Voice singing lessons in park slope

Voice singing lessons in park slope from Treblemakers LLC

By: Treblemakers LLC  11/22/2016
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The voice is an instrument that everyone is born with. It is the only instrument that we all already use creating the misconception that if you don’t already have a beautiful voice you can’t learn to sing beautifully. The voice like any other instrument can be taught. What makes each voice sound the way it does is determined by where the sound resonates in the body, how words are pronounced and how air from the lungs is used to carry the sound. Although it sounds complicated, these are skills or habits that everyone already has but most people don’t have an awareness of how to control. Studying voice gives singers the ability to make choices in the kind of sound made instead of just letting whatever happens happen. Imagine a cold commercial where the actor or actress is purposely talking through their nose and mispronouncing words. Most people will agree that is not a pleasing sound and that those same actors or actresses are capable of making their voice sound completely different. That is just one example of how habits affect the sound of the voice. Studying voice can be one of the most exciting adventures as bad habits are stripped away to reveal the voice underneath!

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