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     Six pillars to help you build a strong and

confident singing voice.


To be a great singer, you need to learn how to develop the micro muscle groups that are responsible for creating, pitch, tone and volume. Professional singers learn how to, isolate and strengthen these micro muscles and in the process, they build a stronger more powerful and confident singing voice. 
  • Learning the correct exercises to stretch out and destress your vocal chords helps you to gain range.

  • Vocal flexibility is necessary to gain range and improve tone.

  • Conditioning the vocal chords and the micro muscle groups responsible for creating pitch and volume and sustain.

  • Vocal conditioning gets the voice fit when you develop these muscles singing becomes easier.

  • Learn the isolation exercises the "pros" use to strengthen the voice and build unbelievable vocal power.

  • Strengthening the voice (the right way) is the quickest safest method to building your vocal power.

  • Resonance is best described as the tonal qualities in your voice. Professional singers know how to use the resonating cavaties found through the body to amplify the rich vibrations created by your vocal chords.

  • Learning how to use your whole body to create rich resonance is the fastest way to improve your vocal tone. 

  • The voice is a wind instrument. Learn how to breath and correctly support your voice from the diaphragm. The more diaphragm support you have the less strain you place on your vocal chords and the bigger your sound will become. Singing from the diaphragm, will unlock more voice power and expand your vocal range. This is also known as vocal compression, vocal compression is the secret for ironing out the cracks between your registers and connecting your voice into one long connected note from low to high. Every recording artist relies on vocal compression to deliver a voice that sounds bigger, richer and fuller.

  • Creating the right spaces in the back of the throat and releasing unwanted tension around the laranyx.

  • Singing with a closed throat automatically chokes off your range and kills off your tone.

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