Is singing in YOUR blood?

All too often, we hear someone sing a song amazingly well and become envious of his or her control or quality of sound, leaving us to feel inadequate. We then make reckless statements, such as “I could never sound like that,” or excuses like, “it’s in their blood,” to make ourselves feel better. Could these…

Why does Singing Sound Better in the Shower?

Singing is not only fun, it can rid you of physical and mental stress, instantly putting you in a better mood for the day. Unfortunately, our society has dragged this art form into an arena of competition, where it is often judged, mocked, and misunderstood. The fear of disapproval has driven hundreds of thousands of individuals to go…

Can anyone learn to sing?

Can Anyone Learn To Sing? The short answer to this question is; If you can talk, you can sing. I know, I know, it can’t possibly be THAT simple, can it? Allow me to elaborate… Singing has been a significant part of human history for as long as we’ve inhabited the earth. Historians and language experts all…

Health Benefits from Singing

There are currently 7.142 billion vocal instruments being used, in some form or another, throughout the world today. Countless generations have used mimicry, observational science and vocal experimentation to cultivate and refine language, musical styling and methods for learning how to sing. However, thanks to modern technology, it’s only been over the last 4 decades or so that experts…

Anatomy on how to Sing High Notes Effortlessly

Although there may be many different, and even conflicting, methods on how to reach higher notes when singing, they all generally agree that higher notes become easier and more reliable if the singer minimizes tension throughout the vocal instrument. To do this, we need to create a proper balance of air and muscle coordination. Lets…