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Vocal Exercises

How Much Effort Should Singing Actually Be?

This exercise, for many singers, pushes the boundaries of breath control and range. Don't be too hard on yourself if you need to take a breath in the middle of the exercise or can't make it to the highest notes. Just come back to it often, and keep track of your progress, always monitoring your throat to make sure you don't have a scratch, tickle, or cough.

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How Much Effort Should Singing Be?

You hear a lot of advice about being free and relaxed when you sing, but what does that really mean? What kind of effort should we be exerting, and how do we distinguish effort from tension?

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