumentals?
What if you can sing in tune...until you try to sing with a karaoke track or instrumental track? Does that[...]
Quora-ious Question: Can a Non-Singer Become a Halfway Decent Singer?
If you've never checked out Quora, you're missing out. It's an excellent resource website where people can ask questions[...]
What No One Told You About Expanding Your Vocal Range
In this video we'll be covering what most beginning singers miss when they attempt to expand their vocal range. Here's[...]
Singing in Tune Series How-To: The Listening Skill
Subscribe for a new video every month covering everything beginning singers want to know! In this[...]
Part 2: How to Know You’re Making Progress in Singing and Life
If you didn't read the last post of this series, make sure to check that out and subscribe to get[...]
How to Know You’re Making Progress in Singing and Life
How do you know you're making progress as a singer or in any part of your life? You have to[...]
What Makes your Voice Unique Part 6: The Demands of the Genre
The demands of the genre you're singing in can dictate the variety of sounds you're allowed to use, this of[...]
What Makes Your Voice Unique Part 5: The Genres You’ve Heard and Imitated
The music you vocally imitate can be part of what makes your voice stand out as an artist. Gary Levox[...]
What Makes Your Voice Unique Part 4: Your Musical Skill Level
What Makes Your Voice Unique Part 4: Your Musical Skill Level Your musical skill level, and how much of it[...]
What Makes Your Voice Unique Part 3: Vocal Skill Level
Vocal Skill Level Your vocal skill level also influences how unique your voice may be, because if you learn how[...]
What Makes Your Voice Unique Part 2: Your Vocal Habits
As I explained in my last article, genetics does play a (surprisingly small) role in your voice by determining, among[...]
Questions from the Quorious: How Do I Develop Vibrato?
There are many singers with absolutely fantastic technique that do not know how to have vibrato on a note. So[...]
Questions from Singers: How do have a more dynamic and entertaining performance?
Great question! There are many ways to create a more engaging performance, so today I'll just be focusing on the[...]
Six Quick Tips for Memorizing a Song When You’re Short on Time
1) Observe Record yourself singing or speaking through the lyrics without stopping (unless you've forgotten the rest of the song).[...]
Other Than Vocal Technique, What Else Can a Singer Do to Get Better?
Ear Training/Music Theory Ear training is a useful, often crucial, part of learning how to sing. Ear training enables you[...]
From the FAQ: What Exercises Have Made the Greatest Difference in Your Singing?
Many vocal exercises can give you great benefit, the questions that you need to answer before asking this question is:[...]
Why Can’t I Sing the Right Notes When I Sing with Karaoke?
Have you ever tried singing with a karaoke track, and realized you weren't sure if you were singing the right[...]
Muscle Memory Part 2: You Can Speak English but Don’t Know How
Usually within the first few minutes of hearing some speaking to me, I already have an idea of what will[...]
Muscle Memory Part One: Your Mind and Body’s Autocorrect
Muscle Memory is the brain/body's memorization of movements. When you speak throughout the day, you are practicing (i.e training your[...]
1-on-1 Voice Lessons: Group Participation not Required
I remember having a conversation with my sister-in-law who is a middle school history teacher. She has thirty eighth graders[...]