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Breath Support Voice Lesson 1

Understanding the anatomy that creates the breathing process. Play your whole body as an insturment -- full of air. http://www.singading.com Susan Swenson Instructor

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Breath Support Voice Lesson 3

More Anatomy and how to use it. Learn to fill your lungs and sustain a note. For more information go to http://www.singading.com Susan Swenson Instructor

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Voice Aerobics DVD Promo

Voice Aerobics™, was started in 1999 as a 50 minute exercise class. It combines techniques from voice therapy and exercise physiology. It was designed originally as an "after therapy" program for individuals with Parkinson's disease, however, the class attracted participants with a variety of backgrounds, including, individuals who were involved in choral work, but felt they were losing power in their voice. Please visit www.voiceaerobicsdvd.com for more information.

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Added: 2701 days ago by VOAdmin

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Singing Lesson - Checking Your Head Voice - Rock the Stage NYC

Free Singing Lesson - Checking your head voice to make sure you're doing it right and "light" is easy with the "L" finger position - an easy method to check for larynx tension, vocal strain and breath support. This technique is for beginners to make sure they're not taking a lot of "weight" with them as they connect to their head register. This "position" can be used with sirens, slides, basic scales etc. - any exercise where you are training to bridge your chest & head registers. More advanced students should already be beyond this point and learning to "lean" into their head voice and make it sound "chesty" - or as its commonly called a "mixed voice". Tags: head voice, free singing lessons, voice instruction, vocal exercises, resonance falsetto, vocal cords, strain, breath support Kevin Richards teaches at Rock the Stage NYC - Manhattan. For more information about studying at Rock the Stage in person or via Skype internet lessons: please visit www.rockthestagenyc.com

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Voice lesson #4: Working Through The Breaks

It's a singer's worst nightmare...a crack in the voice at a major spot in the music. A simple exercise will work towards blending your registers and relaxing your voice Watch for my follow-up vids on singing by subscribing to my YouTube page or become a fan at http://www.facebook.com/robert.wimer. If you would like to schedule a lesson, you can contact me at 660 654 1203, or go to my sites at http://robertwimer.com or http://robertwimermusic.com. May all your singing experiences be pleasant ones.

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Voice lesson #6: Building Strength Using "The Edge"

A simple exercise will help you to build strength and core in your voice. A little known secret to a big result. Watch for my follow-up vids on singing by subscribing to my YouTube page or become a fan at http://www.facebook.com/robert.wimer. If you would like to schedule a lesson, you can contact me at 660 654 1203, or go to my sites at http://robertwimer.com or http://robertwimermusic.com. May all your singing experiences be pleasant ones.

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Voice lesson #7: Learning From Others

Finding your own voice can be challenging. Going to a voice teacher / coach is one step, but listening to other singers is a big part in the learning process. Watch for my follow-up vids on singing by subscribing to my YouTube page or become a fan at http://www.facebook.com/robert.wimer. If you would like to schedule a lesson, you can contact me at 660 654 1203, or go to my sites at http://robertwimer.com or http://robertwimermusic.com. May all your singing experiences be pleasant ones.

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Voice lesson #8: Warm Up & Cool Down

If you have done any type of sports or fitness, you will see, and feel, the necessity of warming up and cooling down,..the voice is no different. Watch for my follow-up vids on singing by subscribing to my YouTube page or become a fan at http://www.facebook.com/robert.wimer. If you would like to schedule a lesson, you can contact me at 660 654 1203, or go to my sites at http://robertwimer.com or http://robertwimermusic.com. May all your singing experiences be pleasant ones.

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Voice Lesson #3: Onset & Compression

How a tone is started (onset) and how it is maintained (compression) are very important. Two simple exercises give a proper example of these vital points. Watch for my follow-up vids on singing by subscribing to my YouTube page or become a fan at http://www.facebook.com/robert.wimer. If you would like to schedule a lesson, you can contact me at 660 654 1203, or go to my sites at http://robertwimer.com or http://robertwimermusic.com. May all your singing experiences be pleasant ones.

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Voice lesson #2: Relaxing The Muscles

It's difficult to master the art of singing when you have too much tension in and around your vocal folds. This simple exercise will release the tension and allow a beautiful tone to resonate. Watch for my follow-up vids on singing by subscribing to my YouTube page or become a fan at http://www.facebook.com/robert.wimer. If you would like to schedule a lesson, you can contact me at 660 654 1203, or go to my sites at http://robertwimer.com or http://robertwimermusic.com. May all your singing experiences be pleasant ones.

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Voice lesson $5: A Resonate Voice

How is the "body" of singing accomplished? In today's lesson, I go over the idea of resonate voice. Watch for my follow-up vids on singing by subscribing to my YouTube page or become a fan at http://www.facebook.com/robert.wimer. If you would like to schedule a lesson, you can contact me at 660 654 1203, or go to my sites at http://robertwimer.com or http://robertwimermusic.com. May all your singing experiences be pleasant ones.

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Vocal Lesson 1- Breath Support

http://www.tampabayvocalists.com Joseph Meyers is explaining how to obtain proper breath support, focus and resonance. He has taught Master Classes around the world. He is one of the best voice teachers in the U.S.

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