Over my two decades of teaching singers how to sing without limits, I’ve collected a series of singing myths that, when implemented, can damage your voice.
Check out the truth about the top five most common vocal myths in greater detail below. Be forewarned that some of these may surprise or trigger you!
Do you pull back the volume or intensity on your high notes because you’re afraid they might hurt your voice? So many singers believe this myth that pulling back on your high notes will help preserve your voice. But in today’s post, we’re busting this myth. The truth is that pulling back on your high […]
Are you trying to create the perfect sound in your singing by combining the chest with your head voice? In this post, we’re talking about why attempting this impossible feat will send you down a path to vocal health issues. If you’re more of a visual learner, check out the video below! Understanding Chest Voice […]
Do you rely on throat spray, teas, or lozenges as vocal “remedies” when your voice feels fatigued or when you lose your voice and can’t sing at all? In this post, I’m continuing our discussion on the top five most common vocal myths. Today is all about vocal “remedies” such as throat coat tea, throat […]
Whenever someone talks about singing with an open throat or an open sound, it makes me want to eat my fist. Why? Because it is the WORST advice you can give a singer. And it’s one of the most common myths about healthy vocal techniques out there. In this post, I’m going to explain what […]
Do you ever go on vocal rest before a performance? Many singers think resting their voice the day of a performance is the trick to getting through the entire night without experiencing vocal fatigue or losing their voice. But here’s the truth: It’s more damaging to try to “save” your voice than it is helpful. […]