Another singing tip! Experiment with singing with and without vibrato when you’re practicing a song. Get a sense of where the sweet spots are in your range and when it sounds and feels good to let your spin come through. When I’m singing higher pitches, it takes more effort to make my voice spin, and my vibrato sometimes sounds a little strained. Experimenting this way has taught me to lean more toward “straight tone” singing when I’m at the top of my range, which feels better and sounds better to me in my head. When I’m singing in the middle or bottom of my range, I’m more inclined to let my vibrato come through. If you practice this way, you’ll begin to learn your voice and figure out all the things you can and can’t do with it. So, love your voice, but also know your voice so you can do your best singing!