It's touted as a sometimes miraculous method for helping singers. I've never been to one and I wasn't experiencing vocal problems, but I wanted to find out what happens at a session and if it made a difference in my singing. Here's my report.
I had a blast giving an introductory voice lesson to everyone at the Berkeley Breakfast Club last month. I wasn't sure if everyone would participate since this group includes members of all ages and from every walk of life-- but they all stood up and made funny sounds when I asked them to, and they sounded great on the final song. At 8AM. What a fun way to start a visit to my home town.
Tis' the season for chest colds and laryngitis, I went through a bout of this before the holidays. I just posted a new video about this topic, it's on Youtube and the video sInging tips page of this site.
Now through Dec. 25th: Harmony Sing by Ear and the No Scales, Just Songs Vocal Workouts Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are 10% off. Please go to the detail page of each method to see the sale price. Hope you have wonderful holidays!
A much improved version of my Sing Harmonies app is now at the App Store: it has a better look, improved functionality, and we've added nineteen new songs, available via in-app purchase. So far the most popular songs have been Amazing Grace, Rolling in the Deep, and Hallelujah. The least popular? Baby: sorry, Justin Bieber. The Sing Harmonies website has song arrangement info, keys, and more.