With a strong vocal foundation and making space, a singer can produce amazing effects. What’s more, good technique can help you keep singing for a lifetime.
Articles about Instruments
Sarah Nicolls turned her piano inside-out and made a career with simple melody shrouded in strange sounds and audience interaction as creative as her music.
How do opera singers achieve huge sound for a lifetime singing career? Part of the answer is in moving out of the way – mentally, yes, but also physically.
With a promising performance career, the controversial 3.5-octave tenor Dr. Dan found his true passion in helping others claim their birthright: to sing.
Who can sing for three hours straight over an entire orchestra with no mic? Opera singers, of course. Transform your body into the ultimate instrument.
Stefan Hall combines ears and hands in a two-pronged approach to learning jazz. Find out how simple modal practice combines with listening for jazz mastery.
The ukulele brings a big bundle of joy in a small package. If you’re looking to improve your uke skills, here’s our list of the top freebies online.
Don’t let their simplicity fool you: percussion instruments are actually a widely unique family of instruments. Learn more about their features and sounds.