Author: Diana Yampolsky
Please note: The below article is meant to be a humorous essay on the all too frequent use of various incorrect vocal techniques. As the disclaimer often goes: Do not take it directly and do not try this at home!
I thought that in this article I would vent a little of my frustration and have some fun while sharing some of the insights I’ve gained over the years regarding myths about learning to sing.Continue reading How NOT to Become a Singer (And Work Harder at Doing It)
By Laura Terry
As singing tutors demand you to focus on singing by using your diaphragm, you may curiosity however it’s enduring to better your singing. Coaching teachers advise you to rehearse vocal breathing exercises.
Using your diaphragm for breathing itself is not easy and using it for singing is still more difficult. The fact is that diaphragmatic breathing and diaphragmatic singing have nothing to do with good singing, leave alone improving the quality of singing.
I don’t think that practicing of your singing skill have nothing to do with your singing quality. After all, our purpose of practice singing exercise is solely to improve our singing skill and quality. In fact, it’s related to the speech level singing where it is the best combination of breathing, speech and singing.Continue reading The Best Vocal Breathing Exercises