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Karaoke Fun! Singing Tips

In's & Out's of Breathing new
Hoarseness new

Anatomy 101
Warming Up
Simple Warm-up Is Best
Breathing Tips
Power Breathing I
Power Breathing II
Hitting Pitches
Essential Singing Tips
Un-training - Improve Your Voice
You Want a Better Voice
Training A Stubborn Voice
Finding the Best Singer Inside
Sing the Song that Fits
Don't Wait To Hydrate
Maximum Range
A Message From Your Larynx

Let Yourself Sing
Singing with a Cold
Shades of Passion
Herbs to the Rescue
Swan Song
Surfing the Song
Vibrato
Loud Mouths Don't Shout
Drop the Chalupa
Voice Classification and Talent
Give Yourself Permission To Sing
Alcohol, Singing and You
Don't Let Them See You Sweat
Overcoming Stagefright

The Imposter Syndrome
More to Karaoke than Singing!
Enhance Audience Appeal
Tips For Song Mastery
Advanced Song Mastery
Mastering Fast Songs
Song Memorization
Expanding Your Repertoire
Singing for your Supper
Approaching the Studio
Singing in the Digital Age
How to Avoid the Sharks
Feed Your Head
Round Two for Singing Flicks

Pony's Reading List for Singers
Tips From DOG & PONY's Singers

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Tips for Singers:

singers share singing tips:

"Don't be afraid you'll look silly when you sing and perform."

One of the best tips I have picked up in my 20 years of singing in bands, was from a guy named Michael White who was the singer in a Led Zeppelin cover band called "The White".

He said... "Never feel silly or intimidated by the audience when you perform.... just look out into the audience and ask yourself "could any of these people do any better than me?" The majority of them are too scared to even sing in the shower let alone get up onstage and do what you're doing".

Doug Comrie - "Sugarphyx".

"Find a friend and sing your hearts out"
I have a Karaoke Player with approx 800 songs. Very useful at home parties, however being a little more serious than just waiting for the parties. I actually practice alot singing the songs I know best and retry new ones until they're good enough to add to my repertoire.

It's also great if you can get a Karoeke enthusiast. I have a girlfriend in the neighbourhood that loves singing as much as I do if that's possible. We try to get together and rehearse an entire evening till the wee hours of the morning or untill our voices run dry.

It's rewarding and great practice.

Find a friend and sing your hearts out.

Diane-
cabotrail@yahoo.ca

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