In today's video we'll explore the question:
What separates a good singer from a GREAT singer?
The answer, in my opinion, is musical phrasing.
You read that right -- puppies! Allow me to explain...
One of my students, Claire S., is an assistance dog trainer. She's enrolled in Singing Transformation and noticed that a lot of my teaching revolved around the following principle:
Singer's should QUIT....while they're ahead.
It might sound weird. But it's a tried-and-true method -- not just for learning how to sing. As Claire told me, it's also great for training service dogs!
Before we talk more about puppies, let's first discuss:
What does it mean to "quit while you're ahead" when you practice singing?
In my opinion, the best warmups sessions should end on a "high note" (no pun intended). If you use my 3-step practice system, your typical warmup session might look like this:
Do you struggle with knowing how to warm up your voice, especially on days when you're time crunched?
I've been there.
Even if you only have 10 minutes, it's better to warm up efficiently than to skip a practice session altogether.
But WHAT exactly do you do? And is it really possible to get good vocal work done in a short amount of time??
And I've got your back :-)
Enter: The Lazy Singer's Warmups! -- my brand new warmup set. It's designed to build consistency, vocal freedom, and relaxed, open singing in just 10-33 minutes per day.
You get the MAXIMUM amount of results in the absolute MINIMUM amount of time.
If you only have 10 minutes, I’ve got you covered. A little more time? You can keep going with 3 more. And so on. And on days when you have 33 minutes? Do the entire set!
Any way you slice it, you build vocal consistency without wasting time.
As a bonus for my awesome email subscribers and blog followers, I'm posting Lazy Warmup #2 below -- it's called "The...