If you said “Yes”, then you are in the right place!
If you aren’t training your head voice, you are missing out. One of the biggest mistakes I see singers make is trying to limit themselves to just singing in their chest voice.
All About The Head Voice - What is the head voice?
The head voice is the higher, floatier part of your vocal range. It actually uses different muscle groups than your chest voice!
There are SO many different colors to the head voice. A lot of singers are tentative about singing in their head voice because they feel like it sounds breathy or weak, but it doesn’t have to be this way! Singers are also tentative about singing in head voice because in western music, we don’t often...
Vibrato is an amazing tool that you can use as a singer to monitor your improvement, freedom, efficiency, vocal tone, and vocal control.
This episode is for you if you’ve been wondering:
What is vibrato?
When does vibrato happen?
How do you control vibrato as a singer?
If you want to feel completely comfortable, confident, and in control of your voice feel free to check out this free training over how to sing like a paid pro without boring or pointless vocal warm-ups here >https://www.starsinger.co/singnow
How To Control Your Vibrato When Singing: What is vibrato?
The dictionary defines vibrato as “a rapid, slight variation in pitch in singing or playing some musical instruments, producing a stronger or richer tone”.
Wikipedia defines vibrato as “a musical effect consisting of a regular, pulsating change of pitch. It is used to add expression to vocal and instrumental music. Vibrato is typically categorized...
Joyce started singing back in Jr. High, and actually got kicked out of her first choir for having pitch issues! She didn’t want to let this get to her, though, so she kept singing! When she joined an adult choir in high school, she started...
I get a ton of questions over vocal fatigue or wanting to improve your vocal stamina. I get it! You want to control your voice and keep it healthy. I'm going to show you how you can sound amazing AND manage vocal fatigue.
What is vocal fatigue and what are some signs of vocal fatigue?
The magic ratio of glottal resistance vs airflow
The recommended vocal exercises for airflow
How to solve problems within the context of your songs through vocal exercises.
Solutions for airflow and pitch problems
How To Manage Vocal Fatigue - What is Vocal Fatigue?
Vocal fatigue could be when you hear a raspiness or breathiness when you sing or you feel a loss of access to some notes. One of the very first signs of vocal fatigue is when you lose access to a range of notes - if this happens to you, stop singing immediately!
Being aware of how your voice sounds and feels is so important because it is so easy to...
...Were told that you are out of tune when you sing
...That you need to work on your pronunciation
If you are having these thoughts, you are not alone!
All of these thoughts floating around in your head from yourself, our culture, and other people are not helping you to improve your singing, in fact, they are holding you back.
So how DO we get over those negative thoughts about our singing? That, and how to become a better singer overall, are exactly what we are going to go through here!
I'll show you the exact process that I use to help singers discover how to become a better singer, going from worried about how you sound to confident and in control of your voice with this free training >https://www.starsinger.co/singnow
How To Become A Better Singer - What does it mean to sound...
Rick Barker is the host of the Music Industry Blueprint Podcast, Former Manager of Taylor Swift. Co-Author of The $150,000 Music Degree. If you want to learn how to start a singing career, this is for you.
We chat about:
Rick's journey from radio host, to manager of Taylor Swift, to his online program The Music Industry Blueprint.
How the internet has changed the game for the music industry.
The roles and responsibilities of managers for singers and music artists.
Keeping solution-oriented and honest mentors in your life and the right group of people to help you.
Everyone needs a vocal coach and it is an ongoing process.
Slow down, be patient and focus on YOU and your craft.
Make investments in yourself first and then turn this into a business and career.
The 4 best ways to market your music for free.
How To Start A Singing Career - Rick’s Journey
Nearly 30 years ago, Rick got his start in the music industry in radio. He...
If you've released an album, or want to learn how to release a single, album, or EP... you are not going to want to miss this. Bree Noble shares the secrets of how to release a single so that it's a success!
We go over:
The most strategic way to release your music.
The biggest mistakes that people make when releasing their albums.
The old music industry vs. the new music industry.
The best time to release your album
How long does it take in order to release an album and really get the most out of it?
How can we ensure a successful release?
Want to make sure that your vocals are on point before your next album release? I've created a free training that goes through the 4 step Pro Singer System so that you can feel comfortable, confident, and in total control of your voice on stage and in the recording studio. We go over this inside the free training here > https://www.starsinger.co/singnow