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HOW TO SING BETTER: Learning to Like Your Own Singing Voice

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Very often, we’re focused on what we don’t like about our singing voices, or what’s wrong with them. This kind of thinking is unproductive and unhealthy.

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  1. Mmm… that’s a hard one. I’ll go with my range and my brightness, which I can use to contrast the fairly heavy and rhythm-centric music I like to sing.

  2. I thought about it and I guess it’s that I still can deliver a performance on a few types of song that I like, despite having never studied the voice or singing at all really. I sang a couple I’d not done for years the other day and it was alright. My voice hasn’t been ruined by my unhealthy younger years either. It isn’t that good at all, but can be cajoled into doing a few of the things I like, so I can’t complain really.

  3. I like my deeper pitches (despite the fact that I’m obsessed with increasing my upper range) and how I sound when I’m being more expressive. Thanks for the video!

  4. I have a question for you.  What is the process you usually go through on the first lesson with a new student?  Do you do set things like check for range and passagio and write it down and file it?

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