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  1. Hello, fellow singers! Here is my next cover: If you like what you see, please share and like the video, and subscribe to my channel! Thank you all.I hope you enjoy!
  2. Hello, fellow singers! My next cover is here:www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dd7SG9davBcIf you like it, please share the video and subscribe to my channel! Thank you all.I hope you enjoy!
  3. Hello, fellow singers! I've chosen this classic tune as my first full-length cover.www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNPIvMNuW54If you like it, please share the video and subscribe to my channel! Thank you all.
  4. www.vocalizing.com By Karen Oleson and Timothy Strong The genesis for this article comes from a workshop I was asked to present for a local chapter of NATS (National Assoc. of Teachers of Singing). It is only in very recent history, that performance studies in vocal jazz have been offered in academic settings. Prior to this if one wished to be a jazz singer they learned by listening to, following and copying other singers and experimenting and performing at every opportunity. Now that jazz styles have been codified it is easier for modern educators to expose jazz singing to s
  5. What is the best way to talk about the anatomy and physiology of the voice (to any age from elementary-adults) while keeping students engaged?
  6. How can you help teach a student to naturally let vibrato happen? For example if a student has been previously taught to sing with a mostly straight tone or reprimanded by people for singing with vibrato and doesn't know how to let it naturally happen, how do you teach that? Especially if it occasionally will come through in their lower register but they really struggle with it in the upper register?
  7. Link: https://youtu.be/WERaHzmllfo This is my cover that i did of “Dont Know Why” by Norah Jones. Any and all feed back is welcome. Please review this song and let me know how you feel I did on my cover.
  8. Hello I'm a 19 years old girl who loves singing. I want to improve my singing skills, and I want to learn how I can sing without hurting my throat. Could anybody listen to my songs and critique them or teach me how to get improved? https://youtu.be/1qLiXAqia9Y Here's the link of my covers.
  9. Sorry about word timing... Still not sure how to swing the beats on this old song ... to make it more lively ... need to sing it for a wedding! Any suggestions for improvement would be so great, i.e. mixed voice, head voice, & chest voice form a coherent one voice? Love & peace
  10. Hello, I have been learning the various voice registers & applying to this song. Any suggestions on where to improve would be greatly appreciated, i.e. Do it sounds like one voice? or not yet? Love & peace
  11. Vibrato is one subject that I haven't seen discussed here since I've been here. One problem I had for a couple of years is vibrato-related, and I've recently started thinking about it and fixing it. I recently started thinking about vibrato, in general, and I came to the idea that there were different kinds. The kind I learned to do was a classical kind. You know, it's heavy, thick, and strong. I learned it from classical singers, and my coach had some classical training, so he gave me some of that. I would try to tweak that because, in my genre of choice, and many other styles,
  12. Good evening, I am a beginner just-for-fun singer, the extent of my experience being singing about an hour each day in the car on the drive to/from work. I have been doing this for the past 2-3 months or so, give or take. Anyway, I am curious about vibrato and its different forms. I have read that there is a false vibrato and a true vibrato, but it seems like there is more to it than simply two forms. While singing, I have produced a vibrato-like sound in four different ways. Actively/continuously pulsating the diaphragm, changing intensity of air flow Actively/contin
  13. just some quick vocals I threw onto a Latvian buddys music track (from wikiloops) I wrote the lyrics around 9pm and I couldnt keep my eyes open and I was going to just do the vox later but I decided to "just lay down a scratch vox track"...but you know how that goes. I was dead tired so this may not be my best but I still dig it even though I was struggling a bit The vibe is a little different than my songs because essentially he never changes chords lol....gives a bit more of a stoner rock feel, which I dig Anyone figure out the story I am paraphrasing in the song
  14. Really would like to get some helpful criticism on my first song I have on the radio in order to improve my vocal performance. The song is "Love Like You" I'm currently playing 6-7 shows a week and would love advice on how to keep consistent and just improve my overall performance. I'm on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/dylanbriscall All the songs on Early Mornings, Late Nights, and Long Roads were written and composed by me and were produced by Joel Kazmi--who’s worked with artists like The Tea Party, Rush, N’sync, Sum 41, and Anne Murray. If you don't want to listen that is absol
  15. Hi Folks, It has been a while since my last post. This time I wanted to do something that is quite different from my last song(s). I have always wanted to do distortion at lower ranges. I just could not find the right support mechanism and way to do this without hurting myself. I have understood how to do this safely without injuring myself. Sometimes when I am not yet sufficiently warmed up I get a itchy feeling when I try to distort. If I am careful, it goes away after a while. I am assuming that I am not doing anything wrong because I can sing like this for more than an
  16. Hi, I am a sixteen year-old classical singer aspiring to study opera. I have a "serious" (I don't really know what qualifies as serious) vibrato problem, and I would really appreciate any advice! I have a wonderful teacher, a former professional opera singer, but she is a bit too nice and hesitates to criticize me, even when I can hear my vibrato issue clearly in recordings of my singing. I'll tell you about my voice, if that info would be helpful. I'm a soprano, range Eb3 to G#6. My voice is extremely loud and very resonant (though sometimes the resonance is a bit nasal in my low
  17. Hi! For the ones that are new to my name, I am Francis. 15 years of age. i like singing classical, rnb and opera. Maybe some rock too. It's been a long time since I last posted and I was like a newbie way back then. And I am coming back with a song of G. Puccini popularized by Luciano Pavarotti. This is Nessun Dorma. http://picosong.com/Sbbw I had a break somewhere at "Il nome mio nessun sapra" and I really want to ask about that. First, about what the title says. What resonation am I using? Is it chest, head, or mixing? WARNING: The very first part of the clip where I was speaking is ver
  18. "Je T'aime" : is a romantic French-pop ballad of Lara Fabian, included in the album “Pure” (1996), Lara Fabian is a multilingual Belgian, Canadian lyric soprano had sung songs in French, Italian, Spanish, and English, Portuguese, Hebrew and Greek.The song expresses the love and pain that a woman feels for her beloved!I Hope you enjoy it!Official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ChryssanthemisModern Music Arts Facebook Page: :https://www.facebook.com/modernmusicartsModern Music Studios Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/modernmusica...Composition - Lyrics: Lara Fabian & Rick Alis
  19. Hello! I want to share with you my Official Cover of the song At Last. Is a song of Etta James which is one of my biggest influences in jazz singing. The song’s lyrics refer to the love of a young woman that’s finally fulfilled. This song encapsulates the youth spirit of 1960’s. First Official Release: November 15,1960 by Etta James.The song was originally written by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren for the musical film Orchestra Wives (1941), starring George Montgomery and Ann Rutherford.I Hope you enjoy it!Recorded - Produced & Mastered at Modern Music Studios Official Facebook Page: https:/
  20. I am a singer in 3 different Rock bands, a duo (doing Simon & Garfunkel and Bee Gees type harmonies) and also as a solo artist. So I sing a wide variety of Rock, Pop, Blues, Country, Reggae and many other genre. I had vocal training several years ago as I was having difficulty with singing high and it was causing me to do some damage to my voice. The training was classical in nature and many of my training pieces were from Les Miserable. I had to learn to relax to avoid straining my instrument. I was pleased to hear from my trainer that I have a vocal range as great as Pavarotti's. M
  21. Hey everyone I know that I ask too many questions on this site, but I also know I'll get great answers that are informative and detailed, so I won't get too irritated with myself. -I would like to focus on the lower notes in my range. Since I sing soprano, I kind of feel like people forget that I can sing low, I don't just have these random high notes. I'm definitely not as good as an alto but I can still try to improve anyway. The lowest note I can sing, before I'm really just imitating a whale, is a C3. The "highest" low note before I start (kind of) mixing or going into head voice is an
  22. Hey all. I hope everyone is doing okay.   My question today is how can one add more emotion to his/her singing while singing lower notes ? everything below the end of the fourth octave.   I've noticed, as a guy with a bit of a deep voice (I don't know if I'm a baritone or not anymore, I used to believe I was) it is easier for me to bring emotion into my singing when singing over the end of the fourth octave around F4 - B4.   But anything below that seems mostly just plain boring or bland, unless I forcibly sing breathy and lower my volume, which isn't really practical in m
  23. Many singers identify themselves based on their voice type, such as I'm a soprano, I'm a tenor, etc. Voice type is really based on two separate ingredients: range (which notes your vocal folds can produce) and timbre (the sound of your voice). But I bet that if you ask a singer what their range is, very few will actually have the answer. That's really odd if you think about it. Athletes know their height AND weight but singers can't tell you the highest or lowest note of their range. What determines your range is the diameter of your vocal cords: the smaller the diameter (and hence) l
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