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 voices.
In this video, Joe Genuardi explains the importance muscle memory, and training your singing muscles.
If you have been singing for a long time, like many of us, you may have developed some singing habits that cause strain on your voice. Using the True Connected Voice method, training your vocal cords will improve your singing quality by developing muscle memory.
The concept of muscle memory is when you condition your voice to sing in the True Connected Voice style, your singing muscles will adapt and be conditioned over time to automatically shape and move in a way that maximizes your vocal quality.
Muscle memory can be developed by a series of exercises that we will train you with. These exercises are easy to learn and practice. This method will develop you into a singer that sings freely, with no strain and pure tone all while maintaining a healthy voice.
In this video Joe Genuardi explains how vocal compression works.
Vocal compression is the idea of holding air back when you sing. Your voice does not need extreme amounts of air to sing higher. It cut actually needs less air.
When you zip up your vocal folds, the space between them gets smaller as the pitch you are singing gets higher. Therefor less is is required to sing higher.
In this video, Joe explains how vibrations work in your voice, and different vocal registers.