Singing Lessons: Sing with Freedom, Ease and Balance with this “Tao of Voice” Vocal Exercise



Do you experience vocal fatigue? Strain or tension? How about vocal hoarseness after singing?

Sometimes, despite our best intentions, as we developing our voices we can end up with an unwanted side-affect — pushing.

In the book, the Tao of Voice, author, teacher, and singing coach, Stephen Chun-Tao Cheng, shares an exercise that I have found helpful in over-riding the “pushing” side affect.

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How to Sing in Head Voice / Beginner Singers / Rock the Stage / Free Vocal Tips



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In this video Kevin Richards demonstrates the first step in learning how to sing in head voice for the beginner singer. Step 1 involves using a hooty, light sound on the word “Who” and gently yawning it back down into chest voice.

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