Learning To Sing: Vocal Techniques



Always remember that as a baseball pitcher, once you throw the baseball you become a defensive player like everyone else. One of the best baseball pitching tips has nothing to do with baseball pitching. Set aside some time and practice baseball fielding as well and it will be time very well spent. I would really like to see pitchers spend more time practicing their baseball fielding, which will greatly help the team, as well as the pitcher himself.

Who do you pair with Fighting Gravity? Lionel Richie, king of dancing on the ceiling. I think Fighting Gravity kind of got ripped on this one. They were set far behind Richie (may have been a video) and only clipped how to sing in tune on instrumental breaks. Lionel Richie was the best of the celebrity performances though. He's still got it.

Michael Grimm paired up with his "idol", Jewel. Really? I was beginning to feel taken. They sang "Me and Bobby McGee", which sounded weird with a guy singing lead through the beginning. Michael Grimm definitely sounded great, he always does. It's not that I don't like him or think he's talented, but why has he had so much trouble getting discovered? Anyway, Grimm out-sung Jewel by a mile on this one.

The 2011 holiday season just got better with the announcement that the first WOW Christmas project in six years will be released on September 27th. The 2-disc, 32-song collection features the biggest names in Christian music singing holiday classics as well as original fare.

If you really want to know how to i want a better singing voice quality, it is extremely important that you are relaxed and warm up before a performance. Never start a song directly without warming up, which includes deep breathing and relaxing your body to gear up for the performance. Proceed to light humming from there and gauging the scale once you are ready. As far as possible avoid singing on the top of your volume and straining your vocal chords.

As for finding a good singing voice classifications coach, you need to look at certification and educational attainment. You must have someone who has technical knowledge of music. Usually, voice instructors who graduated from conservatories can be very knowledgeable about these things. Do not forget to look for your instructor's track record and general experience with other clients. This is a good measuring stick to how good your instructor really is.

So let's get out there and sing and have fun. Start practicing and perfecting your performance. There it is; that word - perfecting. I promised myself I wouldn't go there. But "practice does make perfect". Well if not perfect at least a whole lot better.