A wobbly voice could mean your airflow is out of balance -says Mark Baxter.
You can combine different voice qualities to achieve a powerful effect -says Sophie Shear.
I hear a lot of "air"/hissing in my upper register - will vocal rest heal this?
A Cappella singing can help rock and pop solo singers by tuning their ear, warming up their tone, and boosting their creativity -says Mark De-Lisser.
A footballer will not be match fit until he has played a few games. You have to get gig fit –says Mark De-Lisser.
It's often said that one should warm down their voice after an intense singing rehearsal or workout. Speech-Language Pathologist Kristie Knickerbocker explains why.
This technique gives immediate results.
The biggest percentage of new singers that come to study with me are interested in increasing their vocal range so that they do not have to worry about the high notes in songs -says Ron Browning
Ron Browning is a high flying celebrity vocal coach who the BBC call a ‘legend’.
Knowledge sticks better if learning is underpinned by random variation –says Daniel Zangger Borch.
Great teachers across the world rely on the scientific understanding of the voice that researchers like Jo Estill and others forged -says Joan Lader.
Adam was struggling to focus on his singing performance whilst playing guitar – he just couldn’t bring the two together.
This doesn't get talked about enough, yet it is the most important ingredient in a successful music career.
When I first met Luke, he was keen to increase range below his falsetto register but his throat looked very tight when he sang.
Her beautiful voice was a little lost in her band presentation at rehearsal and the lyric became an almost mumbled sound so the meaning of the song was unclear.
Provides a training course of essential pop vocal skills and concepts combining video demos, written descriptions and sing-along audio clips.
Many singers move between their lower and upper registers with this awkward and often unwanted ‘break’ in the sound.
We’re at the perfect vantage point in history right now to see the full “life cycle” of the pop singer –says Kim Chandler.
It is extremely difficult to get the tempo right every time when the audience is sitting there and the pressure is on -says Daniel Borch.
Brian, 24, was experiencing tension and over effort in his delivery of a ballad. He was a strong singer with a real flair for the torch song but his passion in performance was reading like ‘hard work’.
One of the most challenging vocal skills is the ability to take chest voice high and make it look easy -says Lisa Popeil.
Remigio Pereira, is a multi-platinum selling recording artist with the vocal group The Tenors. He shares his top singing tips and inspires us to give a great performance.
Myra, 26, had been auditioning unsuccessfully for bands for several months after having some singing coaching and also some life coaching.
Should you always use chest voice on low notes and head voice on high notes? Lisa Popeil points to some intriguing possibilities.
All instrumentalists know which notes their instruments can play; why not singers as well? -asks Lisa Popeil
Eduardo was preparing for a pub gig with a pop set that consisted of some songs with a frenetic and slightly comic edge.
You'll soon regain your strength with these 4 insights from Juliet Russell.
Dr, Jahn, I'm a busy singer who wants a magical pill to protect me from getting a cold!
Never think that your entire vocal instrument starts above the collar bone -says vocal rehabilitation specialist Dane Chalfin
We vocalists are always on the move; so here are my favorite mobile apps for preparing for your next gig – says Craig Lees