Tag Archives: Brighton Singing Lesson

Singing for the sake of the song

A producer I have worked with said that a good singer needs to have the ability to tune in to what is needed for the song style, and be able to provide the right sound, whatever it may be. So what does that mean? Well, I have had the occasional session where I have had […]

Breaking down vocal licks, ornamentation, and embellishments

To enable yourself to be more comfortable with vocal licks, keep things as flexible, light and fluid as you can. Dissect the phrase you are working on by slowing it down and dividing it up into easy chunks Note down the visual ‘shape’ of the phrase Aim for precision by including all of the notes at […]

Session Singing & getting your voice fit for different styles…

When you consider your vocal technique, it must always be top priority to learn how to use your voice and also improvise so that you can obtain top results. When you work as a singer in a recording context, or perform live on your own, or work as a session singer on tour, this will […]

How can you avoid Explosive Consonants when singing?

The most explosive consonants to watch out for are b, p, d, t, k, and g. There are ways to sing these consonants without having a sudden explosion of air & I would suggest that for those of you who are gigging, it is pretty important to get to grips with this. B – Simply […]

Contact from a professional singer about Vocal Health

Recently I got an email from a singer in the USA asking about the video I made about nodules & how the voice works. I thought that you may be interested in the reply I gave: EXCELLENT VIDEO THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR POSTING THIS. I’M AN ADVANCED SINGER WHO OPTED OUT OF SURGERY FOR […]

Interview about Singing, Psychology and Music

Hello! Chip Jenkins here from Brighton Singing Lessons and London Singing Lessons! I had an interesting set of questions posed to me recently by a budding music student about Singing Music and Psychology which I wanted to share with you here.. 1. In what ways do you think music and psychology are related? Chip’s Answer: […]

Video with touring singer Olga Taal – How she keeps her energy strong on tour

It has been great fun working on vocal technique and vocal warm ups with Olga Taal as she has been going on tour a lot recently. Check out the little video I recorded with the excellent singer here The band Trip to Dover is a ground-breaking female fronted 4 piece band.

Video with touring singer Olga Taal – How she keeps her energy strong on tour

It has been great fun working on vocal technique and vocal warm ups with Olga Taal as she has been going on tour a lot recently. Check out the little video I recorded with the excellent singer here The band Trip to Dover is a ground-breaking female fronted 4 piece band.

Onstage Confidence

Check out the video (part 1) all about onstage confidence.

Video about Nodules, Vocal Health and advice from London Singing Lessons