Any technique you want to improve on, be it belting, range or head voice - there are vocal exercises for that. Here I have made a video tutorial for each vocal purpose.
My rule: the tutorials in the posts below come into play in the third part of a practice session, after starting with doing bodywork and a warm-up (which is a set of vocal exercises in its own right).
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I remember teachers telling me to close my vocal cords, and occasionally do other stuff …continue reading
The number one controversy in singing advice must be breath support. So before I’ll come …continue reading
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