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VIDEO TIP - How to go from bad to good singer by Felicia Ricci

How to Go from Bad Singer to Good Singer (or at least decent!) A link to the original article (and many more that delve deeper into the world of vocal care) can be found here, courtesy of Felicia Ricci: www.FreeVocalWarmups.com Who is Felicia Ricci? Felicia Ricci is a performer, author, singer and professional voice finder who loves making singing tips videos and helping people find their voices. She teaches a FREE online tutorial called Belting Crash Course - check it out at www.freevocalwarmups.com/ Felicia has performed in the Broadway touring company of Wicked, going on for the lead role of Elphaba about twice a week, and has performed and taught master classes all over the country. She loves posting vocal technique videos to share with singers of...

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VIDEO TIP - Get your twang on by Dr Daniel K. Robinson

DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH TWANG IN YOUR VOICE? Did you know that Twang is an absolute must for Contemporary Singers? But what is it? In this video Dr Dan will quickly unpack the essential singing technique known as Twang and offer some great tips on how you can develop Twang into your sound. A link to the original article (and many more that delve deeper into the world of vocal care) can be found here, courtesy of Dr.Dan: www.djarts.com.au/singing-tips/do-you-have-enough-twang-in-your-voice/

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VIDEO TIP - Do I have nodules? By Dr Daniel K. Robinson

This quick tip briefly describes nodules and their symptoms. The one vocal health issue that seems to haunt every singer's dreams is vocal nodules. "Vocal fold nodules or nodes can be compared to calluses, usually appearing as a result of friction because of an incomplete closure of the glottis: singing with a hoarse [or breathy] voice can produce nodules. Forcing your voice to do things it can't, and providing inadequate breath support (causing 'wild' air to escape through the glottis) are other potential causes. You can get nodules after just one night of overusing your voice! Nodules [generally] develop in pairs, one on each fold. Women are more at risk than men." (Pinksterboer, H. Tipbook Vocals: The Singing Voice. 2002)...

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VIDEO TIP - Destroy your Voice in 5 easy steps by Dr Daniel K. Robinson

You’ve heard it said that your body is a temple…well in the case of the singer that old saying translates into, “Your instrument is a temple!” If you don’t look after your voice it simply won’t perform at its optimum. Eat Drink & Be Merry: Be a Vocal Athlete and treat your body the same way a professional athlete treats theirs. Choose the wrong singing teacher: Pick the right singing teacher for your style. Sing when you're sick: A damaged voice can take up to 6 months to repair! And singing while sick greatly risks further injuries. Deny you have a damaged voice: Ignoring the issue runs the high risk of making the problem worse. Don't care for your ears: If you can't hear well, your singing...

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VIDEO TIP - Top 5 'Learn to Sing' Channels on YouTube for 2015

TOP 5 ‘LEARN TO SING’ CHANNELS 2015 Who has Dr Dan been following on YouTube during 2015. We’ve put together a ‘Top 5’ list of ‘Learn to Sing’ channels that Dr Dan can recommend as ‘fact-based’ and trustworthy. How many of Dr Dan’s top five are on your subscription list already? —   TOP 5 Channels 2015 — 1. Felicia Ricci – http://bit.ly/1ObI3Z4 2. Eric Arceneaux – http://bit.ly/1ObI9jk 3. Mark Baxter – http://bit.ly/1ObIbYt 4. Kerri Ho – http://bit.ly/1ObIi6s 5. Roger Burnely – http://bit.ly/1ObIkLs — Honourable Mentions — * Kimberley Smith – http://bit.ly/1ObIrqj * Nicola Milan – http://bit.ly/1ObIthX A link to the original article (and many more that delve deeper into the world of vocal care) can be found here, courtesy of Dr...

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