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    Really good tips....even a few lessons will help most folks started in the right direction.

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    Thanks for the tips
    Just shut up and play!

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    I'm a big fan of hot tea with lemon. Remember...NO sugar or milk. Those are phlegm generators. Hydration is critical. Your vocal folds are muscles. They need exercise and rest. Above all, warm up before you sing. Arpeggios and long slides are helpful for that. I used to sing opera for as many as 12 nights in 2 weeks. It's brutal, but doable. Finally, regarding range - you have to strengthen and stretch the vocal folds. If you only sing the songs you perform, you'll never get the quality you want at the top and bottom.

 

 

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