Voice Lessons: Brett Manning Teaches BJ Strautman Part 2

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http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: BRINGING THE VOICE BACK Date: 01.25.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: BJ Strautman Description: Directed by: Jesse Nemitz BJ is coming off of a sickness which involved him not being able to sing for the duration. Brett goes through a set of exercises that bring back BJs full quality. Watch as the tiny adjustments to each exercise bring more and more fullness in the voice. This update is packed with info on how to release neck and jaw tension, singing easy through all the bridges, and not pushing the voice but taking only what it gives us little by little. For people wanting to REALLY learn to sing high notes easy and full, watch the section on narrowing the vowels and balancing the airflow in the light mix. By mastering these concepts you will see how BJ is able to REALLY open up on notes as high as D above high C with amazing presence. Also in this update are 7How to properly rest your voice during breaks 8Rehabilitation vs. Re-habituation 9Tips on how to use your speaking voice for actors and public speakers 10The importance of TALKING in your natural vocal range This is a two-part update which will be concluded next week as Brett expounds upon the singers formant, a rarely taught concept that allows the most powerful high notes the human voice is capable of. Keep your subscriptions up to date because you will NOT want to miss next weeks update. This is the ONLY place on the internet where you will learn how to TRULY bring FULL POWER (what Italians call Squillo) to your mix. Approximate Length: 53 minutes 15 seconds Quality: 640x480 656 Kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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