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TVS Teacher - Randy Loran - Sings "LIGHTS" - INCREDIBLE!

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Hey TMV World Forum Athletes... here is my best friend, student and TVS Certified Instructor, Randy Loran singing "Lights" from Journey... This is in fact, 1 live take, no over-dubs... straight into the DAW last night in my studio in Seattle. Also, I might ad, he had a cold and his headphones were only playing in the left ear... ?!

This is so good its sick... wow.

https://thevocaliststudio.box.com/shared/static/rc1vsn5870xbqjwj9v2w.mp3

If you guys have any questions about this, let me know, or feel free to contact Randy on FB.

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Hey TMV World Forum Athletes... here is my best friend, student and TVS Certified Instructor, Randy Loran singing "Lights" from Journey... This is in fact, 1 live take, no over-dubs... straight into the DAW last night in my studio in Seattle. Also, I might ad, he had a cold and his headphones were only playing in the left ear... ?!

This is so good its sick... wow.

https://thevocaliststudio.box.com/shared/static/rc1vsn5870xbqjwj9v2w.mp3

If you guys have any questions about this, let me know, or feel free to contact Randy on FB.

Very nice singing!

I remember some people talking about if Steve Perry uses "light mass" or "medium mass" onset/phonation. Ignoring Steve Perry, what is used here? (primarily). What kind of volume is generated while singing this?

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Awesome, Randy.

For Breakin, it sounded like medium mass to me, as Randy has a heavier voice. In fact, normally, he sounds like a twin of Geoff Tate. However, here, it sounds like he is using medium mass and narrower vowels.

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Awesome, Randy.

For Breakin, it sounded like medium mass to me, as Randy has a heavier voice. In fact, normally, he sounds like a twin of Geoff Tate. However, here, it sounds like he is using medium mass and narrower vowels.

* Do you mean that, since Randy sounds heavier here than Steve Perry in the same song, he uses medium mass? (Implying Steve Perry uses light mass)

* Or because he has a heavier voice he needs to use medium mass to sound similar to Steve Perry using light mass (Steve being a tenor)?

* Something else.

The second statement seems weird, just double-checking so I haven't misunderstood something! I think the true answer is in what you said; Medium mass with narrow vowels.

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Very nice singing!

I remember some people talking about if Steve Perry uses "light mass" or "medium mass" onset/phonation. Ignoring Steve Perry, what is used here? (primarily). What kind of volume is generated while singing this?

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Id say "light' to 'medium' light mass... this kind of singing 'floats' more... it leans to the lighter side, generally speaking.

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Robert, how taxing (tiring) was it for Randy to sing this song?

Keith, physically, not much... but I think mental focus, it is a major league endeavor. He has trained with me for about 6 years.

Ill invite Randy in and see if he can leave some comments and answer questions for you guys...

How are you doing Keith?

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