BYU study shows quick way to tune your vocal cords for Christmas caroling

by | Dec. 13, 2011

Arts & Entertainment

Looking for a few quick tips to help you better belt out Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer during this year’s Christmas caroling? BYU music professor Arden Hopkin has just the thing for you.

It’s a technique Hopkin calls vowel equalization, and it helps singers – from seasoned pros to karaoke stars – increase their voice projection while at the same time reducing strain on their vocal cords.

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