The nasally sound is whiny and unpleasant. It’s quite acceptable if you are a country singer. It is a big no-no if you are singing pop, rap, choir and other contemporary songs.
If you search the internet, you’ll find a lot of terms related to singing, informing people about the way to sing correctly and how to sing in mixed voice. Since there may be some people who are not aware about the definition of the term mixed voice, you’ll find it in reading this article. Mixed […]
At the onset of practicing sight singing, it is often advantageous to learn the basic sight-singing practices. What Is Sight Singing? The Italian equivalent of sight reading is “prima vista” which means “at first sight.” Sight-reading or prima vista is the process of reading and at the same time performing at first glance a musical […]
Vocal fry is not merely a vocal effect that a singer produces in their singing performance. In fact, it’s one of the singing techniques that a singer can use to improve the voice culture and feel of the song.
Solo performance in singing may be a difficult thing to do, so, if you want to be a member of group singers, you should learn how to sing in harmony. However, you might think that it’s a lot easier to sing with a group and learn the basics in singing with proper blending and harmony. […]
What is an Ad-lib? Well for this question, we can say that an ad-lib is an improvisatory technique used in music. An ad-lib adds more value to a song and is referred to as the main seasoning added to a song.
Belting is a singing technique by which a singer sings higher pitches using his or her chest voice. The results are louder and stronger than what can be achieved with low head voice. Voice has two main registers; head voice and chest voice. The head voice represents sounds of a higher register while the chest […]
Creating harmony parts is not that easy. In some tracks, harmonies seem invisible while in others, they compose the whole song. Our goal is to help you learn more about harmonies and the concept of the three parts harmonies. The 3-parts include; LH (lower harmony) M (melody) UH (upper harmony)
Vocal cord closure is one of the most important foundations of singing good vocals and notes. When you speak or sing, the vocal cords come together to meet at the center of the throat. If you want to become a great singer with a powerful voice, learn how to strengthen your voice by doing regular […]