Singing!

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Ok, well at the Moment, im a member of Campbell College's choir, but am just wondering if there is any way to improve the sound of your singing vioce, through exercises or something along those lines!

Or anywhere you can get training! :)

If anyone knows, that would be great! =D
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Interesting request for a forum full of techy geeks but maybe you'll get some advise.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Practice Practice Practice.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Eat Toast. It keeps your throat clear and will help your vocals over time.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Yeah I like singing and i sing too.
For making your voice clear and improve, you need to take care about what you eat. Avoid eating oily that causes cough.
Do yoga (i am use to do in morning).
Spell the word OOOmmmm.This would be helpful in making voice more clear and will give you a feeling of freshness.
Do it. It will surely make you improve your voice.
Take care
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Post 3+ Months Ago

There are voice coaches and teachers in almost every city. Similar to finding a piano teacher. They can help you develop your ear/voice, develop the muscles that control singing, breathing correctly, protecting your voice, etc.
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I would like to hope that if your choir director was worth a hoot, they would already be teaching you breathing and vocal exercises in your rehearsals. Many I've known offered private lessons/tutoring or if nothing else, should know just about every vocal instructor/coach in the community. And if your college has a music department, they should have voice classes available. Not to mention grad students that probably wouldn't be opposed to picking up some extra money for few training sessions.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I heard ginger tea can help you improve your voice. Also, singing in chest-deep pool, ocean, lake or whatever body of water for that matter can help your breathing technique. I'm just not sure if these are true.

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