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How to Sing for Kids - Part 2

#howtosing #kids #sing #singwithjosh Mar 17, 2023

Hey, night owls and singing enthusiasts!


Are you looking for a new way to improve your vocal skills? How about hooting like an owl?

Hoot for Head Voice!

I know, it may seem a little odd, but hear me out. Hooting can help you develop better breath control, expand your vocal range, and improve your vocal resonance.

When you hoot, you have to sustain the sound for a long time, which requires good breath control. And just like owls, you can experiment with different pitches and tones to develop your head voice. Plus, hooting can help you feel the vibrations in your head, which can improve your vocal resonance.

So, give it a try! Don't worry about looking silly; owls are cool. Check out this video for some hooting inspiration. Who knows, you might just find your new favorite vocal exercise.

Happy hooting!


Best regards,


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