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September 28, 2018

"Attacking" the sound is a very strong word for two tiny vocal chords which

simply need to connect and vibrate without being "attacked" by too much air or a 

glottal push. The secret to a good sound right at the start is the opening of the throat.

If your throat is very r...

August 16, 2018

The pulse is the beat in a piece of music. The tempo of a piece of music is the speed of the underlying beat. Tempo is measured in BPM, or Beats Per Minute. 60 BPM is one beat every second. Sometimes the tempo is written at the beginning of the music and is called a me...

August 16, 2018

OOH is the most narrow vowel. You can feel OOH far back in the 

mouth cavity. Pucker your lips and deliberately say OOH.

How does it feel in the back of your mouth?

Now say EEH like in Eagle and feel how it widens the shape of your mouth.

That will give you a comparis...

February 4, 2018

How to memorize your performance material!

Have you ever had this experience:

You perform and you forget a word or an entrance you never had trouble with before.

Not at home and not in rehearsal. That can be frustrating to say the least. You don't know how to make your me...

January 24, 2018

If you find yourself in emotional stress and you feel like your throat and your whole body 

is closed up then here something for you to try. It is powerful and works!

Sit on a chair that allows you to feel your sit bones. Align yourself.

Straight spine. Feet hipwide apart...

January 24, 2018

Do you think you have too much or too little vibrato? Maybe you are not sure what vibrato is.

Vibrato occurs naturally in a voice when the voice production is free. 

Vibrato is when you sing a pitch and there is a slight weaving of frequencies above and below the

pit...

September 19, 2017

Correct enunciation is one of the key elements you need to study if you want to master your voice.

Everyone tends to employ more muscles then necessary when enunciating.

Oftentimes the throat closes or gets restricted without you even noticing.

How can you practice correc...

September 12, 2017

The magic word for being able to sing long phrases is: Enunciation.

If you learn how to enunciate any consonant or consonant cluster without 

pressing down heavily on the vocal mechanism you will have a fair 

chance that the sound travels right underneath your palate.

If y...

August 22, 2017

Do your low notes lack strength? Or beauty? Do you feel tension in the throat when you sing them?

Today I will describe for you an exercise with which you can access your low notes better

and at the same time improve the quality of sound and the ease in your throat....

August 16, 2017


Singers need their foreheads relaxed. They hear very often: Don't frown!
Don't raise your eyebrows! But there is more to it then just the tension 

you can see on a physical level. I like to think of the forehead or third eye

as an onion with many layers. If you want to...

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