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  • 4 Tips for Smarter Practicing

    When it comes to training, our brains thrive on novelty. When we practice in new environments, our nervous system pays attention in a way that it doesn’t when we’re in our living room. This is why I am a firm believer in finding pockets of time in your day to reinforce the skills that you are working on in your singing career. Frequent repetition of your exercises in different environments tell your brain that you want the habits you are creating to be permanent. This is how we create what’s called “autonomic learning” or autopilot. When you’ve repeated the form enough times in enough different places, eventually it becomes automatic, and you can roll out of bed at 6 a.m. and hit that great high note with no effort.  
    So, when and where should you be practicing? Here are some times and places that are perfect for working on your singing drills.
    1. The subway platform. If you are in NYC, you undoubtedly spend a large portion of your day waiting for and riding the train. Instead of being frustrated by the fact that you just missed the N train, use these few minutes to practice. You can work on breathing drills, or improve your alignment. (Is

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