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  1. Robert Lunte

    Audix VX5 Condenser Microphone

    Robert Lunte, of The Vocalist Studio and The Four Pillars of Singing shares some details about the Audio VX5, condenser microphone. Purchase the Audix VX5 here: http://www.TheVocalGearStore.com. Description The VX5 is a multi purpose, professional vocal condenser microphone designed for live, studio and broadcast applications. With an ability to duplicate studio quality sound on stage, the VX5 has a smooth and accurate frequency response, resistance to feedback and handles very high SPLs without distortion. Designed with a tight and uniformly controlled supercardioid polar pattern, the VX5 helps isolate vocals from the rest of the stage. Other features are a 14 mm gold vapor diaphragm, an acoustically ported steel mesh grill with a multi-stage pop filter, and a -10 dB pad and bass roll-off filter. The VX5 will handle SPLs in excess of 140 dB (with pad and roll-off engaged) and will provide over 20 dB of ambient noise rejection on live stages. In addition to vocal applications, the VX5 is designed to capture instruments such as guitars, woodwinds, brasses, percussion toys, drum overheads, hi-hats and pianos. The VX5 requires 18 - 52 V phantom power. Applications - Live and studio vocals, lead and backing - Speech - Acoustic instruments Please see the spec sheet under the specifications tab for more information about this product.
  2. Robert Lunte

    Audix VX5 Review & Demonstration

    Robert Lunte, of The Vocalist Studio and The Four Pillars of Singing shares some details about the Audio VX5, condenser microphone. Purchase the Audix VX5 here: http://www.TheVocalGearStore.com. Description The VX5 is a multi purpose, professional vocal condenser microphone designed for live, studio and broadcast applications. With an ability to duplicate studio quality sound on stage, the VX5 has a smooth and accurate frequency response, resistance to feedback and handles very high SPLs without distortion. Designed with a tight and uniformly controlled supercardioid polar pattern, the VX5 helps isolate vocals from the rest of the stage. Other features are a 14 mm gold vapor diaphragm, an acoustically ported steel mesh grill with a multi-stage pop filter, and a -10 dB pad and bass roll-off filter. The VX5 will handle SPLs in excess of 140 dB (with pad and roll-off engaged) and will provide over 20 dB of ambient noise rejection on live stages. In addition to vocal applications, the VX5 is designed to capture instruments such as guitars, woodwinds, brasses, percussion toys, drum overheads, hi-hats and pianos. The VX5 requires 18 - 52 V phantom power. Applications - Live and studio vocals, lead and backing - Speech - Acoustic instruments Please see the spec sheet under the specifications tab for more information about this product.
  3. Robert Lunte

    Audix VX5 Review & Demonstration

    Robert Lunte, of The Vocalist Studio and The Four Pillars of Singing shares some details about the Audio VX5, condenser microphone. Purchase the Audix VX5 here: http://www.TheVocalGearStore.com. Description The VX5 is a multi purpose, professional vocal condenser microphone designed for live, studio and broadcast applications. With an ability to duplicate studio quality sound on stage, the VX5 has a smooth and accurate frequency response, resistance to feedback and handles very high SPLs without distortion. Designed with a tight and uniformly controlled supercardioid polar pattern, the VX5 helps isolate vocals from the rest of the stage. Other features are a 14 mm gold vapor diaphragm, an acoustically ported steel mesh grill with a multi-stage pop filter, and a -10 dB pad and bass roll-off filter. The VX5 will handle SPLs in excess of 140 dB (with pad and roll-off engaged) and will provide over 20 dB of ambient noise rejection on live stages. In addition to vocal applications, the VX5 is designed to capture instruments such as guitars, woodwinds, brasses, percussion toys, drum overheads, hi-hats and pianos. The VX5 requires 18 - 52 V phantom power. Applications - Live and studio vocals, lead and backing - Speech - Acoustic instruments Please see the spec sheet under the specifications tab for more information about this product. View full articles
  4. Does professional and the vibrant and pleasant vocal tones develop over a long time? I am not currently satisfied with my range and tone especially and I want to be able to develop more and more. How is he able to manipulate his tone so well comparing the first two videos and third video? It's almost as if he's two different singers.. Personal questions: I have been singing for a while now but only recently throughout 2016 I have "Properly practiced" getting rid of my bad habits, fixing tone, pitch, etc. 1. Is it normal that after I started to do so, my range increased VERY FAST. In a span of 4-6 months, I am able now to reach the notes he is singing that otherwise BEFORE I would just choke and sound like I am shouting. Just curious because I am worried I might be destroying my voice by pushing it too hard. There are times before I damaged my voice by improper technique which I guess somehow made my voice range increase as a short cut? is that even possible? I tend to just go all out when I sing right after doing my workouts. Example song I practice is the first video I post below.. ( I am currently using Ken Tamplin's workouts, if that is helpful in any way). ONE IMPORTANT thing to note is that as I go up in pitch and shed my weight, It feels like the TONE of my voice gets higher as well. It's like I sound chesty in the lower ranges then suddenly like little kid in the higher ranges. I also tend to MIMIC singers for a long time... sadly.. is it normal that I am mimicing their style in every different singer? I feel like it doesn't sound "right" if I don't sing with their TONE. 2. As I go higher in pitch, is it normal to feel like something in my mask/palate area to NARROW DOWN? It feels like my mask area is flexing and my chords are very tightly closing. IT ISN'T PAINFUL. Or is this improper technique? Am I suppose to feel COMPLETELY OPEN? When I try to keep it completely open it feels like my voice goes SPLAT and airy and it hurts. Sometimes I feel like I am overwhelmed wondering if I am singing right or am I singing improperly even following his lessons and achieving growth. Anyways heres, the singer. How is his technique? It'll be awesome if there are some veterans or experienced singers to guide a newbie like myself to achieve this versatility in terms of programs and what I need to do. How does everyone here see Ken Tamplin's program?... Thank you!!
  5. Timothy Liu

    I Will (The Beatles) Cover

    Dear All, I recently did a cover of I Will by The Beatles, with the attached Soundcloud link as follows: Your comments and review are absolutely appreciated. Thanks all! Regards sincerely, Tim
  6. Dear all, I am new to this forum. My name is Timothy Christian Liu, and I am an intermediate singer who is working to be an aspiring vocalist. My genre includes folk, acoustic, and a bit of pop, although I went through a bit of classically-based training for a little while. I am glad to have found this forum and encounter a ton of talented singers here, where hopefully we can share and learn from each other. I recently did a few covers of these songs, just for your listening: Here, There And Everywhere (The Beatles) Cover - The Most Recent One I Will (The Beatles) Cover Cake By The Ocean (DNCE) Cover All I Have To Do Is Dream (The Everly Brothers) Cover Time Of Your Life (Green Day) Cover I recorded all the guitars and vocals (lead and backing) on my own. Granted, some of these recordings are done quite a while back when I have not learned to get the best recordings from my mic, so apologies for that. I hope you all enjoy it and comments and feedback are absolutely appreciated! Regards and God bless always, Tim
  7. Good morning Ray, thanks for randomly playing on my shuffle this morning as I drove into the studio. Keeping it real, and reminding me why the hell I started doing this...
  8. Robert Lunte

    Microphone Ergonomics

    Received my new Shure BETA 57a today. Mic Ergonomics is an important consideration. I typically don't use the front line Shure live mics because there are so many other, more exotic options to use that sound just as great if not better. However, I do like the thin "shank" on this mic because it fits well in a singer's hand. Ok, I'm microphone geeking. Thanks to Robert Gardunia, my student for the inspiration to add one to my collection.
  9. I own several microphones but I wanted to know if anyone could recommend a really nice affordable mic that brings out warmth and richness in your vocals. Thank you!
  10. An idea I have had for a while. In light of the sometimes argumentative/hardcore debate vibe of online forums....lets go the opposite way and work TOGETHER and record a song. How would this work? Dunno but I can put out some suggestions. I would be willing to do most of the legwork. IT DOESNT HAVE TO BE A WORLD BEATER....JUST SOMETHING FOR FUN AND CAMARADERIE! 1) I can write a basic song and record the rhythm track etc. We can vote on the key lol. 2) Either I, or all of us together, can write some basic lyrics. 3) a.) depending on how many brave people step up, we can subdivide the song parts. 1 guy sings first verse, another guy 2nd verse, a couple guys on the chorus. Someone with some soul and melisma can give some nice fills etc. b.) or, I can just sing a demo of the whole song and then each person can sing whatever part of the song they want to sing etc 4) I'll put an mp3 of the rhythm track and you can import it into your DAW and then everyone can send me a wav of JUST their vocal and I can put it into the song and mix it all etc My thinking is that the verses will be basic chest voice stuff and pretty easy, then maybe the chorus will step up a bit into headvoice etc. The bridge of course is where people can get creative and do their best Robert Plant vibe or whatever else they want to do. I havent thought it thru to the nth degree but it could be a really fun thing and the details will work themselves out. Any brave volunteers?? We can vote on the general vibe of the song, keeping in mind im an "old timer" so its going to be in the vague ballpark of LedZep/Beatles/VanHalen, with maybe a touch of grunge ---------------- Edit. after much discussion blah blah, here is what we currently have: ok guys. I have uploaded all pertinent files to box.com. We can try these links to see if they work song with vocals https://app.box.com/s/qd4imrazmdd9zcmpkck87usmw32hlg7l Rhythm track without vocals. Use this in your DawDAW at 130 bpm https://app.box.com/s/u8u6g6vxs0x5hy77cpw6z82n3rcei1yj MP3 rhythm track 11.3mb https://app.box.com/s/3hn868cn7ugzlwpm7e6swvtla4orh2nv Total vocal track, isolated. if you want to bring this into your DAW for reference etc. https://app.box.com/s/3dxy8vub6f9l5liywnamo29xaukhfq6r And if you want to hear the harmonies broken down Main chorus part https://app.box.com/s/z96dq4hsu1nain204e3q1yvotlmcclon Chorus middle harmony https://app.box.com/s/5lc9f79znf6jyr3nj61vpac4du1wsqko Chorus high harmony https://app.box.com/s/57e8hsloikcjn78se2shpt09wz9y1lk4 Those parts were mixed to start at the beginning of the song. Import them to the beginning of the song and they will line up correctly etc to send me files set up a free account at box.com. upload your files. share them and either post the share link in the thread or PM it to me on your recording levels. Dont try to go super hot right up to 0db. its digital so there is no need. We dont want to clip. just get a decent level like 3/4 of your meter or whatever Dry vocals etc. ---------------- Edit: The chords to the song. Only for the brave of heart
  11. Hello, i am new to this forum and i am as you will hear not a trained singer. I started making some recordings and came across some problems i am not quite sure how to get rid of. I published this video on you tube which shows the problem: I get a lot of side noise and i am not quite sure what this could be caused by. My cables/ mic are not moving. What is the reason for the side noise? Any suggestions? Also very thankful for other tips how to get the job done better! I am singing through a cheap mic and recording in audacity, adding some reverb, that is all. My first record (Shape of my heart) was a little better regarding the side noise but i did not change anything aside form singing closer to the mic. Here is the You tube link Thanks for all help! Andy
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    Robert Lunte is the owner founder of the The Vocalist Studio International www.TheVocalistStudio.com, an Internationally recognized voice training school for extreme singing vocal techniques and advanced vocal instruction. Robert is also the author and producer of the critically acclaimed vocal instruction training system, “The Four Pillars of Singing”. TVS techniques are shared around the world by voice teachers as part of the TVS International Certified Instructor Program, which is one of the fastest growing vocal organizations of highly trained voice coaches in the world today. Robert is also the founder of The Modern Vocalist World www.TheModernVocalistWorld.com, the #1 online resource for vocal education and networking on the internet. This download include four separate interviews of Robert Lunte. www.TheFourPillarsofSinging.com

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  13. Leo Golub

    We present VocalCare®

    Thank managers as well so to admit to all the members that make up this prestigious group. I want to tell about VocalCare® because that will be useful to you all.Many professionals in various disciplines who need and depend on their voice to perform work: singers, vocalists, coreutas, comedians, drivers on radio or TV, actors, lecturers, teachers, trainers, broadcasters, entertainers, business consultants and sales, telemarketers, pastors, etc.They use for many hours a day the voice as a basic tool to develop their work.Who must preserve your voice various factors that require daily.To all of them is aimed VocalCare®.And of course we realize that with the constant demands that arise on a day to day wear are produced in our tool, either by endogenous factors (inherent in ourselves or we can prevent), as well as exogenous factors ( we can not control or predict), which can produce significant changes in the organs that produce the voice and consequently deficits.The need to preserve our voice in optimal conditions led us to develop the most complete line of natural products for voice care !!VocalCare® is the answer to a better quality of life that helps us to protect and develop the most valuable asset we have: our voice !! More additional information on our website www.vocalcare.net
  14. Robert Lunte

    Crazy - Patsy Cline Classic!

    Gorgeous Singing Here! Such a talent for dynamics and expression. Nice work Carmel. It is a blessing to have you back in our studio in Seattle. http://bit.ly/TheFourPillarsofSingingVocalTraining.
  15. Robert Lunte

    RODE K2 Helps With Patsy Cline Classic

    Gorgeous Singing Here! Such a talent for dynamics and expression. Nice work Carmel who is a student at The Vocalist Studio performs the classic "Crazy" from Patsy Cline on the RODE K2.
  16. Gorgeous Singing Here! Such a talent for dynamics and expression. Nice work Carmel who is a student at The Vocalist Studio performs the classic "Crazy" from Patsy Cline on the RODE K2. View full articles
  17. Using vocal fry is a way to lighten the mass, or stop the pushing in your singing. At TVS, one of the 8 specialized onsets ( how you start a note ) that we teach in the TVS Method is called the, "Pulse & Release Onset", or Vocal Fry Onset. It is also called the, "Light Mass Onset". The Pulse & Release Onset is used to help singers build the coordination for singing without pushing. It "governs" the weight or "mass" of your singing, helping singers to stop pushing.
  18. Robert Lunte

    Vocal Fry & Onsets For Singing

    Using vocal fry is a way to lighten the mass, or stop the pushing in your singing. At TVS, one of the 8 specialized onsets ( how you start a note ) that we teach in the TVS Method is called the, "Pulse & Release Onset", or Vocal Fry Onset. It is also called the, "Light Mass Onset". The Pulse & Release Onset is used to help singers build the coordination for singing without pushing. It "governs" the weight or "mass" of your singing, helping singers to stop pushing.
  19. Using vocal fry is a way to lighten the mass, or stop the pushing in your singing. At TVS, one of the 8 specialized onsets ( how you start a note ) that we teach in the TVS Method is called the, "Pulse & Release Onset", or Vocal Fry Onset. It is also called the, "Light Mass Onset". The Pulse & Release Onset is used to help singers build the coordination for singing without pushing. It "governs" the weight or "mass" of your singing, helping singers to stop pushing. View full articles
  20. Robert Lunte - "Souls of Silence". An epic progressive metal composition from the EP, "Onset". This song was a journey to master. Special thanks to my production team Zack Uidl, Scott D. Davis for the kick ass real piano, Synergy Productions and Clay Copeland for production. Enjoy your weekend. This is the final presentation... after a long journey of figuring out how to sing this SOB.
  21. "White Rabbit" Tribute! I am proud to share a performance and production of Jefferson Airplane's classic, "White Rabbit". SaraEllen has been training with TVS for about two years. Excellent job SaraEllen! LOVE the curbing vowel resonance, steady embouchure, and "snappy" glottal attacks on the vowels, apart from the interpretation that captures the nuances we coached and discussed. Sounds great, looks great, a kick ass production and worthy achievement! Coach.
  22. I was wondering if anyone could tell me anything about my singing? What category is it? Or style? Am i tone deaf? What do you think i need to work on? I usually only sing at home. I've never sang in front of other people. I love to sing, and I do it everyday! I'd love to hear your advice or opinions please. Thank You !!! Kimberly Kay is jamming on Rescue Me! by Kimberly Kay (Songtree-id-7654).m4a Kimberly Kay jams on kubikmeter is jamming on Morning blues( at the bottom of the bottle) by Kimberly Kay (Songtree-id-12938).m4a