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  1. So now that I am in full swing back to singing professionally between my cover band and getting back to session singing and staff writing the demands on my voice are heavier then they have been in 20 years. Especially in the band where we are doing a lot of R&B, Top 40, dance and disco. A couple of things I have realized for myself living now on the frontline of the reality of singing is that training my voice as a rock singer for all these years did some great stuff but I feel I neglected a lower bridge and lower falsetto, 2 things that are absolutely paramount with that style that aren't
  2. Hey guys!! I got a Rode NT-Usb so i wanted to see how it performs!   I still didnt really get to hang of the Mic and how to use it the optimal way but here it goes!   Tell me what you think!!! I had alot better recordings but i kept this one for some reason xD     https://app.box.com/s/bnvqdb8lrsxyqkeem72zr14cj4m531v6   I was really off- pitch in a few places!!   Also the backing track is just brutal xD
  3. Hey guys! I stumbled upon a very interesting video of 3 GREAT VOICES Pavarotti, Horne, Sutherland disscussing and explaining some of Bel Canto Techniques!   I encourage you to watch it all, its preety interesting and EDUCATIONAL!!  
  4. The vocals on this entire album are mind blowing!!!   Listen To This!     Freddy Curci         Freddy Curci on Wikipedia
  5. Learning to sing and perfecting your voice can be a daunting task. Sometimes i feel like i cant handle it and i feel down without any will to continue, but the very next day all those clouded emotions go away and i get back on track. Sometimes the "dark" periods are longer and they get to me more.   To me, Love i feel for music and singing is what drives me forward and can turn the tides even in the darkest of days.   I was wondering what made you guys go on? How was it for you from day 1 until now. What did you do when having bad days or did you ever feel like that?   Eve
  6. Hey guys so i was wondering if any of you would be interested in a little competition.   When i was starting to play guitar i was active on a forum here in Croatia. We would pick a Guitar solo and everyone would use same backing track and compete who would play some solo the best. The award is a pat on the back and kudos   So i tought it would be nice for a few of us begginers to maybe try and compete on a simpler songs like All of Me by John Legend or maybe Country Roads by John Denver. We can all decide on a song (something not too high or low so we have more competitors) and
  7. Heya guys. I made another cover i wanted to share with you. This time Beatles - Let it be.   Tell me what you think   P.s. ignore the falsetto and scream at the end of it, it was made purely for fun   https://app.box.com/s/1a5lwkagjf5erj5s7j8kss712gjsk68q
  8. Here's a quick lesson on not holding your breath or holding back your breath which is "putting the cart before the horse". and sam smith by request (go easy its live and i learned it about 10 minutes ago.)  
  9. So I've been perusing the forums for a while now as continue to develop my voice. I was wondering for everyone out there who wants to reply: If you were a beginnner again and your goal was to develop a "high-performing voice," knowing everything you know now, how would you go about your vocal training? What would you do differently? What would you do the same?   The only reason I ask this is because I've seen many people do many things:   I've seen people who got real deep with a certain vocal program, whether it's 4 Pillars or Breaking the Chains or whatever and take lessons wit
  10. I know many choose to use odd and/or clever mental or physical mnemonic devices, such as imitating a duck to get find twang, or imagining specific visual objects. What is something you've found deceptively useful in your singing practice?
  11. Approximately a month ago, I received a student from the US who has been a professional singer all his life, but for the past while, he had begun experiencing some vocal problems; like a loss of high range, a raspy/hoarse voice and a collection of excess mucus in the throat, coupled with minor acid reflux. He was experiencing fatigue with his voice and could no longer sing for prolonged periods of time.   That made my client very insecure and resulted in him refusing and cancelling upcoming gigs.   He originally arrived to me, per-registered for 20 hours of non-surgical voice rep
  12. Hey fellows! I'm back here (for the old ones lol)   Bon Jovi's Livin' on a Prayer aweeesome acoustic version! Many voices by this lil' devil...   'O'     Happy new year!
  13. First im sry for another bridging thread. Now from what i understand there are 2 bridges that needsto be built...the first one around E-G4 and the secon around A4-C5... Now my question is this...when i sing i have no problem getting to G4 and when warmed up i can go to A4 with slight to no problems...but A# is an absoluts mystery to me..i just cant seem to phonate above A..it breaks horribly... Is it possible that actually my first break is around G#-A4... Ill add a zakk wylde cover that runs up to G4 for you to listen...NOTE that that isnt my best effort and those G's are not ussually
  14. Should you just work on your physical body, or should you just work on your voice? The answer is: NONE of the above mentioned choices are right!   As per usual, I am receiving multiple e-mails from all over the world.   90% of those e-mails consist of quite long letters with all kinds of stories, primarily about the voice problems these individuals have been experiencing. The majority of them possess the notion that if something is wrong with their voice i.e. it sounds hoarse, their throat hurts and feels scratchy, they have excessive mucus in their throats and some have already
  15. I've recently made a concerted effort to lighten the mass of my phonation as I ascend. This has been a HUGE help as I kept getting "stuck" at A#4 and could never get past it to B4 in a light mass configuration.   I have no problem "pulling chest" and getting a more belty, beefy head tone B4 and above; in fact, it was much easier for me to access the notes above A#4 by using more M1 musculature. It allowed me to go up to D5 and even to E5 easier than the light mass way; now after trying to "shed the weight" as I ascend, I've been able to get bright, twangy head tones on B4 and couple of
  16. Any Estill experts here? I've come to realize that the main thing that has been holding me back is that I can't get thyroid tilt to happen in thick folds. I have been trying for a very long time now and nothing seems to work. I can make it happen only in very thin. Someone once brought my attention to the fact that one unmistakable sign that thyroid tilt is happening is that an octave feels extremely small, which is due to the fact that the folds are already pulled tighter and the arytenoids have to move less to reach higher notes. In my thinnest thin, I can make it happen easily, but otherwis
  17. just a great video....really something to learn (or re-learn) or remind yourself of....i love these kind of videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SddZaRqWIo
  18. I would like to start a topic about famous vocalists and if there vocal technique is any good. I  would like to start with Patrick Stump from fall out boy. To me it seems like he sometimes uses good technique but usually just yells everything       what do you think?
  19. Hey all,   Merry Xmas! Hope you get everything from your wish list!!   This is an article I posted on my Singer's Newsletter. It's free, btw. Sign up at www.teridanz.com   10 Best Gifts for Singers - SN Holiday Gift Guide! http://fb.me/2Jnvy3cFu -teri recording artist/ vocal coach  
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