My Vocal Injury

Shortly after I published the last post about Laryngitis I suffered a scary vocal injury. While playing basketball I was accidentally elbowed in the side of the larynx. It caused a hemorrhage on my right vocal fold and fractured the left superior horn of the thyroid...

The Pitfalls of Vocal Technique

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The Sweet Attack

I am often describing the feeling we want when starting the voice. It is a thin, elastic feel to the vocal cords so they come close together to create a very efficient vibration. This condition of the vibrator causes the sensation of the tone reaching the front of the...

What is the Correct Speech Level for Singing?

You might be familiar with the popular voice school SLS, Speech-Level Singing. There is another popular off-shoot of SLS called Singing Success. These systems have a large number of followers and success stories. Over the years I have had quite a few questions about...

Video – Belly Breathing

Hello! It has been some time since I’ve had a post here on the blog. I’ve been focusing most of my attention on the VocalWisdom.com Private Community since the beginning of the year. There are lots of video lessons available on many topics that will help...

Singing Through a Straw

I was asked about a popular exercise for vocal rehab. Singing through a straw. I have since been told that it is supposed to be done with a stirring straw, which is smaller than a standard drinking straw that I used. But I think my observations are still valid. If you...

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