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Voice Preparation Techniques For Singing On Stage

posted in Entertainment
10/16/2014
  • Duh!!! Vocal excersizes are a must.
    Duh!!! Vocal excersizes are a must.
  • Take a shot of olive oil. Yup! This lubricates your vocal chords.
    Take a shot of olive oil. Yup! This lubricates your vocal chords.
  • It's a total myth that drinking tea is good for singing. For 1.it caffeinated and dehydrates you and also dries your chords. 2. If it's hot, it shocks the natural temp of your body. If you choose to drink tea make it room temp decaf. If you like water make sure it's also decaf.
    It's a total myth that drinking tea is good for singing. For 1.it caffeinated and dehydrates you and also dries your chords. 2. If it's hot, it shocks the natural temp of your body. If you choose to drink tea make it room temp decaf. If you like water make sure it's also decaf.
  • Water only keeps your mouth moist for the moment, juice keeps you salivating. When you singing on stage you don't want dry mouth. Drink a juice with no pulp at room temp during or before your performance.
    Water only keeps your mouth moist for the moment, juice keeps you salivating. When you singing on stage you don't want dry mouth. Drink a juice with no pulp at room temp during or before your performance.
  • Chill out in a steam room or put your face over steaming water and inhale to warm your chords and make them more flexible. Remember your voice is a muscle.
    Chill out in a steam room or put your face over steaming water and inhale to warm your chords and make them more flexible. Remember your voice is a muscle.
  • For better breath control, work on doing cardio while singing. This will strengthen your lung capacity.
    For better breath control, work on doing cardio while singing. This will strengthen your lung capacity.

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