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!
Vocal coach Molly Webb debunks some common myths of the vocal world, giving the truth about singing from the diaphragm, why vocal damage occurs, and more.
If you’ve ever worried about being out of tune or off-key when you sing, don’t miss this interview with a man who’s found a solution.
With tweaks in instrumentals and arrangements, Mexican indie band Canvas breathes new life into Latin pop star Juan Gabriel’s iconic “Yo No Nací Para Amar”.
Learn how one independent musician found success by embracing a world of influences and encompassing many musical identities.
Dive into the world of absurd, unbearably corny, and just-plain-bad lyrics, and learn how songs become smash hits in spite of (or because of) them!
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.
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.
Karaoke is always a great way to get everyone involved in a party. Looking to take things back a few years? Try adding these disco tunes to your lineup!
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.