SingingVoice Coach Robin Earl
July 28, 2016

Your Singing Foundation: Breath and Support

By Robin Earl Think of your ‘breathing and support’ as your foundation for singing. Just as a house has a foundation which gives stability to everything ‘above,’ your breath and…
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SingingVoice Coach Robin Earl
July 15, 2016

I Was a 3-Year-Old Swimmer…

I was a 3-year-old swimmer… She made an impression on me. Margie Cranston was my swim teacher and my first teacher. I remember her classes so well. Her swimming class…
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SingingVoice Coach Robin Earl
July 12, 2016

Vocal Projection Tip

By Robin Earl Sometimes singers create a problem by singing too quietly when they are singing with a mic onstage, resulting in loss of power and focus. This is often…
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SingingUncategorizedVoice Coach Robin Earl
June 8, 2016

Your Singing Foundation: Breath and Support

By Robin Earl Think of your ‘breathing and support’ as your foundation for singing. Just as a house has a foundation which gives stability to everything ‘above,’ your breath and…
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Music
March 23, 2016

Success in Music with Ten Tips

By Gary Earl  (Adapted from Shilpan Patel of Success Soul) 1. Win the battle in your own mind first:  Surround yourself with family and friends who share a similar vision…
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Music
March 3, 2016

Understanding Copyright Basics

By Gary Earl The basics of Copyright law are simple. Armed with some simple principles, you can understand just what is covered and what isn’t, and hopefully save yourself potential…
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Music
February 24, 2016

Hooking Your Listeners

By Gary Earl Ever had anyone tell you your song is good, but just not quite “fresh enough,” or unique? There is an infamous quote that states “everything has already…
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SingingVoice Coach Robin Earl
February 24, 2016

Give it your best shot with a ‘Vocal Producer’ on your recordings

When you watch the Olympics, the athletes’ coaches are pretty visible, and create a powerful team with the athlete. The same is true with pro sports: football, basketball, baseball, hockey,…
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Music
February 17, 2016

Love from a Different Angle

By Gary Earl I remember arriving in Nashville for the first time, sitting in ASCAP with a rep, eager to show her my song that I knew was a big…
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Music
February 13, 2016

Writing Hit Country Songs

By Gary Earl Mega­hit songwriter and ASCAP rep Ralph Murphy is a Sensei when it comes to lyrics. (Sensei is Japanese for Master of the Art & Master Teacher). For…
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Music
February 9, 2016

Adding Twists to Folkisms

By Gary Earl Clay Collins, writer of Alternative Productivity and Anti­Hacks for Living, said that he once wrote an article entitled “Why You Should Get Up Whenever You Want,” but…
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SingingUncategorizedVoice Coach Robin Earl
January 12, 2016

What a Singer Can Learn From a Mogul Skier

By Robin Earl I spent my early life doing some recreational competitive ‘mogul’ skiing while living at Lake Tahoe. ‘Boogie in the Bump’ contests!! I’ve taught skiing and other sports along…
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SingingUncategorizedVoice Coach Robin Earl
December 2, 2015

Classical Voice Lessons: Do They Hurt or Help?

by Robin Earl I studied with many voice teachers before I began teaching—Four years in college and several years private, before my journey of 20 years teaching. My favorite teacher…
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