Rank #1: 117: How To Sing With A Mic
Rank #2: 003: Daniel Robinson - Dr. Dan On Finding Your Own Unique Voice
Rank #5: 120: Exercises for more Flexibility & Agility
Rank #6: 154: Vocal Exercise Bootcamp #1 - Mia Mia Mia
Rank #7: 004: Can You Sing In Almost Every Genre?
Some say that you have to pick one genre and just sing in that
one. Especially classical voice teachers seem to have the opinion
that you will hurt your voice if you sing Rock or Pop.
But I say you can learn to sing in just about every genre, and
sing in all of them as long as you do it right and know the
technique that goes with each genre.
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Rank #13: 165: 10x Your Confidence - Don't Stand In Your Own Way!
Rank #15: 149: Squillo, Harmonics, Resonance - The Making of a Great Singing Timbre
Rank #16: 173: How To Free Your Voice
Rank #17: 113: Why Your Voice Cracks - Lack Support
Rank #18: 162: Are you frustrated with your voice? Do this before you quit!
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Rank #19: 026: Finding the SWEET SPOT
I'm sure you have struggled with this: you can hit that pitch, but somehow it just doesn't have the right sound, it doesn't resonate, it doesn't travel, it has no character, it just doesn't sound effortless, has no ping, and is hard to hold.
Did you know you can produce a million different voice colors even just on that one pitch? The fascinating thing about the human voice is that there's so much you can adjust: the larynx, the pharynx, the tongue, the soft palate, vocal cords, registers... it gives you an endless palette to paint sounds with.
The difficulties come in knowing how to access all those small parts of your body in order to control what direction your sound will take. In this episode, I show you some exercises that will help you utilize all these parts of your vocal tract so that you will find much more ease and gain more control in your tone quality.
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Rank #20: 008: Brad Raymond - The Battle Between A Singer And The Passaggio
Brad Raymond is a wonderful baritone gone tenor who is enjoying a promising national and international career as an opera singer.
Since he has made the transition from baritone to tenor, he's had to deal with the issues of the passaggio extensively.
He has some great tips on how to deal with the transitions between registers.
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