Winning the gold medal at the BHS international contest takes a lot of hard work-- the set has to be fun and entertaining, the moves must be well-choreographed and executed, and the singing has to be flat-out excellent. It is a singing contest, after all!
Breath support is the basis for everything in singing. If you do it properly you should have zero tension in your throat. It’s also the reason you can make a sound in the first place because without moving air, there’s nothing to vibrate the vocal cords.
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I understand the struggle of finding effective vocal warm-ups to get your voice ready for a performance or recording session. But don't worry, I've got you covered! I've done some research and found 10 simple and effective vocal warm-ups that can benefit anyone, regardless of their level of singing experience. To start, lip trills are a great way to loosen up your lips and improve your breath control. Humming can also help to warm up your vocal cords and improve your pitch and tone....