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Learn How To Sing Like A Pro – Phrasing Vowels And Consonants


Learn how to sing like a pro! Phrase through your consonants to connect your musical lines together. Make the melody of your song come forward and come together the way that pro singers do.

My name is Jeff Rolka, you can learn more about me or schedule a lesson or consultation here:

All too frequently we let the consonants in the words of our songs get in the way of the melody. In this singing lesson I discuss what to look for and how to approach making a greater melodic connection in the music that we sing.

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