STUPID THINGS SINGERS DO TO
MESS UP THEIR VOICES (AND CAREERS)!
Too many singers don't practice.
Singers think they just open their
mouths and out comes gold. Well,
get over it. Singers need at least
forty minutes of voice workout
every day. Otherwise, when it
comes to rehearse or perform,
it's not show-time, it's blow-it
that having a 'pretty good"
voice is good enough.
B.S! Most pros start somewhere
around awesome and move up from
there in their ability to deliver
a song. You better be able to
amp your personality and your
voice big time or the game's over
even before you set foot on stage.
botch the "breathing"
thing when it comes to singing.
Get it together on this one and
you'll immediately move up to
the next level of vocal power.
If silent breaths, low breathing,
less air equals more power and
the notion that the diaphragm
keeps air away from the vocal
cords is news to you, then call
the hotline number below immediately.
the voice into two registers (head
This so called technique has probably
ruined more voices and made depraved
voice teachers more money than
any retarded vocal system ever
invented. Once a teacher hacks
your voice in two, you'll be stuck
with a crack a mile wide and be
forever trying to find that elusive
blend. Learn the Secrets of Vocal
Success, and registration (blending
your voice) will take care of
a favorite singer's voice.
This is a bad joke and the joke's
on you. One Sheryl Crow, one Sting,
one Mariah Carey, one Michael
Jackson is enough. Copying someone
else is like singing with training
wheels. You can start out that
way, but get over it as soon as
possible. The quickest way to
get noticed by A&R reps and
producers is to find your own
unique sound and style. O.K. If
you're in a top forty cover band,
fine. Otherwise, get a life or
you'll stunt your vocal growth.
the "you either got it or
you don't syndrome.
I've rarely met anyone who doesn't
have what it takes to have a strong
vocal delivery. This ain't opera,
if ya know what I mean, but the
real questions are: do you have
guts, do you have an understanding
of vocal technique, can you expose
your soul in public and will you
risk everything to achieve your
Cinderella Syndrome -- sitting
around waiting to be discovered.
explanatory. If you're into this,
get off your butt, do something
ASAP and do it 130%. Otherwise,
five or ten years from now you'll
be wondering why you didn't get
serious a lot sooner.
the voice like your worst enemy.
instrument is made of flesh and
blood, so to speak. You can't
go to the music store and get
a new one. Sing in a style that's
right for your voice. Don't let
people who aren't vocal experts
tell you how to sing. Especially
when they suggest singing in a
way that tears up your throat.
The Jeffrey Allen’s Vocal
Success secrets will give you
the ability to sing with confidence,
power and range without blowing
out your voice.
vocal technique will kill emotion
Gimme a break. A great idea if
you're a vocal wimp or fear you're
brain dead. Most great artists
learn real technique and how to
reveal emotions on stage. This
type of doubt results from lousy
voice training or half-hearted
attempts at taking voice lessons.
Buy into this one and you'll be
on the sidelines permanently.
in the car or right after working
eight hours at a day job without
warming up first.
One of the all time dumbest moves.
Let's all get this straight. Sprinters
don't run the mile, and Indy cars
don't hit 232 MPH before warming
up. And neither should singers
or actors. Warm up your voice,
and then vocalize in the car,
before heading out for auditions,
rehearsals, or performances. Otherwise,
you'll grind your vocal abilities
to a nub and be DOA at the start
of every gig or show or scene.
If you need a sensible warm-up
routine to use before singing
or acting, give me a call and
I'll set one up for you personally.
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