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Getting rid of vocal breaks / Free Vocal Tip / Singing Lesson

Vocal Compression is a fundamental concept to grasp so you can bridge & connect your chest voice and head voice together in one seamless tone. Vocal cord adduction is a simple muscle movement but a difficult one to master. To keep from “pulling chest” you have to keep the sound small and focused.


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Singing Lessons : How to Become an Opera Singer

In order to become an opera singer, an individual will need to undergo years of professional training and practice. Find out how to absorb opera music by listening and learning different languages with help from a vocal coach in this free video on opera singers.

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