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Tone and Resonance

Tone and Resonance Singing is produced by the same anatomical structures.  Sound made by the vibration of the vocal cords as air from your lungs passes through The vocal cords/folds) are two bands of elastic muscle tissue. They are located side by side in the voice box (larynx) just above the windpipe (trachea).  These membranes […]
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Voice Registers

Voice Registers Voice register is a term used to describe the difference in tones produced by the human voice in varied ranges. People who sing may have noticed that they experience sensations in different parts of the body, depending on what range they sing in. This can be attributed to the presence of different vocal […]

Vocal Health

Vocal Health Do you have a problem with your voice or vocal health? Has your voice become hoarse or raspy? Have you lost your ability to hit some high notes when singing? Does your voice suddenly sound deeper? Does your throat often feel raw, achy, or strained? Has it become an effort to talk? Do […]

Scales and Vocal Exercises

Scales and vocal exercises Singing exercises will improve the strength, flexibility and stamina of your vocal cords.  We have included a few exercises here that will help you learn to sing, but they don’t replace advice from your own vocal coach/singing teacher/choir leader if you have one. You should always gently warm-up your voice before […]

Singing – Ross Campbell

Singing – Ross Campbell “SINGING – AN EXTENSIVE HANDBOOK FOR ALL SINGERS AND THEIR TEACHERS”   written by the internationally renowned Singing Specialist, Teacher & Performer  ROSS CAMPBELL to go directly to purchase please click here: The HARDBACK has been professionally designed so: It is a large enough size for the diagrams and musical exercises to […]
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Singing Tips

Top Singing Tips Improve your singing with Successful Singing and our free singing tips and resources. Whether you are a professional singer, sing in a band or community choir. Perhaps you join in at your  local on the karaoke, or just sing in the shower, there’s something here for everyone.     Why not pick […]
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How To Read Music

How To Read Music Learning to read the notated language of music is not really any harder than learning any other technical jargon and skills. Written music has been developed over thousands of years and even the current form of music we read today has been around for over 300 years.   Written music will […]
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About Your Voice

About Your Voice.   Your voice is the sound made by vibration of the vocal cords caused by air passing out through the larynx bringing the cords closer together. The vocal cords (also known as vocal folds) are two bands of elastic muscle tissue. They are located side by side in the voice box (larynx) just […]
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Find Your Vocal Range

How To Find Your Vocal Range Every singer would like to know what their voice type is.  Try our easy to use video to help you discover what range you sing in. Simply hum or sing ‘la’ along to each note that you can comfortably sing. On screen you will see a code appear each time […]

Vocal Warm Up

Vocal Warm Up Singers are like dancers and athletes – they need to warm up before they perform. You will never see a dancer launch themselves into a routine without properly warming up their bodies beforehand.  This is because their muscles are not ready for what is being asked of them, they are not prepared […]

Lutgen Vocalises – Vocal Exercises

Lutgen Vocalises – Vocal Exercises The aim of these vocalises is to render the voice sufficiently flexible and mellow to execute easily and elegantly the colorature and embellishments found in the works of our great composers. They are intended to be, for the singer, what Czerny’s School of Velocity is for the pianist. Proceeding from […]
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Xtreme Vocals

If you want to spend more time making music and less time bogged down in mind numbing theory, then this book is for you. The Xtreme series provides a funky and fresh teaching method for beginners through a series of easy-to-follow lessons, exercises, true stories and superstar tips. Whether it be electric guitar, drums, DJing […]
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Advanced Vocal Technique: Middle Voice, Placement and Style

A follow-up to the highly successful Vocal Technique – A Guide To Finding Your Real Voiceby Dena Murray and Tia Hutchison. Helps you to get the vocal sound you desire in whichever style you choose. Includes various vocal technique exercises. Includes jazz, country, R&B, Pop and Rock styles. The CD contains demonstrations, exercises and full-band […]
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Vocal Techniques Developing Your Voice for Performance

With this DVD – Vocal Techniques Developing Your Voice for Performance, enhance your singing career by learning proper vocal techniques to help prevent injuries and maximise your potential. Featured exercises will help you gain technical and expressive command of your voice. Lessons include: warm-ups, posture, breathing, tone, maintaining vocal health, and improving stamina, range and […]
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The Um Pah Collection of Vocal Warm up Exercises

The Um Pah Collection of Vocal Warm Up Exercises (CD with Printable Piano Score) is for adults and younger voices (ages 10 upwards) and contains 10 singing exercises, vocal games and tongue-twisters – all technically valuable, stimulating and great fun (especially as they get faster and faster!). You can listen to the performance tracks, sing […]
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Learn to Sing

Learn To Sing Learn To Sing with Successful Singing. We have lots of online advice and articles to help you learn to sing. Use our vocal exercises, scales and voice lessons, to help strengthen and develop your singing voice. Whether you’re a novice or seasoned singer our videos and exercises will help you get the […]

Posture for Singers

Posture It is very important to consider your posture when you sing.   You use your voice as an instruments, and like all instruments, you should know how to hold them correctly.   When we sing, we use our heads, throats, chest and abdomen to create our sound, so it is important that we maintain a posture […]
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