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Most singers experience some kind of change when singing from the bottom to the top of their voice. Some people call it their “break,” “bridge,” or “that horrible place where it all falls apart!”…

If you sing at all, you’ve likely heard the term “head voice” and wondered what it actually refers to. Is it breathy and light? Is it powerful and operatic? Can only women sing in head voice?…

When it comes to choosing a microphone, singers are often looking for THE best microphone for vocals.…

“When people say artists are born with natural talent, you’re not. You have to really learn and really practice.” –Ed Sheeran…

So you want to become a singer, but you have SO many questions about where to start! …

I can’t sing. I’m tone deaf. I can’t carry a tune in a bucket. We’ve all heard people say these things, and maybe even said them about ourselves. Which brings us to the question:…

This is easily one of the most common questions we get from singers. . . but the question itself poses a small problem!…

As voice teachers, we regularly help our students with multiple vocal challenges — but few of us probably deal with the range of clients this week’s guest has.…

Let’s take a closer look at what this concept of support is all about.…

Have you ever wondered whether belting is safe? Or have you had a voice teacher who didn’t allow you to belt because it was for SURE going to ruin your voice?…

Maggie Rogers was just a college student when she first met Pharrell Williams at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU.  They were asked to prepare a song and bring it to class to be critiqued. She had no…