Welcome to the Vocal Technique section of 30 Day Singer. These lessons focus on developing key singing techniques like vibrato, belting, singing higher or lower, breath control and much more. We offer guidance on how to learn these techniques and perfect them so you can perform with confidence. Some of these techniques are introduced in our beginner courses so if you need more time and focus on a particular area, these lessons come in very handy. You can bounce between these lessons freely or use a set combination of these lessons as part of your daily practice routine to monitor progress.
Join vocal instructor Camille for a discussion on vocal health including: - What is considered a "normal" level of vocal strain - How much singing per day is safe - Preventing vocal injury - Gentle exercises for warming up and warming down - Vocal care
In addition to stretching your low chest voice and high head voice, vocal coach Camille van Niekerk will cover how to develop mixed coordination from both your chest and head registers.
Our Live Lesson will be about how to troubleshoot common issues for beginning singers! In this lesson Camille will cover: - Matching pitch - Registration: chest voice, head voice and mix - Forming good habits: neutral larynx, vowel modifications and more
What is vocal cracking and why does it happen? In this live lesson we will go over why we "crack," how to anticipate "cracks" before they occur, vowel modification to find vocal balance, consonant substitution to avoid cracks, and intentional "cracks" for stylistic effect.
Do you have a weak voice? Would you like to add some power and strength to your voice? In this live lesson we will teach you how to connect to your chest voice, train with consonants, adjust your articulators (jaw, tongue, lips), and finish with some semi-occluded exercises.
Experiencing tightness or tension while singing? This Live Lesson will address any Jaw and Tongue tension you may experience. We'll cover: The "default" position for both jaw and tongue -Modifying vowels (and consonants) to reduce strain -Common issues: tight jaw, tongue retraction and more -Warmup exercises to release the jaw and tongue -How to diagnose and correct tension in your singing practice