I had finally reached a point in my career where I was recording at least five sessions a week, teaching regularly, and performing several times a week. For a vocalist in NYC I felt like I was on my way. Only problem was that after two to three sessions, I noticed that my voice felt raw and tired. I had to rest for a day, which meant I lost work or had to extend deadlines. But I knew that there must be a way to sing powerfully without tiring. I mean, look at Beyoncé or Ariana Grande. There had to be a way! So, I asked around to my fellow vocalists, and was recommended a teacher who changed my life.
The first thing they helped me discover is that singing properly is all about using your instrument efficiently. You do not need to push or scream to reach your high notes. This will definitely strain your voice.
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