Straining to hit the high notes? Let me show you a simple exercise to help you hit high notes without straining.
Should your larnyx remain motionless while singing? In this video I discuss avoiding vocal damage and straining via internal placement.
In this video, I explain how to master the reverse singing technique by tricking your brain into going up for low notes and going down for high notes.
This exercise will help you develop and maintain your vocal technique to keep your range longer as you age.
Learn what mixed voice singing is and how you can blend your head voice and chest voice into the best possible sound.
In this week’s new video, we go behind-the-scenes with Cordelia once again to learn how she can improve her sustain while singing “On My Own” from Les Mis.
Need to go low? In this video I give you tips on how to hit low notes without straining.
In part four of our behind-the-scenes series with Cordelia, I explain how you can improve your vocals when singing softly.
In part three of our behind-the-scenes series with Cordelia, I show you how to take what you have learned from your vocal exercises and put it into practice.
“Huh,” you might think. “I didn’t realize I could sing with anything but my own voice.” And while it may seem odd, trust me on this one. I have worked …