The #1 Problem With Singing Onsets (Singing Lesson)

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Are you straining when you sing heavy, or wearing out your voice with a breathy sound? There is a better way! Balanced onsets are key.

6 thoughts on “The #1 Problem With Singing Onsets (Singing Lesson)”

  1. Thanks so much for this! You have such a great way of explaining and demonstrating things and I love it!
    Got a vocal lesson tomorrow so I’ll be able to put this into practice and see if I’m able to keep it balanced 🙂
    -Dion (Yeah it’s me again :3 )

    1. Good news! 🙂
      Those higher notes came easier when doing my song. I also found (from one of your recent videos) the comment about the sound being like concentrated or directed around the forehead really helped make my higher range less strained and less belted.

      Only problem I found was being in a small practice room made my voice feel as if it were sort of trapped in chest voice (Higher notes were more strained and fatiguing), but moving into our auditorium for the last few minutes had me able to sing more easier and freely.

      P.S. My vocal teacher reckons I’ve developed the coordination to start to become better at transitioning through my break from chest to head (Practicing with 5 note scale stuff)

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