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How to use Theory for your Singing & Songwriting

Quick tips on how to get theory working for you in your songwriting…

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Coming up with youtube video topics

At the moment, I have been writing 12 episodes of lessons to be put out via youtube about singing technique. It is only now that I realise just how big this topic is! So I thought I would ask – what would be most useful to you personally in terms of an informative useful video […]

Chip Jenkins Songs

Well, I have been going on a bit of a frenzy recently making videos for my Brighton Singing Lessons students & now have made one for myself! It is an ond song from an album called Cosmogenic which I co wrote in France with the very amazingly talented Dave Kilminster. At the time it was […]

Singing Review from Brighton Singing Lessons

Have you ever stood & watched a singer onstage breathing correctly? If you haven’t, get googling! I have done a free video on diaphragm use with a free singing exercise incorporated into the video if you would like somewhere to start… If you can get yourself down to Brighton in the UK for some vocal […]

The Anatomy of the voice – Brighton Singing Lessons

When you are learning to sing, I would always advise that beginner vocalists need to get to grips with how the voice works. In my private vocal coaching sessions, I take my singers through a thorough exploration of the anatomy of the voice. We cover topics such as what the vocal folds are, where they […]

Your voice expresses who you are!

How we sound represents who we are! Our voices can sound Confident, Assertive, Friendly, Trustworthy, Attractive, Sincere or even Humorous.┬áIt is time we realised the effect our voice has on our life. Vocal training is not just about scales or breathing exercises. Successful voice use magnetizes opportunity and creates a new world of day to […]

Singing in Brighton in the Summertime