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  1. Ey everyone. Im Quintin, I go by Q. I'm not really a great singer or even have a great voice but lately ive been using these techniques to enhance my voice and gaawd, its been an experience. I'll share with you the ling at the bottom. Before that I'd appreciate some recommendations from you and things to try, might just excel with it. LOL Anyway here's the link https://bit.ly/39TTzth
  2. https://www.npr.org/2021/01/25/960299623/voice-author-explores-accents-language-and-what-makes-a-tone-sexy
  3. And how to practice sight singing alone? (different question) recommended sight singing resources?
  4. Hi everybody, I'm looking for a vocal teacher for my 8 year old daughter in Boulder Colorado. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated! Thank you
  5. Hi everyone! I'm new here, and my goal is to be able to eventually sing like Ronnie James Dio and Jorn Lande. As a beginner, what would be the best way to start me on my path? Should I find a teacher? If so, can someone give me some recommendations? Are there any good lessons online that could get me started? I luckily have a really high natural range, so I don't need to expand my range so much. I just want to be able to effortlessly sing high songs without it sounding too nasally and find a way to add that amazing gravel and vibrato. Thanks for your help!
  6. So, I am a rather young baritone/bass (depends who you ask) and I'm just trying to sound better singing my favorite songs. However, I don't really have the range to sing most of them, and I want to fix that lol. I feel like I have 3 modes that I can sing in, but 1 of them is unusable, and that happens to be the one in the range that I'm looking to use. I'll start with range, my comfy chest voice on a normal day is around D2 - D4 and I can occasionally get that pesky E4 on good days. My head voice on a good day can get up to F5 and can be taken down to around C4 ish. Now, the fun thing is
  7. Hearing this song for the first time can you depict an image of the singer? Do you think he is a professional or amateur? How long do you think he is been singing and playing guitar? How is his guitar playing? How old do you think he is? I sometimes do this for random artists I’ve never seen and then look them up and see the differences. Anyhow, what do you think about this cover? How can you tell?
  8. How do you singers do retrieval practice? It seems to me that this must be done acapella. At a lesson we bassically only sing with accompaniment. I find that I have never been tought how retrieval pratice works for singers. What are your tips? I find that amateur singers who are ok at singing have sung acapella without even thinking about doing it as an exercise.
  9. It is sad to say and hear that we have lost another great singer, songwriter and friend. John Prine passed do to complications of the corona virus. John was not in the greatest of health to begin with and the added stress of the virus became too much for his body to handle. If you have heard John singing you may wonder why he would be brought up in a Vocalists forum. From a singers standpoint he was not the best of singers and his voice did not have any special characteristics. His songs are simple, uncomplicated and lack any technical flare. When he sings and writes it is as if he we
  10. Opera singers, classical singers, actors, cantors, preachers and even nowadays rock stars and rappers could gain a great deal from learning one of the most elaborate and sophisticated singing techniques that was invented more than 200 years ago by the Scuola Italiana del Belcanto (translated freely into: The Italian school of beautiful singing). This ancient school of thought has produced some of the most fundamental Opera music and singing techniques that are on a daily basis use by most Opera houses in the world. But , you don't have to be an Opera singer to take advantage
  11. Hey guys ? Can you please tell me if it’s my mixed voice?
  12. I am looking for suggestions to work on passaggio improvement and techniques in vocal lessons.
  13. What are some suggestions for exercises and repertoire for helping a student gain strength and control in their lower register? Also suggestions for going between chest voice and mixed voice?
  14. I am in the habit of cutting the last note of a phrase of words too quickly and not holding the note as long as I should. I was wondering if there is a lesson in the TVS program that addresses this problem? I want to get to the point of breaking that habit and holding notes as long as they should be and have it be second nature to do that.
  15. 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?
  16. Alright, I don't want to discuss the religious aspect of the title. The meaning intended is "don't mix apples with oranges". Since I started to search for information about singing technique a long, long time ago, and also later when I began participating on online singing communities, a constant problem and complaint is that it's just all too confusing. Too many terms with similar meaning, discussions that many blame on terminology and invention of new terms that try to fix the problem only to then become a part of the problem itself, and so on. However, at the same time, it's been
  17. Hello, everyone! I've been a part of this forum fir a long time and I wanted to share our first single with you. I've been struggling with vocal issues this last two years so this is the result of a ton of effort and dedication, please have a listen I hope you like it, and even better, share it. We'll be releasing two new singles on September, so subscribe to our channel
  18. AUDIATION "Audiation" is "visualization, but with sound." It is the process of imagining and feeling music only in your mind, without any external stimulus. Some people have clear crisp imagination of music, while other people can only manage vague, fuzzy sounds. And among those who have clear imagination, some can only imagine a single melody, while others can apprehend harmony and a mix of instruments. Ability to AUDIATE has an enormous impact on musicality, musical creativity, and the approach to singing, learning and discussing technique. People who AUDIATE we
  19. Hi, I was wondering what singing course you would recommend for someone wanting to get a basic but comprehensive course on singing. This is not meant to answer 'how to sing high' or other 'secret' techniques etc. These things could be in the course. The point is it is a singing course, working as a comprehensive course and teaching the basics of music and singing, not necessarily 'techniques'. Doesn't have to be genre specific, in fact, shouldn't be genre specific. It would be like a guitar course that doesn't teach you how to play fingerstyle, or rock or jazz rather teaches you all the
  20. cj00

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    I'm interested in taking my singing from guy who sings in the car with the windows rolled up to windows down and singing proud. Any feedback would be great if you've got a sec. There's so much information out there but I'm just looking for a push in the right direction in terms of improving my singing. Take a look, tell me what you think. Thanks. https://youtu.be/adRM-pY0WRQ
  21. To the point: There are some *smart* voice teachers displaying before and after of their students as a sign of improvement and that are deliberately faking results and exploiting recording conditions to create the illusion that their singing method produces *huge* voices. In this particular case I saw, the teacher compares a dry and very clean/honest recording of a students voice on a controlled volume level (meaning that it was properly gain staged for the best possible audio fidelity) and low to no reverb, which would be the before, with a badly distorted/digitally clipped sample o
  22. Dear Forum, This is my first post to this great "the singing wisdom". I just started my adventure with singing literally from scratch like 6 months ago. Never did this before. I mostly sing some covers i like with acoustic guitar (I do play guitar for many years) , and I find this a fun and inspiration. I want to develop this more. I know my comfort register - key G#. I mainly transpose song to this area. Easy on guitar. Here is an issue. There are some songs I want to sing, they start first note like 1 tone up from my comfort
  23. Hello I am having real trouble finding my falsetto, I can't make that effortless sound, it is always strained. I was always able to make a voice that I thought was falsetto, but I got to the conclusion that is flageolet instead. I got really used to it and it is relaxed, and really sounds like falsetto, but I think it isn't falsetto mainly because: - It isn't connected to chest voice. I know sometimes it's difficult to connect head and chest voice, but this is extremely disconnected, it is a different world. - I am able to transition smoothly from whistle to this flageolet. Not tryi
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