(Re)Learning How to Sing and Overhauling Singing Technique

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In this video, I talk about coming to the realization that, after having revised my artistic goals, my existing technique was no longer serving my (new) artistic needs. So, I had to overhaul my technical approach to singing in response. It’s a frustrating and discouraging process, but we can stay motivated by remembering a few things that I list in this video.


5 thoughts on “(Re)Learning How to Sing and Overhauling Singing Technique

  1. Kaela Mautz says:

    It’s really really nice to hear this from another voice teacher because being unstable in my voice constantly makes me question if I should be teaching… I’m crossing over from classical to pop and I learned that I did not know how to use my chest or mix voice properly at all so it’s been a slow process with a lot of instability and voice cracking lol. It’s weird because I feel I have much less control of my voice now but I know I’m going toward a better result in the long run.

    1. singwisevocals says:

      Oh my goodness! Your story sounds so much like my own. Until a few years ago, I had no chest mix at all. And I’ve had exactly the same questions and doubts. Hang in there!

    2. Kaela Mautz says:

      singwisevocals thank you. I’m sure we are both better teachers because of it.

  2. Chris Sparks says:

    I am always frustrated! I love my baroque music but I don’t think I can sing it well. So I resort back to 80’s pop music or pop music in general. I have truly not found my passion for singing so I keep poking around with different genres of music.

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