TIPS ON TONE BY MORGAN ST. JEAN

“The main thing that I’ve learned is that taking care of your voice is a full-time job. I really had to learn to maintain a lifestyle that allows my voice to function at the highest level every day. When my voice is feeling good I’m so much happier...

TIPS ON TONE BY CHANDLER MOGEL

All-natural vocal sprays like Clyor might be great for comforting the voice, but they are no substitute for correct technique. They are not magic pills. There is no substitute for singing properly and the best tip to keep your voice healthy is to sing constantly!...

TIPS ON TONE BY CARI COLE

Tip #1: Build your vocal strength by training– HARD! A stunning range, striking tone, a fabulous belt voice — all that vocal gold doesn’t happen by accident. It’s hard-won by singers who train, and train often. The most reliable way to develop an...

TIPS ON TONE BY ALEXA FERR

1. When I was first starting out, although you can’t really teach emotion and feeling, I wish someone would have told me to really put yourself in the position of what you are singing about. Truly visualize the situation and how the writer felt (if you are...

TIPS ON TONE BY ALEXA FERR

1. When I was first starting out, although you can’t really teach emotion and feeling, I wish someone would have told me to really put yourself in the position of what you are singing about. Truly visualize the situation and how the writer felt (if you are...

TIPS ON TONE BY NATASHA REMI

Tips for Aspiring Performers: Be prepared. Show up ready to work. Be performance ready for rehearsals so you can focus on fine-tuning instead of still learning music on the spot. Be committed. Even if it’s a small job, even if it seems insignificant, work ethic is...

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