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Singing: Vocal Warm-Ups

Preview of the full video lesson available at http://www.ilearntoplay.com Warming up in the correct way will help to protect your voice. In this lesson Jo explains why warm-ups are so important introduces some of her favorite vocal warm-ups, focusing on breathing, sirening, lip rolls and humming. Many of these exercises can be done anywhere - in the shower, car or before a performance.

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Singing tip 5: High and low on a motor boat!

www.singg.tv - After reading the title here, you were probably imagining a lovely boat ride in the beautiful ocean, with the sun on your face and the wind at your back. But as you have probably guessed, that is not what we are going to do for this singing tip! No, even better than that, we are going to practice our lip rolls!!! What fun!! lol

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Vocal Warm Up Scales With Guitar 1

Video for all you guitarists and vocalists who need to warm up those fingers and vocals at the same time. Vocal warm ups are a pain in the arse when you have a three hour guitar and singing session to get through, so here's a good way of doing both at once. Hum, lip roll/trill and vowel your way through this Major scale exercise. Try Vocal Warm Up 3 for a greater challenge. More exercises, tabs, pdf's midi's etc in the vocal section of my site. http://www.streetmusician.co.uk

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Lip Rolls

----------------www.atletasvocales.blogspot.com------------------ El conocido cantante y profesor de canto estadounidense Brett Manning explica la técnica del Lip Roll con una demostración junto a una persona del público, en uno de sus seminarios.

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IGN : Review : Karaoke Revolution

Should you grab the mic or run for the hills? Read the full review at http://ps3.ign.com/articles/105/1051100p1.html

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Baby Queen : Diaper Song

3 Hilarious Babies Sing Queens Funny Diaper Song !

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GaltMusic : How To Sing High Notes : Singing Lesson

f you want to learn faster as well as learn more techniques on how to become a great singer, then visit the link above. In this singing lesson, you'll learn how to expand your range and learn how to sing higher with these exercise scales and lessons from http://www.galtmusic.com/lessons/products.html

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Larissa Lam : Singing Tips

Learn tips on how to sing with your diaphragm instead of your throat with singing and vocal training tips in this free online vocal coaching video clip. Expert: Larissa Lam Bio: Larissa Lam has almost 20 years of professional singing experience and has studied under top vocal coaches in LA. She has coached various singers for record labels and musical productions. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

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Hannah Finn singing live at a Talent Competition

Hannah Finn singing one of her favourite songs "My Immortal by Evanescence" in a talent competition in 2005! Sorry about the poor quality! :-)

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Khoomei : Humai : Mongolian Throat Singing

Khoomei or Humai (in China) is the most incredible and distinctive vocal performance in Mongolia. Sometimes described as throat singing. It is said that through this method, harmony of up to 4 layers can be produced at the same time!

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Overtone Singing Tutorial

Here's a basic walk-through I put together explaining how to bring out the overtones. I ran by each step really quickly so if you have specific questions feel free to email me. Some things that I left out. -when making the "L" shape with your tongue, think of it as if you're pronouncing "ul" As you lift up the back it will naturally making an "ee" sound without you making it the "ee" shape with your lips. - the BIG challenge is going to be to hold the pitch you're singing in tune while listening for the pitch of the overtones. Don't worry about that at first. You will want to work on getting the overtones to really ring, THEN you can work on sustaining the pitch that you're singing in tune.

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Tuvan Throat Singing

Anatoli Kuular of Tuva throat singing Borbangnadyr (Rolling Voice) with recording of a stream recorded 29 Jan 1999 at the Cedar Cultural Centre, Minneapolis

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Inuit Throat Singing

Inuit throat singing is a unique and enchanting form of musical expression. A mixture of husky chanting and low growling, throat singing is actually a competition where the first person to laugh, stop, or run out of breath loses. Watch as two Inuit girls battle to the finish. explore™ (http://explore.org) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Distributed by TubeMogul.

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Maritime Idol : Francelle Doiron

Francelle Doiron sings Country Sweetheart at Maritime Idol Singing Competition

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Dots Advice to American Idol Contestants

Los Angeles Vocal Empowerment Coach Dot Todman provides Vocal Advice for American Idol Contestants. Visit http://www.dotsvoicestudios.com for more reviews.

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Fox News Interviews TakeLessons.com

Fox News interviews TakeLessons.com who provide lessons in over 2800 USA towns - both private local music lessons and group lessons for after-school programs, private schools, summer workshops, community centers, and corporate wellness programs. All lessons results are recorded through the TakeLessons Online Journals so parents can always see what their child is learning. All TakeLessons instructors have been certified and are background checked.

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Basics of Singing in Tune

Students learn how to sing on TV. Instructor, Angelica says everyone can learn to sing. The basics include correct pitch and proper breathing. Learning how to sing is at Fox 5 and at TakeLessons. TakeLessons offes music lessons and voice lessons in over 2800 USA towns - both private local music lessons and group lessons for after-school programs, private schools, summer workshops, community centers, and corporate wellness programs TakeLessons.com

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Singing 4 Beginners

Free singing lessons, vocals, breathing exercises, tips & hints with singers, entertainers, coaches & teachers. Receive a singing lesson with your free membership http://www.singingforbeginners.com.au

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vocal cords/cordes vocal

the vocal cords in the action of singing...les cordes vocal dans l'action de chanter...

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Human Voice

The vocal cords of Valerian Ruminski....vibrating! Looks funny doesnt it??? If you look down in the middle of the screen you will see two cords vibrating...THAT is the human voice....! They have some white phlegm on them. That is why I went to the otolaryngologist in Kansas City to have them scoped. They put a camera down my nasal cavity with a light.

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The sound of trying to sing with vocal cord nodules

I've had vocal cord nodules, also called karaoke nodules, for over a year now. I developed them from a bad habit of screaming when I'm angry and sining wrong and without warming up . It used to be a lot worse. I used to not be able to put out any natural sound on the scale. Here I can get the last part out some what okay. On my other videos you can hear that I love to sing. I'm not supposed to sing, scream, rise my voice, whisper, and I'm supposed to drink 64 oz. of water a day. I also can't clear my throat, if I need to clear it I instead must hum softly and take a sip of water. I really want my voice back but it's been hard to follow through with all of these things. I have to talk in a low normal voice, then I have people going "huh" all the time and I have to repeat myself. This is twice the work on my cords which kinda defeats the purpose of resting them in the first place! I feel like a caged song bird who gets pelted with bebe's if it tries to sing!

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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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Paresis & Polypoid Corditis (J. Koufman)

http://www.voiceinstituteny.com This videostroboscopic examination shows left vocal fold paresis (partial paralysis) as well as some mild compensatory polypoid changes (more on the left), LPR, and vocal fold stiffness. (Remember the image is reversed, that is the right is on left and the left is on the right.) This person complains of hoarseness and vocal fatigue. Provided by Jamie Koufman, M.D., F.A.C.S., New York, NY

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Voice Disorders Are Multifactorial (J. Koufman)

http://www.voiceinstituteny.com This short videostroboscopic examination shows laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) and relatively subtle right vocal fold paresis (partial paralysis) as well as some striking-zone (vocal fold) scarring (sulci). This person complains of vocal fatigue and effortful speaking. Provided by Jamie Koufman, M.D., F.A.C.S., New York, NY

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Shirley Ocampos scoping during singing an opera aria

Shirley Ocampos gets an videoendoscopy during singing.

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Mal Webb's Larynx in Hamburg

In 2006, I was flown to Hamburg by an esteemed group of French and German physicist to act as a vocal guinea pig. I'm useful to those studying the acoustics of the voice because I'll try nearly anything (short of damaging my voice!) Nathalie Henrich, Lucie Bailly, Markus Hess, Anna-Katharina Licht and Frank Müller all coincided upon Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf for a few hours. Using a microphone, an ECG, a nasal laryngascope (with a strobe at times, which matches the frequency of the sound being produced) and several white coats, they recorded me making a wide variety of sounds. The video starts with the journey though my nose. Then there's some sideways yodeling (crossing the break from chest voice (and true head voice) into falsetto). This is my favourite thing and my instructional video on this is at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_6nNWX7TTI ) Next, we have inbreath singing (starting with a triplet of chest to falsetto to inbreath). Then there's throat singing. I'm not much of throat singer (especially with an endoscope right next to my larynx), but to have one larynx doing each of the 4 different "growly voices" on roughly the same pitch was rather useful to them. First, there's the sob/whinge growl (no-one seems to know what to call this one). Second is the vocal fry or croaky/morning voice. Thirdly, the Louis Armstrong/Fat Albert/Fozzie Bear which is where the ventricular folds (also called "false vocal chords") interact with the epiglottus (firstly with and then without vocal folds (which is the Dr. Claw "I'll get you, Gadget" voice)). An fourthly, there's the classic growl (which is akin to the Tibetan/Mongolian style). This leads into a scream and some heavy belting (not things I like to do for prolonged periods!) Finishing with a snippet of my song "Got to Go" was apt, as I had a plane to catch and the others all had to race off as well. You might notice from the time code that I've edited out quite a lot of coughing, gagging and chatting. Fun stuff... all in the name of science! The above ways of describing vocal sounds are mine and I'm sure there are voice specialists out there who might disagree with me (and eachother) about how to describe these things... it's complicated in there! Bewdy, love, Mal http://www.malwebb.com

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vocal cords

stroboscopy of vocal folds to analyze voice disorders

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Inside Steve Sklar's Larynx: Sygyt

Endoscopic video examination of my larynx while singing Tuvan sygyt style. Things to notice: the extreme constriction of the vestibule of the larynx; compare this to the more open area around and at the vocal folds when I stop singing, and when I speak in normal voice. You can barely see the vocal folds when singing sygyt (they look almost like tiny teeth beneath the constriction). Also, note the movement of the epiglottis (looks like a bright surfboard) with the harmonic melody. This is done by appropriate movements of the root of the tongue, to which it is connected. Ever wonder how videos of the inside of the larynx are made? See this video about fibroscopy, used to make endoscopic videos: http://khoomei.com/videos/fibroscopy.mov Kids, don't try this at home!!! Get better quality videos, mp3s, online throat-singing lessons, throat-and-overtone singing forum and lots more at http://khoomei.com

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Theo Bleckmann and his larynx

various vocal qualities and endoscopic view of Theo Bleckmanns vocal folds

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What a voice!

Take a look at your vocal folds!!! Video of normal vocal cords

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Inside Steve Sklar's Larynx: Kargyraa

Endoscopic video examination of my larynx while singing Tuvan kargyraa style. Things to notice: the constriction of the vestibule of the larynx; compare this to the more open area around and at the vocal folds when I stop singing, and when I speak in normal voice. Also, you can see the two levels of kargyraa phonation: at the level of the vocal folds (lower, and partially occluded, and the ventricular folds, which are vibrating ABOVE the vocal folds. The ventricular folds are the source of the low tones, NOT something low in the neck as claimed by others here at YouTube. Ever wonder how videos of the inside of the larynx are made? See this video about fibroscopy, used to make endoscopic videos: http://khoomei.com/videos/fibroscopy.mov Kids, don't try this at home!!! Get better quality videos, mp3s, online throat-singing lessons, throat-and-overtone singing forum and lots more at http://khoomei.com

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PS22 Chorus 2008 "Phoenix"

http://ps22chorus.blogspot.com It was our last day of chorus practice for the school year, and I wanted to record the group one last time. So I taught them a harmony for an original song I cowrote in college. I wrote the music and the melody and some guy Nat, sorry I don't remember your last name dude, wrote the lyrics. I've always loved this tune, and having the chorus sing on it obviously only helps. The PS22 Chorus is not a middle, intermediate, or high school group. It is comprised of about 70 public elementary school fifth graders from New York City. Visit our above website for more!

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The Choir: Boys Don't Sing - Stand By Me

From the final episode. After months of resistance and hard work, choirmaster Gareth Malone finally gets the boys of the Lancaster Sports College to sing, and they perform their big number at the Royal Albert Hall.

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Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir - "Sleep"

Slow squeezed for maximum freshness, this is Eric Whitacre's "Sleep" performed by Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir. P.S. Can you find Waldo? If you find him, don't give it away. Keep it fun for everyone else!

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PS22 Chorus 1000 OCEANS by TORI AMOS Choir version

http://ps22chorus.blogspot.com Here the PS22 Chorus of 2009 tackle one of the most straightforward and beautiful Tori Amos ballads, my dad's favorite actually, 1000 Oceans from the classic 1999 double album, TO VENUS AND BACK. (I highly advise the November 11, 2007 version off of the Nashville Tennessee Legs And Boots official Tori Amos bootlegs from her latest American Doll Posse tour) which I believe available on iTunes, although there are other wonderful live recordings of this song floating around.) The kids sound brilliant here and Allie outdoes herself on the solo. It's hard to believe they learned this in two practices, and Allie just learned her part THAT MORNING! This may wind up being one of the best PS22 Chorus Tori Amos covers of all time! Thanks to Mr. Chris Eberle for playing guitar with us, and Miss Lisa as always for her brilliant filming! :) Make sure you watch our rehearsal video with a few of the chorus members after school where the kids sing it a capella. Silly but fun and nice. The PS22 Chorus is not an intermediate school or high school chorus. Believe it or not, these kids are just a public elementary school chorus, and have soared to great heights, singing with the likes of Tori Amos, Crowded House, and Judy Torres. They were featured in USA Today, The New York Daily News, and on the VH1 blog) Perez Hilton even featured the chorus on two separate occasions on his blog. They will be appearing in the upcoming and updated version of the PBS classic Electric Company. These kids are on a roll.... UPDATE: Perez Hilton put this video on his blog, making this the third time he has covered the PS22 Chorus kid celebrities. Thanks to Perez for his support.... :)

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Sense of Sound Choir: BBC 2 - The Choir: Boys Don't Sing

Sense of Sound Choir on BBC's The Choir: Boys Don't Sing 07

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BBC Children In Need Radio Scotland Live Broadcast 2 of Choir

http://www.thesingingtutor.com The second of a two part broadcast of how the bbc choir sang to raise money for children in need 2008.

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Going Up Singing Exercise

My name is Yessenia Balan and on behalf of Expert Village, I'm going to talk about the proper techniques for singing. We're going to start our very first exercise. Feel free to sing along with me. Again, if you do have your own keyboard at home just start on a C. We're going to go up five notes and go down five notes the same pattern. So, C D E F G F E D C basically up and down. And, then just go up half a step as we're doing that. So, I invite you to join me. And, I'm going to stop right there. Because, we're getting to the point where many of you might be feeling either it's getting to your limit or if you're not sure of how to properly place your voice you might end up straining. If you continue with that same type of exercise on up, but you don't want to do so unless you feel that you're using that same technique we used during the yawn. And, so as you're going up make sure that same type of feel is in the throat area. Very relaxed. Again, I'm not going to go up for this video. But, if you feel you're comfortable with it you can continue up as far as you like as long as you feel that relaxation.

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The Siren Method for Singing

Hello, my name is Yessenia Balan, and on behalf of Expert Village I'm going to talk about the proper techniques for singing. Another exercise you can do to help with the relaxation and projection is what we call the siren. And it's simply like the name states. You pretend you're like an ambulance siren or a police siren and you do something like this. When you do that, you should probably feel tingly within your nasal cavity, and again, very relaxed in the throat area. So let's try that again. As you're doing the siren, you should feel, again, that air passing through the throat section and then going through the nasal cavity and out. And again, it should be very relaxed." eHow Article: The Siren Method for Singing

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Taking Breath For Singing

Taking breaths properly is important for singing, get expert advice on proper singing techniques and music lessons in this free video. "Hello, my name is Yessenia Balan, and on behalf of Expert Village, I'm going to talk about the proper techniques for singing. So we're going to do some exercises to show you how to optimize your breathing, and the breathing is a very important aspect of singing. It can be as important as being on the proper tone. So, pay close attention. A very simple breathing exercise is simply, take a deep breath in. Now, the problem with just taking a deep breath in is sometimes we see a lot of people that, think a deep breath is raising up your shoulders or doing some kind of movement. But that's not necessarily an indication that you're breathing correctly. Proper breathing, again, will actually show the stomach, or abdominal section protrude out. So I'm going to demonstrate by breathing deeply and I'm going to put my hand here so you can actually see the movement as the air is coming in. First, I'm going to take all the air out. Then breathe in. I'm going to do that one more time and I want you to pay close attention to this area again. Take all the breath out. Breathe in. Were you able to see that? Now it's very evident because I tried to expel all the air. You're not going to necessarily expel all of the air when you're singing. But, that's a good indication of whether or not you're breathing correctly for optimal singing." eHow Article: Taking Breath for Singing

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SINGING LESSONS

Vote for BalconyTV in the Viral Video Category of the 2008 Webby Awards by going to - http://pv.webbyawards.com Register-Film and Video-Viral-BALCONYTV!!!! BALCONYTV.COM 29/01/2007 PRESENTED BY TOM MILLETT Singing is the act of producing musical sounds with the voice, which is often contrasted with speech. Air is expelled with the diaphragm as with ordinary breathing, and the pitch is altered with the vocal cords. With the lips closed, this is called humming. A piece of music with a singing part, either a cappella or accompanied, is called a song; someone who sings is called a singer. Most singing involves shaping the voice to form words, but types of voice instrumental music which use open sounds or nonsense syllables ("vocables") also exist, for instance, scat singing and yodeling. Solfege assigns certain syllables to notes in the scale. Nearly anyone who can speak can sing, since in many respects singing is merely sustained speech. It can be informal and just for pleasure, for example, singing in the shower; or it can be very formal, such as singing done professionally as a performance or in a recording studio. Singing at a high amateur or professional level usually requires a great deal of regular practice, and/or instruction. Top-quality singers will have instruction and training from coaches throughout their career. According to Alfred Alexander (formally an ENT consultant to the home office), "a singer is a person of adequate musicality, who is gifted with a voice of such power and beauty that competent judges can recommend singing as a career". Alexander belives that 1 in 50,000 in the UK possess such gifts, which means in England (800,000 births a year average) 16 people are born with such a voice a year, making 500 "first class voices" active in any particular generation (taken as 30 years) at any one time.[1] Singing is often done in a group, such as a choir, and may be accompanied by musical instruments, a full orchestra, or a band. Singing with no instrumental accompaniment is called a cappella. At the highest professional level it is imperative that singers continuously practice with drills, voice exercises and strengthening activities and that without constant practice, a singer's range can be significantly decreased, requiring extra rehearsal to regain the voice's previous capability, much in the same way as any professional level musician must practice constantly with their instrument. However singing is a very natural activity and this kind of intensive practice is not usually nescessary for most singers especially outside the field of classical music and where amplification is available, or for semi-professional singers. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Singing Tune in tomorrow!!!

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Australian Yodel FINAL

This is Yodeling at it's best, The Lowenbrau Keller held a night of brilliance, with the winner being named as Australia's best yodeler

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Robustness of vocal timbre features in live performance contexts

A short (3-minute) video lecture by Dan Stowell from the Centre for Digital Music Electronic Engineering QMUL on his research into "Robustness of vocal timbre features in live performance contexts". Video provided under Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 England & Wales by http://www.archive.org/

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AT&T Voice Over Teacher Teaches YOU the Best Voiceover

AT&T Voice Over Teacher Teaches YOU the Best Voiceover hi, I'm Susan Berkley, voice that says, "thank you for using AT&T," and I'm the author of Speak to Influence: How to Unlock the Hidden Power of Your Voice. now, have you ever recorded yourself, let's say your making a video, or even if you're wanting to do voiceover, and when you listen back to your voice you hear all these annoying vocal pops and clicks, like there is cotton in your mouth or something? well, there is a great way, a secret we professional voice talents use to get rid of those annoying pops and clicks, and it is eat a granny smith apple before you record. it cuts the mouth noise, you'll get rid of all the pops and clicks, and you will sound gorgeous behind the microphone. http://www.OneMinuteU.com

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Singing Lessons Learn How to Sing Video Breathing Control

http://www.OneMinuteU.com Singing Lessons Learn How to Sing Video Breathing Control one of the things that I think is very important about singing is breath control, right? So many people talk about breath control, how can I get more breath so I can make that song more brilliant? there are a couple of things you can do. one of them is very simple, and that's swimming. who would have known, right? if you swim every day, you will really build up your breath control. swim underwater, hold your breath, swim underwater, right? the other thing you can do is called the candle exercise. take a candle, light it, put it really close to your face -- about here -- don't burn yourself, and then take a deep breath and blow out and don't blow out the candle. takes a lot of control. Are you an Apprentice fan? DO YOU want to speak alongside DONALD TRUMP & GEORGE FOREMAN! Here is YOUR chance to win this Once in a Lifetime Opportunity, a $250,000 Contest! DONALD TRUMP invites YOU to speak at the next Learning Annex Event! That's right Donald Trump! But not only Donald Trump. . . Two-Time World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, GEORGE FOREMAN is extending that same invitation! Bill Zanker, creator and founder of The Learning Annex is launching YOUR CHANCE to win Americas Next GURU Contest! HERE'S HOW TO ENTER- Step 1: Go to http://OneMinuteU.com Step 2: Create a FREE user account Step 3: Submit your unique Educational / DIY / How To / Free Video Clips Step 4: Promote your video on your website / MySpace / YouTube etc The user submitted video with the most views at the end of the year WINS! How simple is that ! WHAT DO YOU WIN? As the grand prize OneMinuteU video of the year contest winner you will receive: - Speak on stage to more than 20,000 people alongside DONALD TRUMP & GEORGE FOREMAN (along with many other celebrities) on a national speaking tour of the United States and Canada! - Sign a Book Deal with The Learning Annex! - Receive a Featured Page on http://OneMinuteU.com ! OneMinuteU provides users with FREE Educational, How To, DIY VIDEO CLIPS. LEARN SOMETHING YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO LEARN IN ONE MINUTE OR TEACH SOMEONE ELSE! Providing free one minute video clips on 100's of how to / do it yourself / educational topics such as: - Relationships - Sex - Sports - Cooking - Lifestyle changes - Magic tricks - Sex Advice - Relationship Advice - Health and Beauty - How To Play Sports - Athletics - BMX Biking - How to Cook - How To Bake - Best Skateboarding Tricks - How to make Lifestyle Changes - Gaining Brain Power - Smart Business - Career Outlooks and advice - Providing Childcare - How to make delicious Cocktails - How to make exotic Shots - Fix My Computer - Healthy Nutrition Advice - Smart and Safe Diets - Electronics and appliances - Fashion Advice - Fashion Knowledge - Creating Finance and Wealth solutions - Play Free Games - Supporting Green Living - Health and Healing - Hobbies - Home and Garden - Internet and Web Entrepreneur - Intimacy relationship advice - Kids Homework Help - Party Tricks - Languages - Motivation and Inspiration - Music, Organization - Real Estate Or even how to play an musical instrument, and much, much more! You can learn it ALL at in one minute at http://OneMinuteU.com Our Database of Free instructional / DIY / Educational videos and articles is forever growing! Everyone finds the need to learn something everyday! Here at our website you can view TONS of the best FREE DIY, How To, Instructional, Educational, video clips avalable in one place in the world! Please visit http://www.OneMinuteU.com now! Sign up! Learn! Promote! WIN! See you there! :)

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How to Overcome Laryngitis - Joni Wilson

http://www.OneMinuteU.com How to Overcome Laryngitis - Joni Wilson ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ hi, I'm Joni Wilson, and as a voice coach, I get calls all hours of the day and night from desperate people who have no voice left to deliver their message or sing their song. it's called laryngitis, and it comes in four varieties: infectious, contact, allergic, and the one I work with, mechanical. first three are treated by doctors and medication, the fourth is caused by misuse and voice abuse. it's easy to tell the difference. if your problem is voice abuse, all the medication and rest in the world isn't going to fix it. there's only one way to eliminate mechanical laryngitis, and that's by learning how to use your voice properly. so stop wasting your money on doctors and medication, invest in a good vocal coach and your voice will last a lifetime. oh, and if your voice is raspy, don't whisper. whispering chokes and damages your vocal chords. if you've got something to say, write it down. for further information, visit virtualvoicecoach.com. ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ Are you an Apprentice fan? DO YOU want to speak alongside DONALD TRUMP & GEORGE FOREMAN! Here is YOUR chance to win this Once in a Lifetime Opportunity, a $250,000 Contest! DONALD TRUMP invites YOU to speak at the next Learning Annex Event! That's right Donald Trump! But not only Donald Trump. . . Two-Time World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, GEORGE FOREMAN is extending that same invitation! Bill Zanker, creator and founder of The Learning Annex is launching YOUR CHANCE to win Americas Next GURU Contest! HERE'S HOW TO ENTER- Step 1: Go to http://OneMinuteU.com Step 2: Create a FREE user account Step 3: Submit your unique Educational / DIY / How To / Free Video Clips Step 4: Promote your video on your website / MySpace / YouTube etc The user submitted video with the most views at the end of the year WINS! How simple is that ! WHAT DO YOU WIN? As the grand prize OneMinuteU video of the year contest winner you will receive: - Speak on stage to more than 20,000 people alongside DONALD TRUMP & GEORGE FOREMAN (along with many other celebrities) on a national speaking tour of the United States and Canada! - Sign a Book Deal with The Learning Annex! - Receive a Featured Page on http://OneMinuteU.com ! OneMinuteU provides users with FREE Educational, How To, DIY VIDEO CLIPS. LEARN SOMETHING YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO LEARN IN ONE MINUTE OR TEACH SOMEONE ELSE! Providing free one minute video clips on 100's of how to / do it yourself / educational topics such as: - Relationships - Sex - Sports - Cooking - Lifestyle changes - Magic tricks - Sex Advice - Relationship Advice - Health and Beauty - How To Play Sports - Athletics - BMX Biking - How to Cook - How To Bake - Best Skateboarding Tricks - How to make Lifestyle Changes - Gaining Brain Power - Smart Business - Career Outlooks and advice - Providing Childcare - How to make delicious Cocktails - How to make exotic Shots - Fix My Computer - Healthy Nutrition Advice - Smart and Safe Diets - Electronics and appliances - Fashion Advice - Fashion Knowledge - Creating Finance and Wealth solutions - Play Free Games - Supporting Green Living - Health and Healing - Hobbies - Home and Garden - Internet and Web Entrepreneur - Intimacy relationship advice - Kids Homework Help - Party Tricks - Languages - Motivation and Inspiration - Music, Organization - Real Estate Or even how to play an musical instrument, and much, much more! You can learn it ALL at in one minute at http://OneMinuteU.com Our Database of Free instructional / DIY / Educational videos and articles is forever growing! Everyone finds the need to learn something everyday! Here at our website you can view TONS of the best FREE DIY, How To, Instructional, Educational, video clips avalable in one place in the world! Please visit http://www.OneMinuteU.com now! Sign up! Learn! Promote! WIN! See you there! :)

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2 Dr Anand Singing, Heart & Stress at The Sage Gateshead

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php This is 10 minutes of a half hour presentation at The Sage Gateshead in March 2007. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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1 Dr Anand Singing, Heart & Stress at The Sage Gateshead

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php This is 10 minutes of a half hour presentation at The Sage Gateshead in March 2007. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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3 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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2 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php has been encouraging people to sing. Playing football for instance is better than watching football. www.Gurukul.Org has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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