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  • VOCAL TRAINING PROGRAMS   8 members have voted

    1. 1. Which popular training program below that you have used before, would you recommend?


      • TVS - The Four Pillars of Singing
      • Complete Vocal Technique
      • KTVA
      • Breaking The Chains
      • Singing Success
      • Estill (EVTS)
      • Speech Level Singing
      • Other Programs Not Mentioned

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  • VOCAL TRAINING PRIORITIES   98 members have voted

    1. 1. What is the most important consideration when training the voice?


      • Training to Bridge the Passaggio
      • Training the Head Voice
      • Training Belt Technique
      • Training Formants and Vowels
      • Training Onsets
      • Training Vocal Twang
      • Warming Up Properly
      • Stop Training and Start Singing

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  • Posts

    • Recommend songs, with a decent amount of E5-F#5 belts
      Oooooh weee boy you need a song with consistently powerful E5 - F#5 belts?  Have I got the song for you mate!  I've posted this before but it's such a perfect match for your request that I can't help but link it here again.   1:09 "The fiiiiiiireeeebaaaallll would dim  the suuuuuuuunn, promiiiisiiing death in it's cruelest foooorrrrm"           B4  C#5   D5     E5         D5   C#5  B4   D5 C#5 B4     B4 C#5 D5    F#5  E5 E5 D5 E5  F#5 E5 D5 Talk about a challenging chorus. xD
    • Recommend songs, with a decent amount of E5-F#5 belts
      You can get pretty decent recordings out of an Ipad, phone, built in mic on your computer... I'd like to hear your voice if you don't mind. An Ipad recording will do. PM me if you like.
           
    • Iron Maiden - Speed of light
      Hi Simon, I think you actually got a good voice for hard rock and metal, but you sound very constrained/chocked up in this song, especially in the higher notes. Additionally, because of the way you are singing, you are having pitch problems on the high notes. If I may humbly suggest you that if you are really passionate about music and singing, and you seem like you are, consider learning and practicing vocal techniques with either a good vocal coach or a singing method. Keep on rocking!
    • Recommend songs, with a decent amount of E5-F#5 belts
      Hi Ren, I believe that when SexyBeast asked you about those relatively lower notes (C4-A4) he did not intend to challenge you, but only point out that you need a great foundation to reach those higher notes. This is a really problematic area because it sits right on the passaggio or transition area between registers/resonances, and if you are having difficulties or not "sounding good" in this area, you will probably have a tougher time trying to sing, or even worse, belting in such high range. Peace
    • MXL v67 VS sE X1
      Hey guys, I need a mic for my home studio as I'm starting recording covers - different genres (pop, rock, metal, country, jazz).  I have that external sound card or preamp (right?). I plugin the mic to it and connect it on USB with the computer. I process the signal later in Cubase. I've been researching and two mics stood out - MXL v67 and sE X1. I've learned that v67 is a tube mic and sE is not, so they are not in the same category. How would you compare these two? From technical, sound and practical side. PS: sE x1 T actually is a tube mic but it's more expensive. How do you you compare it with MXL v67? Thanks in advance!
    • Concentrate on the Right Things
      Don't claim your method is the bomb unless you can back it up.. Case closed
    • Concentrate on the Right Things
      I think what Daniel was doing was using an example of a claim some teacher might make. But the gist is that a teacher should be able to deliver as promised. He is not saying you should try to sound like this or that singer or teach to sound like this or that singer. But if you are a teacher and make claim, you need to back it up. Conversely, don't make promises you can't keep.
    • Recommend songs, with a decent amount of E5-F#5 belts
      Btw guys, thx for the songs. I listened to them all.