The links found in this category will deal primarily with vocal technique, including breathing, support, registration (chest, head, mix, etc.), tensions, straining, and much more. Although many of the links are sites catered primarily to classical singers, much of the information still holds true even if you’re singing contemporary styles of music such as pop, rock, or R&B.
A message board with over 10 years worth of information on all aspects of singing, from vocal technique to health to technology. The community is comprised of singers, teachers, and professionals alike. Catered primarily to classical singers, there is still a lot of great info on there for those singing contemporary styles. Their new, parallel forum is Classical Voices.
The new address of NFCS.
A message board which is a great archive of information. Frequented by teachers of singing and students, much of the information present is applicable to singers of both classical and contemporary styles.
The precursor to The Vocalist Yahoo! Group. There is an archive with lots of threads on various topics on technique.
A Yahoo! group frequented by teachers of both classical and contemporary methods and many, many students of singing. There is a wealth of almost a decade of information available there, so be sure to use the search function when visiting the site. It is an extension of their original site, Vocalist.org.
A vocal technique blog by operatic tenor and teacher Gioacchino “Jack” LiVigni. He has a good ear and is also into vocal science.
A technique blog by operatic tenor and teacher Jean LaFond. He explains a lot of the hows and whys of vocal technique, using quite a bit of vocal science when necessary. He comes with a very open mind, willing to look into areas of vocal technique that are not well understood or ignored.
An Italian message board on singing and vocal technique. There are many good threads on there on both contemporary and classical training, so if you speak Italian, this would be a good resource for you.
An Italian vocal forum.
The web site for the Complete Vocal Technique method. There is some general information available about their method in addition to a forum with several years worth of posts.
Web site of voice teacher David Jones. He has many articles on his web site about vocal technique which he updates occasionally.