Your voice is your built in, sound-producing, sound-supporting instrument; here are tips on taking care of it.
Here’s a process for you to follow when matching a song to a particular vocalist’s range.
In what ways has this immensely popular and American cultural phenom influenced church music leadership?
Singing has a colorful array of tones and finishes; make sure you don’t settle for the easy path when directing your choir or vocalists.
From clear directives to a simple thank you, here are 5 things you can do to give your vocalists tools for success.
Identifying and working with two different personality types on your worship team and in your choir.
7 attributes of a vocalist that you should know in order to get the most out of your singers.
There is a difference between singing a solo and ministering a song. Here are 6 keys to adding ministry to your vocal skill.
While it is true that everyone can open their mouths and sing, it is the great singer that can discipline the mind
Here’s a checklist for troubleshooting possible issues in finding the right blend for your vocalists.
By Tim Carson Every singer has two main functions of their voice: head voice and chest voice. These terms don’t just describe aesthetic nuances or colors that the voice is able to produce – they describe two signifi...
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