A Note from Ken…

Greetings! I just wanted to take a quick moment to say thank you for visiting my site and considering me in your vocal coach search. Helping others grow their talents and abilities is my passion, whether you ever give me a dime or not. So, be sure and check out my blog and other sites, as that's where I post different tips designed to help singers like you for free!

Thanks again for giving me the opportunity to help you along your vocal journey!

~ Vocal Coach Ken Taylor

Free Tips

  • Free “How to Sing High Notes” Training

    Hey all! I don’t believe I’ve mentioned this on this site before, but I put together a free training called Grow My Range a few months ago, and I wanted to go ahead and give you access to it. This training has 11 videos, 4 downloadable audio warm ups, and is over an hour worth […]

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  • How to Fix a Breathy Tone When Singing

    If you have a breathy tone when you sing, there’s a very good chance you lack good cord closure. Cord closure is when the vocal folds (or vocal cords) come together properly when singing. When the cords come together the right way, they are free to function the way they were designed to, creating an […]

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  • How to Sing High Notes | You Asked, I Listened.

    Last New Years I asked what your most pressing vocal issue was. You said learning to sing high notes. Problem is singing high notes isn’t easy. Many things have to be in place and made habit in order for you to release those high notes, which means

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  • How to Get Rid of Vocal Tension [VIDEO]

    Vocal tension causes soo many issues when it comes to singing, it’s hard to list them all (I touch on half a dozen or so in the vid). But long story short, tension just makes singing more difficult. So don’t do it! :p This little video is designed to help you get past some of […]

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  • The Secret to Singing High Notes [VIDEO]

    We all want it… we’ve all needed it. Expanding your range allows you to do so much more as a singer, but the secret to singing high notes can be elusive. The most common misconception people have when it comes to singing high notes is that it’s like lifting weights… the more you build those […]

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  • What to Sing for Different Auditions

    Hey ya! We’re coming up on a major audition time, and it seems I always get a lot of questions about what someone should sing, so I wanted to give you guys a few pointers based on what you’re auditioning for. I’m going to break down today’s article into different types of auditions. I hope […]

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  • Building Authenticity As An Artist: Finding Your Why.

    What are you passionate about music wise? Like really passionate about? What do you love about music? What’s important to you about it? Is it a message? …a feeling? …a movement? Why do you sing? What do you want to pass on to your listeners? The more you ask yourself these types of questions, the […]

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  • 3 Common Myths About Singing

    A while back I heard someone say the most expensive advice you ever get is free, because it ends up costing you both time and money in the long run. Well, here are a few common misconceptions I find circling around the vocal training field. Hopefully you find them helpful. Myth 1 – Singing Is […]

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  • Your Greatest Teacher Is Your Last Mistake

    I’ve been coaching singers for nearly a decade now, and the one thing I’ve noticed among most students is a fear to go home and practice what we’ve worked on. Perhaps it’s because my method of teaching is so foreign to singers, or somewhat illusive at first (I purposefully overwhelm the minds of my students […]

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  • Singing Lessons Can Cripple Your Voice?!

    Confused Singer Holding His Throat

    Weird title, huh? It’ll all make sense in a minute, I promise :-) So after working with a handful of new students this last week, I noticed one thing that nearly all of them had in common: their singing voice was very different sounding then their speaking voice.

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