If you’re only warming up your vocal chords, then you’re not fully preparing to sing. Your body is much larger, and your mind controls it all. Before you ease into arpeggios (and the like), start with a pre-warm-up that gets both your mind and body moving.
You can’t be a hopeful singer but an intentional singer. It puts your head in the wrong mindset and leads you to doom rather than success
Mark Bosnian is back to let Making Music and our readers know how important it is to sing to your audience
In Mark Bosnian’s second tip from his list of 10 tips for a better performance he talks about dynamics and why they are so important when it comes to music.
A well-developed sense of relative pitch allows you to hear and recognize relationships between notes (intervals), even if you don’t know the note names.
Taking a short segment of a musical piece and playing it repeatedly in rhythm, without stopping, is called the loop method and it is the best way to learn..