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Advanced Voice and Singing Lessons - Mastering Mix Trailer

click here http://www.singingsuccess.com/mastering-mix Advanced Voice and Singing Lessons - Mastering Mix Trailer Over a decade ago, Brett Manning released the revolutionary Singing Success program which has become the best selling vocal program of our time. Brett has continued to develop and perfect thousands of new and effective exercises that focus on the most difficult part of the voice, the mix. These exercises have been distilled and refined to create the most complete systematic vocal training program in the world, Mastering Mix. The Mix is the most elusive part of the voice. It creates a smooth transition between the chest voice (bottom) and the head voice (top) which enables singers to reach their full potential. Ninety percent of singers experience some kind of break-flip or disconnect between these two qualities. With the mix, you have the power of chest voice and the freedom of head voice - The same commercial tones used by greats like Keith Urban, Hayley Williams of Paramore, Take 6, and many more are unveiled. ORDER TODAY! http://www.singingsuccess.com/mastering-mix

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reverse phonation

Here is a video on how to accomplish reverse phonation. IT will teach you how to hit those Mariah Carey high notes easily!! But be patient as you do this. For more go to www.singing-high.com

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#7 bass notes: the double low G down to C

1.Paul Harkey from the Anchormen with some nice Ab1:s, song is "After awhile". 2.Finally I found some low Barry White! It shouldn´t be so hard though..here he talks/sings around G1/A1 and then sustains a G1 (BELIEVE) moves up to A1 and tries for a whispery D1! The song is Dark and loveley and is a nice duet between Barry and Isaac Hayes (who hits a few D2:s). 3.David lee Roth talksinging his way down to G1, song is Tight. 4.Eric Bennet with a passage sung around G1, song is "Just a little talk with Jesus". This clip was featured in the bass video of biglhot75. 5.Eric again, this time with a powerful G1, song is "When the Lord saved me". Also from the biglhot75 video. 6.Tim Riley hits a looooong G1 in the famous 4 octave spread ending together with Jay Parrack. A live version of When he comes I´ll fly away. 7.Same song and note but from this year! 8.JD Sumner with a nice sustained G1 from song One by one. 9.Aaron McCune with two nice G1:s from the biglhot75 video, song is "By Your grace, for Your glory" and "for the sake of my heart". 10.Allen Brantley from Accapella hits a close mike F#1 in the middle of the clip, I´m a bit unsure of the pitch though. 11.Barry again, this time with his lowest note ever, three F#1:s from song Low rider. 12.Cecil Stringer (left in picture) with a nice F1, from the same song (Beautiful Life) that I featured in my 5th video where Cecil bottomed out at a C1. 13.Tim with his lowest note ever! A F1 from song I´m saved. 14.JD Sumner with a low sung passage bottoming at a F1, song is Wayfaring Stranger. 15.Aaron McCune with his lowest note ever, an E1. Song is That old Alter live in 2003. 16.George Younce with a smoking E1. Song is "The love of the Lord", clip is from biglhot75´s bass video. 17.Eric Bennet with a strong E1 (this guy can do a C1!), song is "Terrible time down there", clip is from biglhot75´s bass video. 18.Paul Harkey with an Eb1 from Working on a building. Does he do it as good as Sterban? Almost. 19.Paul Kennamer (right in picture) with a good Eb1 from Lay it down, live version. 20.JD again, this time with the final part of One by One, very nice song. He sings G1 on KEEP your heart and on the last SKY. D1 on HEART, a shame that he hesitates though. Possibly even lower on the word draws NIGH in the middle. 21.JD with a live version of Way down with an Elvis imitator. I don´t think he nails the C1, rather a D1. 22.In the studio version he does not land on the C1 but rather slides in a whispery way down from Eb1 to B0/C1. 23.Another live version, this time I think he nails the double low C! 24.Youtuber Casey Moo with a C2 and a C1. I´m not totally convinced that it is non-fry. It sounds too easy and alas weak, but I could be wrong. Coming up next, the subcontra octave basses

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The Vocal Range of Snowy Shaw (Bb1-Bb5)

Here's another metal singer with a huge range. His lower register is pretty freaky, and he uses a lot of fry, but mainly for effect. Didn't have much material for this one sadly. 1: A solid F#2 from Notre Dame song Ulv. 2: A nice C2 from the studio Notre Dame version of Dusk. A rare no-fry line! 3: Some Bb1s from the fry-ish sounding first verse of Snowy's acoustic Dusk, but I think the second one at least is full. 4: And now for three clips of the same song! E5 from the studio version of Therion's Manowar cover Thor. 5: A great live C#5-E5-G#5 climb! 6: Here Snowy starts on Eb5, then slides up to F#5 and finally a trilly Bb5! Thanks to jowox, Spydrfish, Tarantinomaniac and axisundone.

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CaseyMoo BoomBoom

Guinness Book Primetime Live lowest SINGING note (COMPASS SCALES NON INTERRUPTED) record holder, Singer/Actor Casey Moo demonstrates five octaves live 02-20-09- -hits Bb5(High Bb) at 3:19 and Bb1(non vocal fry).

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Stevie Nicks' Vocal Range [F#2-E5]

Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac has a recorded vocal range of F#2-E5, two octaves and a minor seventh. She is a contralto but didn't concentrate on her lower register much until her voice started to decline rangewise around the early 90's. She has a very low speaking voice usually around B2-C3, which sometimes drops to some very low baritone notes. Her absolute highest is a G#6 in a laugh from a video here on YouTube! Lower Register #1: A3s from Freedom, a Fleetwood Mac song from Behind The Mask. #2: G#3s from solo song Ooh My Love. #3: G3s from Fleetwood Mac song Sara. #4: F#3s from Violet and Blue. #5: Strong F3s from one of my favourite Mac songs, Gypsy. #6: Time to get low! Very strong E3s from solo song Trouble In Shangri-La... #7: Eb3 from the song Street Angel. #8: A low line from Every Day, with a short B2 ending on a strong C#3. #9: A B2 from Goodbye Baby, on the latest Fleetwood Mac album Say You Will. #10: This low harmony buried right at the end of Destiny Rules, also from Say You Will, ends on Bb2! Higher Register #1: A strong G4 ending on an A4 from Beauty and the Beast. Lovely song! #2: G#4 from Sheryl Crow duet, If You Ever Did Believe, from the Practical Magic soundtrack. #3: A nice sustained A4 from Fall From Grace, on the Trouble In Shangri-la album. #4: Great Bb4 from Stevie's version of the Blues standard At Last. #5: Fantastic B4 from Buckingham/Nicks song Frozen Love! #6: I had to include this one, a head voice C5 from you-know-what! #7: Lovely full-sounding C5s from Rhiannon. #8: A C#5 from Seven Wonders. #9: Nice D5 from Nothing Ever Changes! #10: Stevie's highest full voice note, a glissando up to Eb5 from Wild Heart! #11: An E5 from Sisters of the Moon, but I think this is Christine McVie. At 9:05 of this video watch?v=SNgXVmxj52A there is a short Stevie E5. Stevie speaks her way down to Gb2 in full voice in this interview, and down to D2 with vocal fry watch?v=g3M21qrlFxI

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#8 bass notes: the triple low C and beyond...

Time for the subcontra octave and also to leave the world of pure singing! I´ll repeat some Paul Kennamer and Tim Storms here for comparison against youtuber 5Hz. 1.Tim storms humming/singing a C1 from song "amazin grace" live version with Rescue. 2.Tim diving down to at least C1, from the Tim Storms sings eigth hertz youtube video. I don´t think there actually was a 8 Hz in that video. Guiness book of world records perhaps holds the rights to it? 3.Tim touching a A0/Bb0 (bottom note on the piano!) in the beginning of this clip!! also from "amazing grace". 4.Paul Kennamer hitting first an Ab1 then frying two D1:s (unsure of the pitch here) and then ending on the lowest note in the clip, a B0 in non-fry. Song is Jesus will fix it. 5.Paul hitting a strong Ab1 and then a strong Gb1 and then ending on a Ab0, song is It´s almost over. 6.Youtuber 5Hz ending Have yourself a merry Christmas with a house shaking non-fry Ab0. Notice the crying from a very young person afterwards! Earlier in the song this guy is touching on a Bb4! All these clips are from the Bottom out clip. 7.The 5Hz guy again. This time he ends a song on a strong chesty Ab1-D1-Ab0 cadence and then (separate recording?) sings Eb1-Ab0 in a more dry and clean way (vocal fry?). 8.5Hz singing Walk that lonesome road on Bb1-Ab1-Gb1-Ab1-Ab1.Ab0 and then singing Walk that lone on Bb0-Ab0-F0/Gb0 and then he pausesThis is also done in the dry and clean way. If it is fry it sure sounds very powerful. The picture shows a zoomed display of the audio in windows movie maker. It is evident that the pps (see below) is decreasing. 9.Paul Kennamer with his now famous C0 to C1 slide on the last word, DISPLAYYYY. The slide is hard to hear but if one listens for the number of pulses per second (pps) it is easier. C0 is 16 Hz and C1 32 Hz and one noticeably hears that the pps is increasing. The picture shows a zoomed display of the audio in windows movie maker. Here one sees how the pps is increasing for Paul. In comparison a C0 with 4 harmonics and one single C0 (no harmonics). 10.And for all you out there who say that humans cannot hear 16 Hz, here is proof that we can! It is a C0 with a 4 harmonics according to the harmonic structure of an Oboe. I clearly hear it and it sounds like 16 pps. NB: The volume must be turned up way high and good speakers have to be used. 11.The C0 with no harmonics is more felt than heard though. 12.One actually also can hear a C-1 (8 Hz) if the harmonics are there. The picture is applicable for the C-2 next 13.And C-2 with 4 harmonics (4 Hz)! 14.And here 5Hz slides down to that quintuple low C! Actually he is down to ~3Hz at one time. It sounds like we´re inside his throat. Regardless if it is strong vocal fry or not, or some other technique, this is what Tim Storms lowest notes also sound like. I have not heard Tim´s Bb-2 but reliable sources tell me that this is how they sound like! Someone told me that Tim has recorded a 1 Hz note this year. 15.I leave you with the complete Walk that Lonesome Road. It begins with the C-2 slide, then some ad lib starting at Bb2, then the Bb1 and Bb0 phrase from clip 29 above. Then (at approx. 4:34) he switches to a very pulsating mode and continues down to Bb-1 and Bb-2 but I don´t hear any words no more. The pitch is very unstable also. The picture shows the whole clip in a frequency analysis with time on the x-axis and frequency on the y-axis. The slide is very clear and also its harmonics. The last picture starts and shows the 4:34 passage where one sees that the pps is very low but unstable. So here we have reached the very end of low noteswhere do we go now? PS. The dry and clean sounding low notes in this clip (including Kennamer´s C0) is very probably strong vocal fry. The notes sound more like a SLOWERING of the voice than a LOWERING. Normal chest voice low notes are produced by lowering the resonance down to the diaphragm while vocal fry happens in the throat and just consists of slowing up the produced sound DS New info: this guy hits several subcontraoctave notes! D1 and F0 in watch?v=gHP-DgGm3W0 G0 (or G-1?) in watch?v=KgQrlOIHm4I A0 in watch?v=B-vOaxzAIJE F#0 and C0 in watch?v=WR0igHH3VCQ

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Lindsey Buckingham's Vocal Range Part 1 (D2-B5)

A shorter video this time, for Lindsey Buckingham also of Fleetwood Mac. His range in full voice is approximately F2-D5, extending down to D2 and up to B5. An amazing singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Lindsey sings tenor high notes very comfortably. Second octave notes are rare but he does sing them at times, mostly to contrast with Christine McVie. He tends to harmonise with Stevie Nicks. He is also fond of studio trickery, as heard on Big Love and Family Man, so I'm a bit unsure of some of these notes! 1. C#3s from Fleetwood Mac song Never Going Back Again. 2. The chorus to Fleetwood Mac's Isn't It Midnight, lines sung on A2. Very near the bottom of his range. 3. Solo song Go Insane, there are E2s here. Studio trick or vocal fry! 4. D2 from Fleetwood Mac song Tusk. Vocal fry though! 5. Singing up to A4, classic chorus of Big Love. 6. Lindsey's nice backing vocal here also goes up to A4. 7. A B4 followed by a great 17-second A4 from Tango In The Night! I included the whole chorus. This song has never been performed live unfortunately. 8. Harmony going up to a strong B4. Song is of course, The Chain. 9. D5s from Tusk, sounds like falsetto. 10. Full D5 from Come, could be a studio trick... 11. He sings an A4 instead live. 12. Screechy falsetto A5s from The Chain Mirage tour video! 13. And finally, a quick glissando up to a falsetto B5 from Tusk Mirage tour video. Lindsey speaks down to F#2 here /watch?v=uIBX1SxULR8&feature=related

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(HD) Leona Lewis Vocal Range - Studio: D3-F#6 (2000-2009)

The vocal range of Leona "The X-Factor" Lewis I enjoyed doing this. This girl (Like Beyoncé) Must have 4 Octaves. Her voice is too good not to I'd say her vocal range is C3-C#7. -Low/Vocal Fry Register: D3, Eb3, E3, F3, F#3 & G3 -Upper Chest/Modal Register: C5, C#5, D5, Eb5, E5, F5, F#5, G5 & G#5 -Head Voice/Falsetto Register: A5, Bb5, B5, C6, C#6, D6 & Eb6 -Super Head Voice/Whistle Register: F#6 Leona Lewis' Stats: -Low/Vocal Fry Register: D3-G3 -Upper Chest/Modal Register: C5-G#5 -Head Voice/Falsetto Register: A5-Eb6 -Super Head Voice/Whistle Register: F#6 -Voice Type: Lyric Coloratura Soprano -Vocal Range: 3 Octaves & 2 Notes - D3-F#6 Leona Lewis - Lowest Note (Studio): D3 Lowest Note (Live): D3 Highest Note (Studio): F#6 Highest Note (Live): Eb6 Highest Exclamation: Unknown Vocal Type: Lyric Coloratura Soprano Vocal Range: 3 Octaves & 2 Notes (D3-F#6) Leona Lewis Vocal Range - Studio: D3-F#6 (2000-2009) Spirit X Factor Echo Happy Bleeding Love Better In Time I Got You Naked Forgive Me I Will Be Run A Moment Like This Stop Crying Your Heart Out Best Kept Secret Twilight Loving You

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(HD) Rihanna Vocal Range - Studio: A2-C6 (2005-2009)

The vocal range for Rihanna "The Rockstar" Fenty I think she's a ok singer not the best but I guess that's what makes her unique She started off REALLY bad but over the years she's gotten WAY better. I suggest you get her new album "Rated R" It's amazing and her vocals are fantastic on that album. (She really explores her lower register on that album.) -Low/Vocal Fry Register: A2, Bb2, B2, C3, C#3, D3, Eb3 & E3 -Upper Chest/Belting Register: C5, C#5, D5, Eb5, E5, F5, F#5 & G5 -Head Voice/Falsetto Register: G#5, A5, Bb5 & C6 -Super Head Voice/Whistle Register: None Rihanna's Stats: -Low/Vocal Fry Register: A2-E3 -Upper Chest/Belting Register: C5-G5 -Head Voice/Falsetto Register: G#5-C6 -Super Head Voice/Whistle Register: None -Voice Type: Light Lyric Alto -Vocal Range: 3 Octaves 1 Note & A Semitone - A2-C6 Rihanna - Lowest Note (Studio): A2 Lowest Note (Live): C3 Highest Note (Studio): C6 Highest Note (Live): C6 Highest Exclamation: C#6 Vocal Type: Light Lyric Alto Vocal Range: 3 Octaves & 2 Notes (A2-C#6)

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(HD) Alexandra Burke Vocal Range - Studio: Eb3-C6 (2004-2009)

Here is the vocal range of Alexandra "The Upcoming Diva" Burke I love her and I don't see why people hate her but I'm very sure she'll 'Overcome' the haters (bad pun lol) Well EVERYBODY ENJOY!!! -Low/Vocal Fry Register: Eb3, F3 & G3 -Upper Chest/Modal Register: B4, C5, C#5, D5, Eb5, E5, F5, F#5 & G5 -Head Voice/Falsetto Register: G5, A5, Bb5 & C6 -Super Head Voice/Whistle Register: None Alexandra Burke's Stats: -Low/Vocal Fry Register: Eb3-G3 -Upper Chest/Modal Register: C5-G5 -Head Voice/Falsetto Register: G5-C6 -Super Head Voice/Whistle Register: None -Voice Type: Full Lyric Contralto -Vocal Range: 2 Octaves 4 Notes & A Semitone - Eb3-C6 Alexandra Burke - Lowest Note (Studio): Eb3 Lowest Note (Live): Eb3 ('The Silence" Live) Highest Note (Studio): C6 Highest Note (Live): Bb5 Highest Exclamation: C#6 Vocal Type: Full Lyric Contralto Vocal Range: 2 Octaves 4 Notes & A Semitone (Eb3-C6) Alexandra Burke Vocal Range - Studio: Eb3-C6 Overcome Bad Boys Broken Heels The Silence Featuring Flo Rida Beyonce X-Factor Winner 2008

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4 octave wonders Pt. 2 - David Lee Roth

Not the first singer you´d think of but in these 3 clips david shows some very very deep vocals without resorting to vocal fry and also some short high notes (no falsetto). Clip 1 from "me wise magic" shows Low A:s (A2) and some double-low A:s (A1) and a short F#5, 2nd clip shows several C#2:s and some short G1:s (the sheet music says F#1!) and lastly the 3rd clip shows a F#5 towards the end (from the solo song "slamdunk"). Let the debate begin! NEW Info: After doing many bass videos I am now more familiar with the concept of "vocal fry" and Dave is guilty of that technique for the deepest notes in clip 1 and 2, he often slides downwards at the end of a word and those end notes are fry (i.e. they are not emanating from the chest but only from the throat). The lowest he goes without fry is very hard to say. In clip 1 he goes down to at least G2 in chest voice and in the 2nd clip he starts it on a chest B1 and then hits many C#2:s in chest. The last phrase (FOR YOUR INNER EAR) is very low (around G#1/A1) and sounds pretty chesty but whispery. If Dave can do these notes live I´d be more convinced. New new info: in watch?v=QbXPHiyE7uE (just like a gigolo pre-talk) he goes down to G1 a couple of times and I don´t think it´s growl.

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Vocal fry and Growling

By popular request I now try to discern between these two methods of achieving low notes WITHOUT using the normal full voice technique (that technique can be found in my bass videos). 1. Elvis Presley uses vocal fry at the end of this clip. The sound is produced from the throat only and hence it is weak by nature but a good microphone can of course amplify it so it can almost sound like a full voice note. The song is "Hurt" which features a splendid A4 by elvis but live he often took it up to B4. 2. Joe Brinkley from Promised Land Quartet goes down to Eb1 but that last note is a good example of vocal fry. The Ab1 before and after seems not to be fry though. from song "When I make it". 3. The vocalist growling in the 3rd clip is Henri Villberg from the Finnish band Rapture. The song is "Nameless". This technique uses the chest but the vocal chords have been too much pressurised (the sound is distorted) and this will cause coughing after a few seconds for the untrained growler. well trained growling does not seem to be damaging to the voice but I myself try to avoid using this technique too much. I´ve noticed that the chords adapt to this strain with time though. The picture is american wrestler "The Undertaker" whose apparition fits this singing style I think. 4. Eric Adams from Manowar singing in a less strained growling style. This adds grit and "warriorness" to the singing. Song is "Loki". Frying is all about SLOWERING the sound while normal chest voice is all about LOWERING the sound as low down in the chest as possible.

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AskSamHarris.com Sam Harris shows off his pink private parts!

► http://AskSamHarris.com Sam promised to show photos of his vocal chords, and here they are in the flesh. Why can't you eat or drink dairy products before singing? ... Sam Harris can't drink milk or eat dairy before singing as it causes oral phlegm deep in the throat. He previously explained how vocal chords are similar to a vagina. Sam impersonates the action it performs in the original video. No sex, not porn! Vocal chord photos from his Doctor as promised in AskSamHarris.com #10 here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XuamnH0WNE Enjoy! The larynx is located in the throat and contains the vocal chords and glottis. With the exhalation of breath, the diaphragm forces air up through cartilage "horn" of the larynx by contracting. The air moves through the vocal chords, which are situated in the muscular vibrating folds of the larynx, and the glottis, the space formed between them. By stretching the vocal chords, adjusting the tension and varying the air pressure through the glottis, the pitch of our voice is adjusting, tuning higher or lower. A lower sound requires a longer column of air and is felt in the chest, a higher sound uses a shorter column of air and is felt in the nose and head ------------------------------------------- ► http://SamTUBE.com ... ► http://SamVLOG.com ... behind the scenes in the everyday life of Sam. ► http://AskSamHarris.com ... ask Sam anything, and he'll reply via a vlog. ► http://SamHarris.com/answers ... answer link from the "Ask Sam Harris" series. ► http://MySpace.com/SamHarrisMusic ... keep up to date, and be Sam's MySpace friend! ► http://SamTUNES.net ... to download Sam Harris songs and full albums. ► http://SamHarris.com ... information, biography, discography and buy cds. LEGAL & BUSINESS CONTACT: http://SamHarris.com/contact.htm © All videos property of Sam Harris ---

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How to: Sing (introduction)

FLEP's "How to: Sing" introduction video. The vocalists of FLEP band "2XL" will teach you some basic singing techniques in the course of the next few videos. Subscribe to learn! Pls comment and rate. Also check out our other "How to" and "Random Acts" videos! Enjoy! Family Life Education Pasefika (FLEP) is a pacific health organisation based in Auckland, New Zealand. FLEP uses various media including music, drama, dance and arts to enhance dialogue with Pacific communities with which we work. FLEP works in intermediate, secondary & tertiary institutions promoting a positive view of sexual health & well being.

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Vocal Coach - Your FULL and UNIQUE Singing Voice - Session II

WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA This is the most important information you will ever receive about the voice. Session II of this video series explains the three separate components that make up your FULL voice. Knowing about these components will allow you to make informed choices about what you need and want to develop in your voice regardless of where your voice is now or where you want it to be. Having a command over your voice will increase the joy you feel while singing. Your confidence will soar! Check out all 4 Sessions. They are: Vocal Coach - Understanding YOUR Voice Session I Vocal Coach - Your FULL and UNIQUE Singing Voice Session II Vocal Coach Sing with a Powerful & Healthy Voice Session III Vocal Coach How to Get Started Session IV Special thanks go to: frankcasting new media http://frankcasting.com Thank you Andy Frank and Rick Scicluna for the wonderful work you did of shooting the video series. I appreciate your professionalism and I know my students as well as people all over the world who view this will benefit from the information you helped me present. James Oliver http://thesongtree.com Logo design by James Oliver WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA vocalcoachtoronto@gmail.com

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Jaime Vendera discusses vocal grit

Jaime explains some basic grit/scream exercises to singer Rita Bella.

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Vocal Coach - Understanding YOUR Voice Session I

WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA The purpose of this video series is to give you an overview of what goes in to developing your FULL voice. While you may have taken lessons or read books on some of the most common aspects of the voice, there are many things that get overlooked. These things will hold you back from singing your best. I would like to provide you with information that will help you change that. In this introduction video Session I, we will outline a few of the things singers experience and steps needed to take your voice to the next level and beyond. Check out all 4 Sessions. They are: Vocal Coach - Understanding YOUR Voice Session I Vocal Coach - Your FULL and UNIQUE Singing Voice Session II Vocal Coach Sing with a Powerful & Healthy Voice Session III Vocal Coach How to Get Started Session IV Special thanks go to: frankcasting new media http://frankcasting.com Thank you Andy Frank and Rick Scicluna for the wonderful work you did of shooting the video series. I appreciate your professionalism and I know my students as well as people all over the world who view this will benefit from the information you helped me present. James Oliver http://thesongtree.com Logo design by James Oliver WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA vocalcoachtoronto@gmail.com

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Vocal Coach - How to Get Started Session IV

WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA Often the hardest part about training the voice is taking the first step. Session IV will give you benchmarks on what to expect when taking vocal lessons along with suggestions about connecting with other musicians, revving up your learning and much more. Enjoy! Check out all 4 Sessions. They are: Vocal Coach - Understanding YOUR Voice Session I Vocal Coach - Your FULL and UNIQUE Singing Voice Session II Vocal Coach Sing with a Powerful & Healthy Voice Session III Vocal Coach How to Get Started Session IV Special thanks go to: frankcasting new media http://frankcasting.com Thank you Andy Frank and Rick Scicluna for the wonderful work you did of shooting the video series. I appreciate your professionalism and I know my students as well as people all over the world who view this will benefit from the information you helped me present. James Oliver http://thesongtree.com Logo design by James Oliver http://bigschmooze.ca Ellen Drake - The BigSchmooze.ca WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA vocalcoachtoronto@gmail.com

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How to shatter glass with your voice

Jaime Vendera demonstrates breaking 5 wineglasses in a row. He explains his glass shattering secrets at jaimevendera.com and thevoiceconnection.com. The basic techniques he uses to break the glass include applying the Power Push, The "E" scream exercises and specific vocal placement as described in his book Raise Your Voice 2nd Edition.

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Singing Lessons & Voice Training: Jesse Nemitz Teaches Alan Reyes

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article Title: WHY SO MANY NOTES? Date: 03.11.2009 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Alan Reyes Tags: brett manning, jesse nemitz, alan reyes, singing success online, vocal technique, method, training, voice lessons, low notes, high mix, compression, vowels, phrasing, octaves, extending range Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Jesse Nemitz sits down with long time student, Alan Reyes, to show the importance of extending your range. You never know when your top and bottom notes will be affected by something out of your control, so you want to do everything you can to protect those money notes so that you can sing great even through a cold. Jesse also gives some exercises and tips to brighten up the voice, which is a struggle for most bass singers. Alan has an amazing vocal range and hes overcome some huge obstacles to get there. Check out his story and hear his secrets for getting beyond six octaves! Approximate Length: 44 minutes 23 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article

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Voice Lessons: Brett Manning teaches Jesse Nemitz

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ DISCLAIMER: There are parts of this video that are NOT SERIOUS and are poking fun with bad singing on purpose... I think some people were not getting the joke that the beginning and end have Jesse and Kelly joking around about bad singing technique. Brett Manning teaches Jesse Nemitz in POST PERFORMANCE WORKOUT Directed by: Jesse Nemitz Your humble webmaster takes a lesson from the man himself, Brett Manning. I don't get to study with Brett as often as I'd like and when the Singing Success Online site launched I used it as an opportunity to book a few lessons "for the business". After an intense show schedule that week I needed a good warm down and that's exactly what Brett gave. Watch as my gritty beat-up voice gets reconditioned back to balance by the end of the lesson. It's a great workout for anyone who has an intense tour schedule or just sings way too much (like myself). Bookmark this one to use after those intense three hour shows. Approximate Length: 37 minutes 18 seconds Quality: 640x360 -- 606 Kbps

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Voice Lessons: Brett Manning teaches Lloyd Jones

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Brett Manning teaches Lloyd Jones in TALENTED NEWCOMER Directed by: Jesse Nemitz Due to popular demand, we finally have a singer that has had NO experience with the Singing Success Technique! Brett guides this talented singer through the first steps of defining terms, connecting chest and head voice, and closing the vocal cords. I loved Lloyd's soft R&B tone when I first heard him sing and we hope you enjoy seeing Lloyd discover how the voice works for the very first time. Unlike many of us, Lloyd had never cared to find what his "highest" note was so he knew no limits coming in to this lesson. Watch how Brett easily takes Lloyd up to Eb above high C in a mix voice with clear presence; without a care in the world! A true lesson for some who focus too much on their limits only to prevent themselves from finding new places in their voice. Remember: COORDINATION BEFORE QUALITY! Approximate Length: 19 minutes 56 seconds Quality: 640x360 -- 606 Kbps

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Proper Singing Techniques : Going Down Singing Exercise

See a going down singing exercise with expert tips and advice on proper singing techniques and music lessons in this free video. Expert: Yessenia Balan Bio: Yessenia has a Bachelor of Music Education and over 10 years of experience as a music teacher. She has worked as a voice teacher, choir director, and piano instructor. Filmmaker: Francisco Baez

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Voice Lessons: Eric Arceneaux teaches Eric Joel Boykin

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Eric Arceneaux teaches Eric Joel Boykin in ERIC ARCENEAUX - PART 2 Directed by: Jesse Nemitz Our beloved YouTUBE voice coach takes on the second half of his weekend shoot with talented R&B singer Eric Joel Boykin. In this session Eric teaches three incredible points to style while keeping technique intact. We even get a small preview from Eric's upcoming album release at the beginning of the lesson. Eric, the coach, talks through the process to getting more emotion out of the voice through imagery and experience. Approximate Length: 27 minutes 30 seconds Quality: 640x360 -- 606 Kbps

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Males hitting soprano C in full voice #7

Time now to welcome new members to the males hitting the soprano C in full voice club! Full voice means mixed voice where the vocal chords are adducted and thus a connection to the chest voice is achieved, no falsetto iow. 1.We start with 3 falsetto clips for comparison. Glenn Hughes sliding nicely and softly up to a C6 from a Mistreated performance in Kiev 2008. 2.Glenn again (same song and date) with some more power but still a very beautiful and clean sound is achieved. Falsetto achieves beauty while full voice achieves power. Falsetto sounds more feminine than full voice but thin full voice can sound similar to falsetto. 3.Vitas hitting B5 and then sliding up to C6. Nice tone. Song is Ulybnis. 4.Gospel tenor Jeremy Peace hitting the C6, I´m not sure but I think this is full voice. Song is Living in Canaan´s land and it´s from a live performance 2008. The group is the Old Paths quartet and the CD is Live in pigeon forge. 5.Another C6 by Jeremy, here he saturates the microphone on the C6. Song is Glory Road with the Kingsmen group. 6.Cedric Bixler from Mars Volta hits a C6 in song Conjugal burns. 7.Todd Hall of Harlet fame and now lead singer for Jack Starr hits a C6/C#6 in an informal vocal exercise (left in picture). 8.Nicola Sedda hitting a nice C6 from song I wasn´t scared from his myspace page. 9.Finally rock and metal shouter/crooner Graham Bonnet hits two C6 in what could be called metal falsetto (and an A5 in normal falsetto in between). Song is Breaking the chains.

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Singing Lessons & Voice Training: Sophie Shear Teaches Shelby Middleton

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article Title: LOWERING THE FEMALE RANGE Date: 01.07.2009 Coach: Sophie Shear Artist: Shelby Middleton Tags: sophie shear, shelby middleton, brett manning, singing success online, technique, lessons, low notes, vocal fry, exercises, octaves, epanding range Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Sophie sits down with artist, vocal coach and future Brett Manning Associate, Shelby Middleton. Their goal is to show how to expand the vocal range. A lot of emphasis is put on high notes these days, but many times a singer's biggest flaw is their low range, especially in females. This lesson is all about expanding that low range. Sophie walks Shelby through some exercises that can help increase that part of the voice. In this half hour lesson alone, Shelby adds notes that she never thought she could hit! You've gotta check this one out! Hear more of Shelby on her MySpace at www.myspace.com/shelbymiddleton11101. Approximate Length: 26 minutes 29 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article

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Free Voice Lessons - How To Sing High Notes (Intermediate) - Rock the Stage NYC

Free Singing Lesson - How to expand your singing range. One of my most commonly asked questions is "how can I sing high notes?" - Here is a simple exercise to start expanding your upper range in the head register. It's called "reverse octaves" and its a really good way to start stretching your vocal cords to reach those upper notes. CAUTION: do this only for 5-10min a day. It can hurt if you're voice is not strong enough for this and you over do it. Tags: head voice, adduction, high notes, vocal range, expand, chest voice, belting, free singing lessons, voice instruction, vocal exercises, resonance, falsetto, vocal cords Kevin Richards teaches at Rock the Stage NYC in Manhattan. For more information about studying in person or via Skype internet lessons: please visit www.rockthestagenyc.com

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"Ask Eric" - Answers to questions about voice exercise

Learn about my voice building system http://system.aapproach.com/ Holla at me on myspace http://www.myspace.com/ericarcenaux

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Voice Lessons & Tips: Brett Manning Live at GMA 2007

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_vocal_tips/ Watch a short clip from a recent live seminar where Brett talks about cord closure and demonstrates the sensation of sound in different places as pitch ascends.

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VOICE LESSON 13: TIMBRE with Erik Dillard (Read Description)

http://www.beatclass.com/bcaffiliates/jrox.php?id=152_5 PURCHASE TUTORIALS OF THE ERIK DILLARD VOCAL CLINIC

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Proper Singing Techniques : Singing & the Breathing Mechanism

The breathing mechanism is an important aspect of singing well, get expert advice on proper singing techniques and music lessons in this free video. Expert: Yessenia Balan Bio: Yessenia has a Bachelor of Music Education and over 10 years of experience as a music teacher. She has worked as a voice teacher, choir director, and piano instructor. Filmmaker: Francisco Baez

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Vocal Tips: Brett Manning on Terminology

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Brett tackles one of the oldest issues in vocal pedagogy: Terminology. No matter what anyone calls the sounds coming out of the throat, the singer still is left with the daunting task of actually singing even as all the world's vocal coaches fight over what to call falsetto and other "important issues" Head Voice, Legit, Superhead, Whistle Flageolet, Unspported, Nuetral, Curbing, Belting, Yelling, Chest Voice, Low Voice, High Voice, Strong Voice, Breathy Voice, Rasp, Grott, Texture, Screaming, Bel Canto, Covering, Narrowing, Overdrive (my personal favorite :: rolls eyes ::), mixing, extended chest, support chest, unsupport chest, falsetto, false voice, real voice, fake voice, bad voice, good voice... No matter what you call it.. most people agree that good sound is... well good. Enjoy! And see some of our other exclusive tips and articles along with tons of video voice lessons for free at: http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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Techniques for reinforced falsetto

Jaime explains the "Eee" scream exercise (as taught to him by Jim Gillette). This is the one voice strengthening exercise that Jaime uses when preparing for glass breaking television shows and is useful to develop those high metal screams.

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Vocal Warmup: Part 2 - Freeing Your Vocal Range

http://www.budurl.com/powerseries2 --For a 15 minute power warm-up made up of the exercises from this series. This part of the warm-up will aid in expanding and strengthening your vocal range. Buy my video lessons http://system.aapproach.com/

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Glass Shattering Montage by Jaime Vendera

This video features famous vocal coach Jaime Vendera, demonstrating the power of his glass shatering,120 decibel, 6 octave range. www.thevoiceconnection.com

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Voice Lessons & Tips: Brett Manning - Top 3 Vocal Exercises

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_vocal_tips/ Brett Manning's Round Table contribution to the TC Helicon Voice Council.

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Voice Lessons and Singing Tips: How To Sing Chest Voice

this lesson explores how to sing with your chest voice, and the difference between head voice, belting, and chest voice, and finding your 'sweet spot'. How to belt is discussed briefly here but will be expounded upon later. I want to know you were here! www.myspace.com/dileesahunter to purchase WHAT WE OFFER:: Vocal QuickStart Program- My 45- minute audio cd that covers in great detail how to sing well. It focuses on several aspects of vocal production, from breathing, breath support, head voice, mixed voice blending, vocal agilty, focus, resonance, clarity, etc... If you don't get anything else, don't pass this one up! VOICE EVALUATIONS *Send an email to support@americansingingstudio. com with a link to your youtube video or mp3 file describing what help you feel you need. Please include: Age, voice type, style trying to achieve, short term, long term goals for your singing. I will create a video that only you can view on youtube with a critical evaluation of where you are vocally, suggestions to get where you're going including specific vocal exercises, listening suggestions and whatever else may apply. LIVE VOICE LESSON This uses skype application. Live 30- minute voice lessons over the internet via web cam allows us to interact so that you can get the feedback you need! Receive instant results and improvement in your singing. Please email support@americansingingstudio. com with your country, time zone, preferred times for voice lesson, age, specific song you'd like to work on (if any) , specific goal you'd like to achieve, and anything else you feel will make our time spent most effective. When you email me, I will send you a paypal invoice for you to pay for your requested services. *For voice lessons, we will then decide a day and time that is best, within 7 days of payment clearing. *NOTE: You Do NOT need a paypal account in order to pay via paypal, just follow the instructions on the page. Don't forget to comment and rate this video! Be blessed

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Voice Lessons: Brett Manning teaches James Kelly HIGH MIX

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Brett Manning teaches James Kelly in MORE MIX PLEASE - Lesson Excerpt Directed by: Jesse Nemitz This lesson shows how to achieve power and release in the mix. There's an entire 45 minute lesson that this clip was cut from so check out the site now and see the rest of all the lessons.

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learn How To Sing Like A Professional

http://offto.net/rtsingpro/ learn How To Sing Like A Professional "Why did you come to this...!" "Whatever your reasons are, we've designed our cutting-edge Singorama: How to Sing Like a Professional... find that Singorama is the easiest-to-follow system for learning to sing to a professional standard ...

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