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The Alexander Technique: 4 Simple Steps to Good Posture and Even Better Singing

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By Jayne Carmichael Norrie, co-authored with Phillip Brandvold

 

You’re on stage- singing a challenging piece that requires you to stretch your range. You’re caught up in the moment, and in order to hit that high note, you end up moving your body into a position that is not conducive to good sound. If this sounds like you, you are not alone. The battle against bad posture is something that most singers struggle with at some point in their lives. Luckily, there is a solution- the Alexander Technique. The Alexander Technique is one way to ward off bad posture, and at the same time, help you be more mindful of your body.

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Sound Nasally When You Sing? Here’s 2 Techniques to Get Rid of it Immediately

 

By Beth Lawrence, co-authored with Phillip Brandvold

 

One of the most difficult things for many beginning singers to overcome is the tendency to produce a nasal sounding tone. In fact, many singers battle against nasal sounds long into their vocal career. Although, sometimes the nasal voice is exactly what you’re looking for (think Country-Western music). However, good vocalists are able to determine when and how a nasal sound is produced. So how do you avoid creating an unintentional nasal voice?

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