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One minute Masterclass for Singers...Correct Tongue Position

Correct tongue position for an open throat

" I want to say: thank you SO much.

I've been watching these "eliminate nasal vocals NOW!" youtube videos for about 45 minutes because I just found out that it was something I could fix.

I've thought I had an ugly nasally voice for years and nobody ever said anything to me about how to fix it.

Well, I was discouraged because none of the videos were helping, then I found yours! It was nothing short of miraculous. Thanks".

- Tyler Bailey

Got a minute?

In this one minute Masterclass you'll get a voice changing tip on correct tongue position! Specifically - how to open up your throat for maximum, warm sound.

When the tongue is in the wrong position it can:

  • cause a nasal voice
  • cause vocal strain
  • diminish vocal power
  • block your sound

The Lawrence Vocal System is based on the concepts of Bel Canto singing - a method that changed my voice and saved my career.

Try it for yourself now! Allowing the tongue to be low and flat in the mouth while singing will change everything for you.

Want to dig deep into how to open the throat? Check out Bridging the Break, my in-depth home study course, and start singing with an open throat.

Cheers, Beth Lawrence, AllAboutVoice.com



Your Instructor


Beth Lawrence
Beth Lawrence

Beth Lawrence is the CEO of All About Voice, a company dedicated to private coaching, workshops in the performing arts, songwriting, Pageant coaching, and vocal rehabilitation. She is the author of “From Shower to Stage...7 Easy Steps for Singing Like a Pro!", based on the Lawrence Vocal System which teaches a holistic approach to voice coaching and therapy honoring the connection of body, mind and spirit.

As a teenager, growing up in sunny, seaside Santa Barbara, California, Beth decided to be a singer when she heard Dionne Warwick sing 'Anyone Who Had A Heart’, and remembers thinking, “If someone can make me feel so much with their voice, then I want to be able to do that, too!”. Beth's love of singing and songwriting has led her around the world, sharing the transformative power of music.

Beth has written, recorded and produced numerous CD’s, among them, When The Sky Is Red, which was awarded “Best Vocal Album of the Year!” by L.A. Jazz Scene Magazine. She has won the American Song Festival’s International Vocal Competition, and the Billboard Magazine Latin Song Award. Her lullaby CD, Land of Sleepytime was awarded the National Association of Parenting Publications Gold Award.

Beth believes in the transformative power of music, as her own life was changed with the help of Giuseppe Balestrieri, the vocal mentor who saved her voice and career. Learn more: allaboutvoice.com


Course Curriculum


  One minute module
Available in days
days after you enroll

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish. Heck, it's only one minute, so watch it as many times as you like!
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.

Take a minute (literally!) to watch this video that will introduce you to the correct tongue position for an open throat.

The tongue is responsible for a lot of vocal problems when not kept in the proper position. So to have an open, warm sound, you'll want to understand what you need to do to start re-training your tongue.

Learn a simple trick to keep your tongue manageable while you sing.

Cheers, Beth Lawrence, AllAboutVoice.com

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