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  • I hate my voice! If you're one of the many people who feel this way, you've come to the right place because you're about to learn why you hate your voice and how to fix it.

    Why You Hate Your Voice and How to Fix It

    Why You Hate Your Voice and How to Fix It

    by Audrey Hunt212

  • Singing while sick is not ideal, but for singers who perform a lot, it happens; when it does, vocalists often risk damage to their voices just to perform. To help, here are 15 tips for singing sick.

    15 Tips for Singing While Sick

    15 Tips for Singing While Sick

    by Meagan Earls1

  • Singers and speakers often acquire throat irritation. This interferes with the voice and interrupts the presentation, audition, recording session and show. Learn how to avoid these throat problems.

    Learn How to Avoid Throat Irritation When Singing

    Learn How to Avoid Throat Irritation When Singing

    by Audrey Hunt122

  • Have you wondered what your voice would sound like if you had perfect singing technique? Using the 'rag doll' exercise combined with 'the windmill' leads you directly to your natural voice. Here's how.

    How to Find Your Natural Singing Voice

    How to Find Your Natural Singing Voice

    by Audrey Hunt47

  • Learn how to sing quietly or softly. Just follow these simple exercises. Everything you want to know about making your voice sing soft.

    How to Sing Quietly or Softly

    How to Sing Quietly or Softly

    by Audrey Hunt43

  • The key to singing with clarity and good diction is learning how to form vowels. Each word you sing contains at least one vowel. Vowels help to carry the sound and takes the voice to a whole new level

    How to Sing the Five Basic Singing Vowels

    How to Sing the Five Basic Singing Vowels

    by Audrey Hunt62

  • Singing releases endorphins, feel-good chemicals, into your brain. This process works immediately bringing about positive psychological effects. Even if you think you can't carry a tune - sing!

    How Singing Affects Your Brain - Six Reasons to Sing

    How Singing Affects Your Brain - Six Reasons to Sing

    by Audrey Hunt65

  • A singer is a human wind instrument. Your body is like a straw. If you don't have good posture, your singing will suffer. What is good posture and what does it look like? Read on to find out.

    Why You Need to Have Good Posture When You Sing

    Why You Need to Have Good Posture When You Sing

    by Benny Ng2

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