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The Voice Box Studio International

We at The Voice Box Studio have tried just about every vocal product known to mankind and have our own opinions about what works and what doesn't. We hope you'll love these products as much as we do. We are not selling these products currently, but we will be selling them at a discounted rate soon. Until then please feel free to look them over and see if they'd be a help to your singing performances.


Entertainer's Secret

We here at The Voice Box Studio feel Entertainers Secret is the best vocal lubricant on the market. We liken a vocalists who doesn't use proper lubrication on their voice when singing like driving a new Corvette without any oil in the crank case.  A great car doomed for failure due to excess friction etc. No matter how great your technique is, singing for prolonged periods will wear on your voice especially if you aren't prepared.  The right lubrication gives your voice a more pleasing sheen and tone. It also allows your voice to slide into the next register instead of getting stuck during a heavy lean in. Just as eating the right foods is paramount to good singing habits so is the right lubricant. There are two ways to lubricate the voice. (1) From the inside through foods and supplements, and (2) being from the outside with lubricants. Since we take singing very seriously here at The Voice Box Studio we come at it from both angles. The external lubricant being Entertainers Secret. The internal being the product below. H.A.

We've heard a lot of people say "Don't worry about vocal spray, just drink more water". Or "I should't have to use that if I'm singing right" Where do we begin?  While we agree that drinking water is good for your health and voice, we also know that if water was a lubricant we'd put it in our engine blocks to lengthen the  years of our cars.  But we don't use water that way because its not a lubricant.  At least not in the way we would qualify one. Having said that w
e recommend you breath on a mirror and contemplate how much water you just exhaled when you fogged it up. Now think about a high demand performance and how much you'll be breathing along with the dynamics of voice and how it works.  So we do recommend drinking plenty of fluids. But having said that, t
here are times that certain climates and allergies cause the voice to dry up even after drinking large amounts of water. So although we recommend water for hydration, we think of it as a carrier for the lubricants you put in your system like H.A. and Entertainers secret. 

Singing is not talking, nor is it just breathing. It's an in depth process that needs to be tuned for such activity and when you're singing a high demand performance you need a real lubricant that won't let you down and Entertainer's Secret, and H.A. is the two fold answer.


H.A.  Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid is a beautiful vocal supplement that helps improve your singing voice in profound ways.  Most people, including vocal coaches, don't even know about this product. But we're so passionate about voice that we leave no stone un-turned to find these gems for all singers everywhere. This is information I wish someone had shared with me when I was building up my voice.  It only came after digging and extensive researching so we simply say...

"Use it!....love it!....Thank us later."


"The extracellular matrix (ECM), once regarded simply as a structural scaffold, is now recognized as an important modulator of cellular behavior and function. One component that plays a prominent role in this process is hyaluronic acid (HA)--a molecule found in many different tissues. Research into the roles of HA indicates that it plays a key role in tissue viscosity, shock absorption, and space filling. Specifically, research into the role of HA in laryngology indicates that it has profound effects on the structure and viscosity of vocal folds."

Newborn Babies and H.A.

Newborns have been shown to cry an average of 6.7 hours per day during the first 3 months, with a sustained pitch of 400–600 Hz, and a mean duration per day of 2 hours.[15] Similar treatment on adult VF would quickly result in edema, and subsequently aphonia. Schweinfurth and al. presented the hypothesis that hyaluronic acid high content and distribution in newborn VF is directly associated with newborn crying endurance.[15] These differences in newborn vocal fold composition would also be responsible for newborns inability to articulate sounds, besides the fact that their lamina propria is a uniform structure with no vocal ligament. The layered structure necessary for phonation will start to develop during the infancy and until the adolescence.[12]