How to sing with RESONANCE | rock singing lessons

The greatest misconception I’ve come across as a singing teacher and rock vocal coach (and once fell prey to myself as a fledgling singer) is that the voice works like a flute, with air and pressure blowing across the vocal chords like a reed, or a whistle, even…

Air Pressure + vibration = Resonance

That’s right, air pressure creates vibration in your vocal folds which in turn creates resonance…  Try it – hold back the air while you’re singing, kinda like holding your breath underwater, or figuratively ‘inhaling’ instead of pushing your air out – you feel vibration and hear a resonant sound, right? Congratulations, this is your true, resonant singing voice! Check out my latest video on creating a resonant tone which shows you how to ditch the breathiness and build resonance in your voice instead.

If you’re ready to truly rock your voice with powerful vocal technique, book a session with me now!

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Kegan DeBoheme is Bohemian Vocal Studio’s resident vocal coach and voice expert. He teaches professional singing and voice technique to students all around the world and enjoys providing tutorials like this one on how to improve your voice.

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