Sing with Resonance Part 1 / Singing Lessons / Rock the Stage NYC
In this episode, master vocal coach Kevin Richards shows you a way to discover and train resonance in your singing voice.
Lots of singers have problems with vocal resonance, because the notes they are singing either don’t have enough breath support, not enough resonance, too much vocal muscle strain or they have too much breath support. Resonance is the key to achieving balance in your vocal performance.
Proper resonance allows your vocals to sound clear and bright, allowing for less “push” to be heard over loud music. Properly tuned resonance also gives the singer the ability to sing into mixed voice and relieve a lot of the strain of “pulling chest”.
Tags: vocal resonance. pulling chest, how to sing, singing, singer, head voice, chest voice, vocal break, low notes, extend range, vocal lesson, free lesson, vocals, voice, breath support, high notes, vocal range, singing on pitch
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