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How to scream (Pt.2 Highs/Lows)

My first video on how to scream is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqWlZKnrcwg Thanks for watching. Subscribe if you want to see more. -JamesSerenade

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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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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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throat scoping of a 25 y female Operasinger

25 year old female opera singer. Here she sings a segment of "O mio caro"

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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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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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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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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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"Common Ways to Cause Hearing Loss" featuring Dr. Katz (EarNoseandThroatMD)

"Sounds are obviously tolerated for many may years, as long as the sounds level is within an acceptable range." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the ways in which hearing loss can occur, including tinitus, which is the ringing sound so often heard after concerts.

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"What is the Ear?" featuring Dr. Katz (EarNoseandThroatMD)

"The ear has multiple functions. The ear hears, and the ear controls balance." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the dual functions of the ear: hearing obviously, but also balance.

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"The Throat" featuring Dr. Katz (EarNoseandThroatMD)

"The throat has a function of talking, our vocal chords help us communicate." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, reviews the many functions and jobs of the throat, from breathing to talking to protection.

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"Common Problems of the Throat: Reflux" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"It's a condition where food requires 5 hours to get metabolized or broken down in the stomach." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains just what acid reflux is and explains the symptoms that lead him to diagnosis.

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"Treatment of Hearing Loss" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"But if there's a sudden hearing loss without an apparent loud noise cause, the treatment could be for inflammation and steroids help that." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the varying causes of hearing loss such as inflammation, bacteria, and a virus, and the corresponding treatments for each cause.

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"Treatment of Acid Reflux" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"It's not that uncomfortable, I don't want to eat it at 6, 7, 8 o'clock at night, and I don't want to stay up for 4 or 5 hours before I lie down." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains how he goes about treating acid reflux and says how a large part of the responsibility rests on the patient.

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"Basics of Ear, Nose, and Throat" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"Ear, nose, and throat is a very extensive area. They're areas in the body that are very involved in sensation." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the basics of ear, nose, and throat and what exactly he does as an ENT doctor.

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"Common Ways to Cause Hearing Loss" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"Sounds are obviously tolerated for many may years, as long as the sounds level is within an acceptable range." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the ways in which hearing loss can occur, including tinitus, which is the ringing sound so often heard after concerts.

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"The Throat" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"The throat has a function of talking, our vocal chords help us communicate." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, reviews the many functions and jobs of the throat, from breathing to talking to protection.

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"What is the Ear?" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"The ear has multiple functions. The ear hears, and the ear controls balance." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the dual functions of the ear: hearing obviously, but also balance.

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"Diagnosing Throat Problems" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"I am generally in and out of the throat and have a video recording in 60 seconds." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains how he goes about diagnosing throat problems with the aid of new technology and video.

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"Symptoms of Infection in the Nose" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"When the nose becomes congested it usually becomes congested acutely or suddenly when there's a sudden change in function." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains some of the symptoms of an infection in the nose, such as a cold.

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"Common Problems of the Throat: Vocal Chords" featuring Dr. Katz (EarNoseandThroatMD)

"Vocal chords are very short muscles. They fatigue. They need a certain amount of rest." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, reviews common problems of the vocal chords and notes that some may require surgery.

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"Common Problems of the Throat: Vocal Cords" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"Vocal cords are very short muscles. They fatigue. They need a certain amount of rest." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, reviews common problems of the vocal cords and notes that some may require surgery.

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Singing health tips

This was requested by cursedsilly. Thanks for asking about this! I recorded this last night but for some reason, it's not processing on youtube, so I decided to just re-record it. :-) http://www.vocalist.org.uk/vocal_health.html http://www.texasvoicecenter.com/advice.html http://www.musickit.com/resources/vocal.html My first tip is DRINK WATER! You want to drink at least 6-8 (8 oz. glasses) cups of water a day. If you drink any caffeinated drinks such as coffee, soda or some tea's, you need to up your intake of water. Caffeinated drinks dehydrate your body, and your vocal chords are part of your body. Plus, since water goes to your stomach first and has to go through your entire system before it hydrates your vocal chords. Make sure you start drinking water well in advance before you start singing, but please don't drink something like Gatorade because the sugar will just coat your throat and a crapload of mucus will be there so don't drink Gatorade. Water is the best thing. If you are getting sick or are sick. Try to be on as much vocal rest as possible. Again drink plenty of water. "Organic Throat Coat" does wonder's for your vocal chords too. You can get it at any health store that sells vitamins such as GNC. www.gnc.com Honey is also something that helps with your voice too. So I recommend putting the honey in your throat coat tea to help sweeten it up. Using actual sugar will defeat the purpose. Milk and creamers with defeat the purpose as well.

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Beth's First Laryngoscopy - Vocal Cords in Action

From the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. This is what happens when I say "eee" with a camera down my throat. There are no vocal nodules (don't let the mucus confuse you) but you can see a slight thickening of the membrane where the nodes have been / could be in the future. Note also that the trachea is visible when I breathe. Cool huh? Actual size: roughly that of a quarter. (Note: If you think you're really clever by making a comment comparing this to female genitalia, you're not. I've deleted dozens, and yours will be next.)

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Voice Teacher DOCUMENTARY (TEASER)

Don Roberts is a construction worker, only he doesn't build buildings, he build's throats. Singers of all stripes regularly attend his studio in Oneonta, NY, but rarely in person. Don teaches over the telephone; a bizarre and controversial approach, according to many in the singing world. Day after day, Don teaches voice to up-and-coming opera singers, pop singers and world-renowned cantors. But to enter this particular studio, pupils must embrace the psyche behind the training. Don will go to great, sometimes outrageous lengths to enforce the doctrine that voice teaching is a sacred, existential journey and not just a random seesaw of back and forth singing. Voice Teacher is a psychological profile of a man who has dedicated most of his adult life to facilitating the human voice. A crucial thread in this exploration is the component of Don's family-life and we are introduced to his wife and children. Ultimately, we are guided through the sometimes rough, yet exhilarating maze of Don Roberts by a diverse group of students; each of whom have gone through the proverbial cauldron. Don is obsessive, neurotic, at times harsh and always engaging. This feature-length documentary catapults you inside his hyperactive existence. "Voice Teacher" is currently being submitted to film festivals worldwide. Official Selection: Syracuse International Film Festival (2009) Email www.mendelmovie@aol.com for screening info.

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Ujjayi or Ujjyani Pranayam

Ujjayi or Ujjyani Pranayam a very useful exercise to improve voice, keep throat healthy

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Janet and Kathy throat singing between classes

Janet Aglukkaq and Kathy Keknek throat singing between their classes at Qiqirtaq Ilihakvik in Gjoa Haven, Nunavut.

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3rd for Women mixing-Breaking Down Singing Styles Vocal Warmups--Voice Lessons and Tips

at www.yournaturalvoice.com download vocal warmups to help you breakdown different styles of singing.

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1st Open Throat-Breaking Down Singing Styles Vocal Warmups--Voice Lessons and Tips

at www.yournaturalvoice.com download vocal warmups to help you breakdown different styles of singing.

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Throat Singing Tutorial

Here is a tutorial for the type of low-fundamental throat singing I did in my previous "harmonic/throat singing..." video. I hope at least a few people find it helpful. Enjoy

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SingBabySing(TM) Singing Lesson - Projection 1

Joy at singbabysing.com demonstrates how to project and empower your voice without going hoarse.

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