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The Three Ingredients

Correct singing involves many different muscles and training those muscles can take time. Many teachers and students complicate the learning process, however good singing starts with three main ingredients: breathing, an open throat and resonance. If you master the three ingredients of singing, a powerful voice quickly follows. Acquiring this voice begins with breathing. Breathing Most of us breathe high…

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SeanyMac Vocal Coaches React to Giveon–“Stuck on You”

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SeanyMac Vocal Coaches React to Demi Lovato–“Tell Me You Love Me”

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SeanyMac Vocal Coaches React to Dimash Kudaibergen–“S.O.S. D’un Terrien En Detresse”

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SeanyMac Vocal Coaches React to Bruno Mars, Anderson Paak, Silk Sonic–“Leave the Door Open”

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SeanyMac Vocal Coaches React to SoHyang–“Bridge over Troubled Water”

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SeanyMac Vocal Coaches React To Mariah Carey–“We Belong Together”

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SeanyMac Vocal Coaches React to Ariana Grande–“Still Hurting”

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Why Does my Throat Squeeze When I Sing?

Most people have a fear of singing high notes. Have you ever noticed your throat squeezing when you sing higher in your range? The reason is simple. You are probably using the wrong muscles to engage your voice. When this happens, the throat closes tighter and the fear of not being able to hit the note creeps into your…

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“Making the Music” Demo Package

Ever wondered what it would be like to record like a professional vocal artist? Need to record a demo for an audition? Looking for that perfect gift for a loved one? SeanyMac Studios is now providing you with the opportunity to create your own demo package. With the “Making the Music” package you will be able to learn singing foundation…

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What is the Soft Palate?

The soft palate, also called the velum, is located in the back of the throat, above the tongue. If you feel the roof of your mouth with your tongue, you will notice that it is hard. This is called the hard palate because of the bone located above it. However, if you feel further back, you will notice the…

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How Do I Get Rid of an Airy Tone?

Having an airy tone can be a serious problem. Although your voice can still make sound, the strength needed to speak or sing seems to disappear. This is because the vocal cords are not completely connected from front to back when we make sound. Over time, this can lead to a loss of strength and a reliance on other muscles…

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