Le Chanteur Moderne founder Allan Hubert-Wright busts some pervasive singing myths, and gives you the facts on correct breathing, vocal support, and more.
We look at three more common uses for the word “tone” in our second part of this series about the multipurpose music term.
Learn how you can develop your voice and improve your singing with Jeremy Fisher of acclaimed vocal education website Vocal Process.
Record yourself singing and then ask yourself these 10 questions to help you improve your singing voice and be the singer you’ve always wanted to be.
It doesn’t matter if you’re not planning on doing opera or fronting a band anytime soon – every musician has something to gain from learning to sing!
A properly tuned guitar can mean the difference between a perfectly-executed solo and a mess of notes. Learn how to tune with just your hands and your ears!
Vocal coach Meghan Nixon explains how ear training, musicianship, and “singing smart” go hand in hand, and shares her framework for hitting the right notes.
Finding “Your Note” is a simple exercise that will help lay the foundation for singing in tune, learning relative pitch, and even sight-singing. Try it out!
SingTrue is the new personal singing tutor app for iPhone. Even if you’re worried about being tone deaf or unmusical, SingTrue can help you discover your voice.
Many people are held back in music by barriers they only imagine. Discover how you can break free from a musical rut in this fascinating podcast interview.
Tone deaf tests are available freely online but some are much better than others. Here are reviews of several popular ones and our recommendations of the best.