Truly Connecting Your Voice

In order to truly connect your vocal range from top to bottom, you must have a deep understanding of your chest voice and head voice. This is very important for singing on the level of speech. You, the singer, must firmly be established in chest when below your first...

Training as a Vocal Athlete: How To Be A Singing Star

[fbshare type=”button”]    How To Be A Singing Star As a singer- especially if you sing regularly or professionally- it is important to adopt a specific mindset. The mindset of an athlete that is training for a marathon, the Iron Man competition or...

Signs of Bad Vocal Techique

Joe explains some of the tell tale signs of bad vocal technique and what to avoid. Some of the key things to watch for yourself doing to avoid using bad vocal technique are explained in this video. Creating an awareness of some of these signs can help provide a...

Loving Your Chest Voice

Your chest voice and your head voice are two of many areas you are able to sing in. A lot of men tend to love to stay in their chest voice, while many women prefer singing in their head voice only. Listen as Joe explains why it’s important to mix both...

The Warm Down

One of the most important topics for maintaining your voice is a regular warm down after a performance or rehearsal. The warm down is an area in training and maintaining your voice that lacks attention in the vocal world. I think of it this way, after most aerobic...

Connecting The Voice Through The Bridge

When I perform, and I am taking on a song that has a lot of range in it, I get this amazing feeling when I am truly connected and in my mix with balance. My voice has this little part of sound that is consistent through my whole range when connecting happens...