A resource for singers and songwriters

singer's blog

Welcome to my web site!

I sincerely hope that this resource will help you in your music career. Whether you want to get signed or simply want to improve your vocal skills – here you’ll find answers to many of your questions.

Here you’ll find articles related to the mysteries of music business, learn how to get a record deal with a major label, and find out how to create a quality song demo of your own. You will also find articles on mastering your vocal skills, get vocal lessons from professionals in this field, and learn to cope with your voice.

At the top menu you’ll find articles not directly related to singing. Those are about music business and record deals. The blog beneath is dedicated to articles on vocal and singing. It will be constantly renewed by new entries on vocal lessons and other aspects of singer’s life.

How to Get Your Voice to Work for You

Training your voice, as you may have guessed, means learning to coordinate and strengthen the muscles in your larynx so you can sing with speech-level posture over a wide pitch and dynamic range. Coordination and strength an?

All you should know about vocal practicing

How soon in my training program can I expect to sing high notes easily?

Immediately, since in our approach there is no strain involved in the production of tone anywhere in one's range. You must move quickly into the extreme ranges to ensure that you don't get locked in to any one part of your range.

What about teachers who say you should build your middle range before you try to extend it up or down?

Singing through entire range

You should be able to sing through your entire range – from the lowest notes of your chest voice, up through the highest notes of your head voice – in a smooth, even, or what we call connected manner, and still maintain a relaxed speech-level posture.

Singing low notes

The Young Voice F.A.Q.

How do you teach young voices, say under fifteen years of age?

For both boys and girls, basic musicianship should begin as soon as possible. A stringed instrument such as violin, viola or cello is good to learn, li gives the youngster a feeling of long, continuous, bowed lines, and a „vibratoed“ quality of tone which is indeed similar to the singing voice. Piano and guitar are also very good as they will help in the later study of harmony and be useful as a means of self-accompaniment. Naturally, with all instruments, the involvement with reading music and rhythm is invaluable.

How your voice works best: techniques of Speech-Level Singing

Most singers use excessive muscular effort when they sing. Muscles the body normally uses to chew and swallow food, as well as open the (throat wider when it needs to get oxygen into the lungs quickly, are used to manipulate the larynx – forcing it up or down. This is done to accomplish a difficult pitch, increase intensity, or „improve“ the quality of one's tone. We call these muscles the outer muscles, because they are located outside the larynx.