Category Brighton East Sussex Career Advice for SIngers
To fully explore the commonly used vocal techniques in R’n’B, we first need to understand how the larynx works. The licks of R’N’B use the pentatonic scale. The agility required for this scale is already less familiar than the major scale. On top of that the singer needs to nimbly stretch the vocal folds to […]
Quick tips on how to get theory working for you in your songwriting…
Broadening your palette of vocal sounds can make you money as a session singer. Working with a producer to aim for the sound that he/she wants is a skill in itself. Top session singers are those that are able to provide many different aspects to their voice. Your ability to sing backing vocals is one of […]
Microphone Technique Tips I have been teaching singers for quite a while and it is a common occurrence that singers can be almost intimidated by the sound of their own voices being amplified. Stemming from this perhaps, there can also be quite a bit of confusion about how to use a microphone to get the […]
Hi my name is Chip Jenkins… I am a singing teacher at Chichester University in the UK, and the Brighton Institute of Modern Music, Sussex Vocal Academy and previously the Academy of Contemporary Music. I set up Brighton Singing Lessons as I teach singers and voice users in both private & group vocal lessons.
New video up on you tune about breathing and the diaphragm from Chip Jenkins (Brighton Singing Lessons)
SInging students from Brighton Singing Lessons encourage each other to raise their game…