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Ask The Coach

  Q. I’ve been working a lot with hard rock singing. My goal is to hit the high notes, like Sebastian Bach, Kip Winger, and Mark Slaughter, with that hard, edgy sound all the way up. I can sing pretty high, but my...

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Making the Words Sing

If you’re serious about performance, then I’m sure you’re familiar with the amount of practice involved in getting a song to that perfect point. If you’re serious about performance, then I’m sure...

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Idle or Idol?

  I fantasize about singing every other minute I am awake and then dream about it all night. I have no control over this. The thoughts just come when I’m on line at the grocery store, sitting on an airplane and of...

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The Solo Gigger: Learning Tunes

Unless you perform in a tribute band of artists no longer recording, chances are you’ll need to add new material from time to time. I remember meeting a piano player/vocalist when I first moved to Dallas in 1996. He had...

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The Truth About Vocal Style

Vocal style is one of the most powerful tools we have to help us express our hearts through song. Style is the palette of colors that we use to express emotion. When style is used at its best, we capture the essence of a song,...

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If You Want A Better Voice

Imagine this. You walk into your first guitar lesson and the teacher hands you a piece of wood and some strings. By Mark Baxtor – VoiceLessons.comHe shows you a picture of a guitar and says, “Before we can begin,...

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How to Harmonize Using 6ths.

In the ongoing quest to understand how to harmonize with our voices, it’s time to talk about the intervals called 6ths (or sixths). (Continued from Theory For Singing Harmony Part 2.)There are 3 main characteristics of...

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