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Addressing Common Faults

Singing With Excessive Volume (Too Loud)

by Allen Rascoe in Addressing Common Faults on March 11, 2018

A common vocal issue seems to be one of excessive volume when an individual sings. In the modern society, many factors contribute to singing that ...

Limited Range

by Allen Rascoe in Addressing Common Faults on March 4, 2018

A limited range is one of the most common complaints that many people have concerning their voice. The range needed to sing a song can ...

No Dynamic Variation

by Allen Rascoe in Addressing Common Faults on September 16, 2017

It seems that getting stuck and becoming unstuck is an important theme in learning how to sing. It would be awesome if we were always ...

Nasality

by Allen Rascoe in Addressing Common Faults on September 12, 2017

Getting stuck anywhere seems to be an issue that we all would want to avoid. We don’t want our car to get stuck in the ...

Singing With Limited Volume | Weak Vocal Muscles

by Allen Rascoe in Addressing Common Faults on September 8, 2017

Another vocal issue related to volume is when a singer is unable to sing louder. The tone seems to be weaker and more quiet when ...

Constriction

by Allen Rascoe in Addressing Common Faults on September 8, 2017

As we talked about with nasality, constriction is normally a symptom that the muscles in our larynx are not happy with one another. What we ...