SingingSuccess.TV / Brett Manning - Singing Success TV Страна: США / USA Тематика: Вокал / Vocal / How to sing Тип раздаваемого материала: Видеоурок Продолжительность: 93:00:00 Год выпуска: 2008-2012 Источник: http://www.singingsuccess.tv/ Язык: Английский Перевод: Отсутствует Язык субтитров: нет Описание: Singing Success Online — это онлайн-платформа, которая предназначена для скачивания и просмотра видео с Бретоом Мэннигом (и других коучей), обучающего певцов разных уровней . Другими словами, мы снимаем уроки вокала с Бреттом каждую неделю и загружаем их для наших подписчиков. Философия этого сервиса — обучение путем наблюдения. Доп. информация: Высокого уровня знания английского совсем не нужно, чтобы понимать о чем говорят коучи, особенно понятно, когда у них уроки со студентами. Когда вы посмотрите несколько уроков, поймете что понимаете почти все о чем говорят коучи и о чем идет речь в видео. В каждом видео показаны решения проблем с разных сторон, но в каждом видео они ведут студентов к одному: к пении в речевой позиции (SLS, Speech Level Singing), но сам термин они редко используют.
Brett Manning[92 видео]
Источник: http://www.brettmanningstudios.com/about-brett Бретт начинал так же, как и многие певцы — разочарованный отсутствием результатов от уроков вокала. Пройдя через несколько преподавателей и методик, Мэннинг наткнулся на набор упражнений, недоступные для широкой публики и составлены пожилым мужчиной (Сет Риггс / Seth Riggs — уточ. переводчика), который учил хорошо всем известных "звезд" (Майкл Джексон, Мадонна, Натали Ноул, Ким Бейсингер — прим. переводчика) Упражнения оказались очень эффективными для голоса Бретта и для всех его последующих учеников. Эта техника в самом деле помогает петь также просто, как говорить. Опираясь на это простые основополагающие упражнения, он начал экспериментировать или улучшать их, заполняя "пробелы," пробуя новые техники для большей эффективности, как он делал раньше. В итоге он создал уроки для улучшения тона голоса и стиля, а также включил старые упражнения в его новый инновационный метод. Бретт стал мастером в преподавании вокала и одни из самых востребованных преподавателей в мире, в основном из-за его сверхъестественной способности "видеть ушами" и мгновенно придумывать упражнения, дающие поразительные результаты (Что действительно правда. Посмотрев видео его уроков со студентами, видно как мастерски он подбирает упражнения, которые помогают.) В свой студии в Нашвилле (штат Теннесси) он учит петь певцов всех жанров , как неизвестных... так и "лучших из лучших." В 1-ом сезоне реали-шоу "Can You Duet" ("Можете ли вы быть дуэтом") он также был судьей/наставником. Бретт работал с артистами студий Capitol, Columbia, Atlantic, Interscope, Dreamworks, Lyric Street, MCA, Epic/Sony, KMG, Word, Embassy, Gotee Records, а также со множеством независимых лейблов. Он работал в Бродвейских постановках Les Miserables("Отверженные") и Jekyll and Hyde("Джекилл и Хайд"), а также в Бродвейском туре Элтона Джона "Aida"("Аида") В его клиентском списке победители самых престижных музыкальных премий в мире, включая the Doves, the CMA Awards, и да, Грэмми. Несмотря на невероятный диапазон в пять октав, Бретт продолжает утверждать: "Мои студенты в конце концов перепоют меня!" У Бретта есть собственный взгляд на начинающего певца: "У начинающих певцов есть уникальная возможность создать себе свой голос, без вредного на него влияния". На самом деле, его любовь в певцам-любителям была настолько сильное, что после десяти лет преподавания частных уроков, вдохновленный Бретт начал проводить семинары и практикумы по всей Америке. Бретт известен своей забавностью, обнадеживающими демонстрациями, показывающими как даже "новенькие" певцы могут немедленно почувствовать улучшения в диапазоне, легкости в пении и качестве их голоса. Участники из аудитории поражаются, когда зачастую меньше чем за час, Бретт добавляет целую октаву к их привычному диапазону. Это то, что вы просто должны увидеть, чтобы поверить! (Как только у вас выдастся момент, посмотрите видео с ним в разделе Free Stuff section.) (Можно и полные уроки посмотреть, которые я здесь выложила) Сейчас Бретт проводит большую часть своего времени, давая частные уроки для профессиональных певцов в его студии в Нашвилле и через Skype. Кроме того, он путешествует по миру, устраивая семинары по вокалу. Не желая отказываться от своей страсти к обучению певцов всех типов, независимо от уровня их мастерства, географического положения и профессиональных стремлений, Бретт нуждался в новом способе сделать его невероятный метод обучения доступным для всех. Бретт нуждался в новом способе, который мог бы сделать его невероятную методику обучения доступной для всех. Он наиболее горд за его талантливых вокальных преподавателей, дающих уроки в трех его студиях: В Нашивилле, Лос-Анджелесе и Нью-Йорке. * 1. Alana Grace Date: 04.23.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Alana Grace Length: 00:35:01 Level: Description: Brett teaches long-time student Alana Grace some finer points of technique and style. Alana is a veteran of the technique and one of the few singers that Brett gives a clean bill of health in the technical department. Alana works through some tunes off her solo album release (visit myspace.com/alanagrace to hear) and shows some impressive improvisation skills. * 2. Application For The Power Voice Date: 08.20.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Jeff Seidel Length: 00:22:52 Level: Description: We join Brett and Jeff for the next part of their recent session. This part of the lesson focuses on applying the techniques to actual songs. Jeff has had trouble on a few of "The Imperials" tunes and notices that he gets tired when singing high for too long. You can literally see the transformation as Brett makes a few technical tweaks to Jeff's voice. Brett coaches Jeff through some of the most difficult gospel music in the world in the last part of the lesson. E.g. David Phelps. This isn't to be missed by any wannabe tenors! * 3. Balancing Technique And Style Date: 08.20.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Juleah Scott Length: 00:31:39 Level: Description: Brett's in the studio talking about the struggle of balancing technique with style. Brett shows Juleah some ways technique affects style, and vice-versa. * 4. Becoming Unique Date: 05.20.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Madelynn Pey Length: 00:37:22 Level: Description: In this update Brett teaches rising country singer, Madelynn Pey. The two run through some exercises to warm up, and help relax the voice. Brett shows Madelynn some exercises that bring out the unique qualities in her voice. He also shows her the difference between singing live and in the studio. This lesson is about becoming unique, as an artist. Brett really shows how to put your personality into songs, so that your audience can feel what youre singing about. * 5. Brassy Quality Date: 04.21.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Corrie Carlson Length: 00:24:19 Level: Description: Brett's in the studio with recording artist Corrie Carlson. Corries voice naturally has a flute like quality, but she wants to be able to cut through with a little more bite. Brett gives some exercises that will bring out a brassy quality in the voice, giving Corrie a more balanced sound. Be sure to check out Corries Myspace - http://www.myspace.com/corriecarlsonmusic . * 6. Breathy Mix Date: 06.17.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: John Robb Length: 00:36:27 Level: Description: John comes to us with a great sense of humor and a great handle on texture and rasp in his mix. Weve wanted to do an update on textures and more organic soulful sounds for a while so it was a treat to be able to finally film something like this. Many secrets are laid bare for the soulful singer in this powerful lesson. There are even some explanations for things that some people would say cant be taught. Need more dirt in the voice? Check this video out today! * 7. Bringing The Voice Back Date: 01.25.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: BJ Strautman Length: 00:53:15 Level: Description: 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. * 8. Changes In The Voice Date: 07.22.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Dallas West Length: 00:32:32 Level: Description: Dallas West recently came to Brett with one of the most common vocal problems; the vocal break. Dallas break is unique because his voice is just beginning to mature. Even so, there are many people who experience this same break in later stages of vocal maturity or due to vocal tissue damage. Brett shows Dallas how to work through his difficulties in order to strengthen his voice and learn from his mistakes. Brett gives some effective exercises that help him sing without cracking. This lesson is great for anyone who is dealing with an adolescent voice. * 9. Chest Voice And Nasility Date: 02.18.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Dia Length: 00:54:57 Level: Description: We welcome Dia from Meg & Dia on this lesson update. This week, Brett tackles and overcomes nasality in the voice. If you have a voice thats too nasal sounding, you will find many exercises you can work through inside this video. Brett also discusses building the voice from the bottom up with a strong foundation in chest voice. 1Beginning in vocal fry and strengthening chest voice 2Discovering and defining cord closure 3Using both high and low larynx in singing 4Warming up to a usable tone 5How to practice daily for different singers Theres a second half to this update featuring an incredible lesson on vibrato to be posted in the near future. Enjoy! * 10. Classical Warm-up Date: 10.27.2010 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Jason Catron Length: 00:31:06 Level: Description: * 11. Creative Warm Up Date: 11.18.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Catie Wilson Length: 00:25:01 Level: Description: This update features the very talented Catie Wilson. Brett takes Catie through an improv warm up to help spark some creativity. This lesson shows the importance of experimenting with melodies. Check out this unique look at the creative writing process. * 12. Developping A Great Radio Vocal Date: 10.08.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: James Gardner Length: 00:32:49 Level: Description: In a continuation of their previous lesson, Brett works with James on connecting his head and chest voice to gain absolute control when singing. Brett shows several exercises to connect the two. He also talks about how dynamics, refinement, and note delineation can all help you control your voice so you can make it more commercial, or radio friendly. Brett gives away secrets to become a great singer, and stresses the importance of continued innovation; to stay relevant and take your voice to the next level. * 13. Diagnostic And Discovery Part1 Date: 06.10.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Mary-Kathryn Length: 00:40:37 Level: Description: This update features Grammy Award Nominee World Fusion Artist, Mary-Kathryn. Brett has brought her in for a little bit of a vocal check up. A long time Singing Success Program user, Mary-Kathryn has had huge success in her music career, but she believes that she will never stop learning. Brett walks through several exercises to explore the different qualities in Mary-Kathryns voice. The goal here is to discover what makes her voice unique, and emphasize those qualities. Be sure to check out Mary-Kathryns Myspace at http://www.myspace.com/marykathrynmusic * 14. Diagnostic And Discovery Part2 Date: 06.17.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Mary-Kathryn Length: 00:22:27 Level: Description: This update picks up where Brett and Mary-Kathryn left off in their last session. They are talking about exploring the voice and emphasizing the qualities that make it unique. This lesson is about applying exercises and discovering new qualities in your voice. Be sure to check out Mary-Kathryns Myspace at http://www.myspace.com/marykathrynmusic * 15. Dont Be Afraid Of Your Voice Date: 07.29.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Carla Cappa Length: 00:40:26 Level: Description: Bretts in the studio with a talented new artist, Carla Cappa. Brett sees some unlocked talent and potential, and wants to bring that out. They work on some exercises to open her mind and free her voice from what she thinks its supposed to sound like. Brett helps Carla find her voice and sets her on the right path to becoming a great artist. This lesson teaches that in order to become a truly great artist, you have to understand how others hear your voice. * 16. Exercise Your Creativity Date: 12.22.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: — Length: 00:19:54 Level: Description: Brett talks about exercising your creativity in songwriting. * 17.Don't Dodge The High Notes Date: 12.21.2007 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Kevin Gardner Length: 00:20:44 Level: Description: — * 18. Finding Edge In Your Mix Date: 02.10.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Iaian Thompson Length: 00:53:53 Level: Description: — * 19. Finding Head Voice Date: 9.01.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Austin Tingle Length: 00:23:18 Level: Description: Brett helps Austin find his head voice. The before and after difference is amazing! * 20. Finding Power In Head Voice Date: 01.11.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Taylor Pey Length: 00:54:31 Level: Description: Taylor comes to Brett with a simple request. More power in head voice. So in todays update we give you some of the very best exercises and techniques to build a clear and powerful head voice from the smallest beautiful sound to the amazing epic quality that only head voice can deliver. Listen and watch as Brett uses his inventive exercises to close Taylors vocal cords and clear up her high operatic range. Even one of Claude McKnights secret voice building exercise is laid bare in this revealing lesson. We all need to be reminded of how important building a strong foundation in our HEAD VOICE brings clarity and power to our mix voice. Finally, Brett brings in a mix voice application as the bottom foundation to the legit head voice. If you have trouble with either head or mix, you will want to see the end of this lesson as Taylor and Brett work through some difficult parts that we left unedited for your benefit. So join now or login and begin to build that power today! * 21. Finding The Singers Formant Date: 02.01.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: BJ Strautman Length: 00:30:22 Level: Description: Have a wimpy mix? The answer to getting more power in your mix is in this update. Brett answers a few off-camera questions BJ had about how to get the mix EVEN BIGGER. BJ noticed he wasnt able to copy exactly what Brett was doing as they were singing back and forth. The extra voice that BJ couldnt find is generally known as the singers formant. Brett begins to explain the formant and how to use DEEPER compressions and increased airflow to find it. I personally dont know of another place on the internet where you can see these concepts being demonstrated and explained. Anyone wanting to get into opera will want to watch this lesson (even though Brett admittedly is NOT an opera singer by any stretch of the imagination). Brett teaches how to use it tastefully in commercial music but how to also sing for the song. Just because we learn to sing loudly doesnt mean we must over-sing every song. Sing for the song and you can never go wrong. * 22. Free A Mind, Release A Voice Date: 03.25.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Josh Eason Length: 00:29:22 Level: Description: — * 23. From Light To Aggressive Date: 11.09.11 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Aheira Length: 00:16:36 Level: Description: In this lesson, Brett talks about being able to sing both soft and aggressive styles of music * 24. Identify With Your Audience Date: 03.25.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Gabrielle Solair Length: 00:18:51 Level: Description: Bretts back with Gabrielle to continue working on developing her as an artist. She already has an amazing voice at just fourteen years old, but Brett sees more than just a voice. He talks about lyric interpretation and how to use the finesse shes learned to communicate emotion to her audience. Brett says one of the keys to being a great artist is songwriting, and one of the keys to great songwriting is identifying with your audience. Brett gives some tips on emotionally connecting with the song and audience. He also gives away some secrets he uses when writing his own music. This is a must see for every songwriter! * 25. Importance Of Exercises Date: 03.10.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:25:59 Level: Description: In this lesson Brett addresses one of the most common questions singers have; "how do I apply vocal exercises to my songs?" Brett also talks about finding the right exercises for your problem, and the importance of staying with those exercises until you reach your goal. * 26. Just Sing Date: 04.09.08 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Kelly King Length: 00:41:34 Level: Description: Kelly King has been taking lessons from Brett for 10 years. After opening for Babyface in Nashville, she was kind enough to come in for a lesson filming. As an old veteran of the technique, Brett and Kelly delve deep into what makes a great artist and give some great insider tips on singing for a recording instead of just in a room. * 27. Life After Vocal Damage Date: 11.19.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Amy Hailstone Length: 00:40:47 Level: Description: Long time student and soon to be Brett Manning Associate, Amy Hailstone, sits down with Brett in this update to achieve one main goal; to show you that it's possible to sing full, high, and even powerful after vocal damage. Amy's vocal cords were so badly damaged that she needed surgery just to be able to sing again. After many months of therapy she met Brett and began to learn the proper way to sing without damaging her voice again. Now she sings pretty much anything she wants with little effort and great tone! Watch these two talk about her struggle and journey to becoming an incredible vocalist. * 28. Making Singing Easy Date: 09.09.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Chris Keller Length: 00:30:49 Level: Description: This update features local Brett Manning Associate, Chris Keller. Chris is one of Bretts select coaches he has teaching at his vocal studio in Nashville, TN. Brett sits down with Chris to show that singing is supposed to be easy. They work through some exercises to show how a truly connected voice gives the singer freedom. Chris is a very talented singer, but an even more talented coach. What sets him apart from most is his ability to sing freely and easy, and translate that to his students. Check out Chris Myspace at http://www.myspace.com/kellerchristopher , and look for his upcoming vocal product on singing easy, featuring Brett Manning. * 29. Maximizing Your Head Voice Date: 12.08.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: — Length: 00:29:40 Level: Description: Brett talks about getting the most out your head voice range. He also talks about the creative, technical, and stylistic benefits that come with proper head voice technique. * 30. Measure Of Connection To Restore The Voice Date: 10.29.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Brian Frank & Casey Phanuef Length: 00:48:51 Level: Description: In this update Brett sits down with Brian Frank and Casey Phanuef from the punk rock band A Heros Fate. Theyve both noticed that the way have been singing is starting to take a toll on their voices. Understanding the style of music they perform, Brett works on improving their vocal technique to relieve the strain without changing their style. He talks about how you should be able to sing heavy and dirty, then go back to light and clean whenever you want. This lesson deals with singing with proper technique so you dont harm your voice. It also has some great tips on hitting high notes with ease, and repairing the voice after abuse. If you sing rock or any other loud styles, youve gotta see this one! * 31. Mix Is Easy Date: 08.13.08 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Brandson Stansell Length: 00:34:52 Level: Description: * 32. More Degreees Of Variation Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:33:44 Level: Description: This lesson is all about developing finesse. Brett walks Gabrielle through several exercises to help gain control over her voice so she can sing whatever she feels, and bring emotion to the song. Brett says that you have to be truly connected to bring finesse to your singing. He gives several tips and examples that can help you gain that connectivity. This lesson is packed with information that most singers overlook, so dont miss out. * 33. More Mix Please Date: 03.18.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Gabrielle Solair Length: 00:33:44 Level: Description: * 34. More Notes More Questions Part 1 Date: 08.26.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Jaime Lee Length: 00:21:16 Level: Description: This update features Singing Success Online newcomer, Jaime Lee. Jaime has been to a lot of vocal coaches over the years and taken thousands of dollars in lessons, but hasn't found anyone who could take her voice to the next level...until now. Jamie met Brett just a day before this lesson was filmed, and she experienced over an octave increase in her voice! This lesson is about the questions that come after such a dramatic change in the voice. Brett also talks about how to strengthen the new notes, and get them ready for use in actual songs. Be sure to check out Part 2 of this lesson, and Jaime's website http://jaimeleesongs.com/ . * 35. More Notes More Questions Part 2 Date: 9.23.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Jaime Lee Length: 00:27:32 Level: Description: This is part two of Jaime's update with Brett. In this lesson, Jaime asks Brett several questions she has after gaining so much with her voice in such a very short time. Brett gives answers and exercises to help strengthen what she's gained. This is a great lesson for anyone experiencing vocal growth and entering new vocal territories. Be sure to check out Jaime's website http://jaimeleesongs.com/ . * 36. Morning Vocal Warm-up Date: 7.14.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: — Length: 00:23:21 Level: Description: Brett gives a quick morning vocal warm up. * 37. Overcoming Obstacles Date: 05.18.11 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Shebly Rollins Length: 00:38:42 Level: Description: Brett's in the studio with Shelby to talk about overcoming common obstacles in the voice. The two discuss allergies and cord closure. * 38. Path To Reconditioning The Voice Date: 08.19.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Jason Catron Length: 00:36:15 Level: Bretts in the studio with long time friend and recording artist, Jason Catron. Jason has had some time off and needs to get his voice ready for some upcoming shows. Brett gives a few simple exercises to help strengthen Jasons voice, and get him back into shape. This lesson is great for anyone needing a vocal tune up. Check out Jason's Myspace at http://www.myspace.com/jasoncatron . * 39. Philosophy Of Singing Date: 6.23.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: — Length: 00:23:15 Level: Description: Brett's in the studio with three of his newly certified associates to discuss the philosophy of singing. They talk about a few different types of learning and how each method of training can help you build your voice. * 40. Post Performance Workout Date: 06.03.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Jesse Nemitz Length: 00:37:18 Level: Description: DISCLAIMER: The beginning and end of this video have BAD SINGING ON PURPOSE! Jesse and Kelly were joking around and we decided to leave it in because it was so funny. They are not being serious. Brett Manning teaches Jesse Nemitz in POST PERFORMANCE WORKOUT Your humble webmaster takes a lesson from the man himself, Brett Manning. I don't get to study with Brett as often as I'd like and when the Singing Success Online site launched I used it as an oppurtunity to book a few lessons "for the business". After an intense show schedule that week I needed a good warm down and that's exactly what Brett gave. Watch as my gritty beat-up voice gets reconditioned back to balance by the end of the lesson. It's a great workout for anyone who has an intense tour schedule or just sings way too much (like myself). Bookmark this one to use after those intense three hour shows. * 41. Preparing The Voice To Sing Date: 10.03.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: James Gardner Length: 00:40:06 Level: Description: In this update Brett sits down with new Brett Manning Associate, James Gardner. James is an accomplished pianist and producer and has the potential to also be a talented vocalist. Brett explains that "you can grow a week in a year, or a year in a week." James is proof that a voice can be developed very quickly. Brett examines James' voice and gives him some vocal exercises to help smooth out the rough edges and prepare to sing. This lesson also deals with jaw tension, and how to loosen up the muscles that restrict the voice. This is a must see for all new singers and for anyone who wants to refine their voice. * 42. Rock Your Mix Date: 04.01.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Haley McGuire Length: 00:49:23 Level: Description: This lesson is about finding ease while singing in your mix. Haley shows us that its possible to sing an aggressive rock style freely. Brett takes Haley through several exercises to warm up, and strengthen her mix. Haley sings one of her new songs to demonstrate the ease that can be achieved from using these simple exercises. This lesson isnt just for rockers; Brett talks about how singing different styles can help areas of your voice that arent normally exercised, and give you more influence on your own personal style. * 43. Scat Can Sing Date: 01.14.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Scat Springs Length: 00:42:17 Level: Description: For this update weve brought in one of Bretts long time friends, Scat Springs. Scat is a nationally recognized singer songwriter, recording artist, and has been one of Nashvilles most sought after vocalists for over 20 years. Hes recorded with Faith Hill, Michael W. Smith, LeAnn Womack, Point of Grace, Anointed, Carmen, D.C. Talk, The Temptations, Donna Summer, Jimmy Buffet, and many other Grammy award-winning artists. Brett sits down with Scat to show the importance of a low larynx. Scat demonstrates several vocal exercises that can help keep the larynx down. Its interesting to see that after so many years of great technique, Scat uses a low larynx without even thinking about it. The whole point of this lesson is to show what singing with a low larynx can sound like, and how it can give you a full and easy sound * 44. Scat CanTeach Date: 01.21.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Kelly Beltran Length: 00:28:14 Level: Description: Scat Springs is an amazing singer who has worked with some of the biggest names in the business, so its not a stretch to think hes got some teaching skills under that big voice. Scat and Brett bring in a local artist, Kelly Beltran, to do some style coaching. Shes a beginner with the technique, but you can see how easy it is for her to grasp. Scat takes Kelly through a song, and teaches her to feel the song and sing it with more emotion. This is another great lesson to learn how to sing what the words mean, and connect with your audience * 45. Sing With What You Have Date: 06.22.2011 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Juleah Scott Length: 00:29:58 Level: Description: — * 46. Singing In The Studio Date: 5.12.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: — Length: 00:20:38 Level: Description: This lesson focuses on singing in the studio. Brett talks about how to warm up differently for different vocal parts. He also gives some tips on how to deliver a solid vocal performance in the studio. * 47. Singing Is Easy Date: 04.06.2011 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Jeff Mathena Length: 00:33:17 Level: Description: This lesson introduces our newest Brett Manning Associate, Jeff Mathena. Brett and Jeff talk about how singing should be as easy as talking. Brett gives some exercises to help warm up the voice slowly and easily, allowing for maximum tone and volume. * 48. Singing On A Bad Day Date: 9.22.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: — Length: 00:15:30 Level: Description: Brett talks about how to make the best of a bad vocal day. * 49. Singing Success Works Date: 11.03.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Emillie Dias Length: 00:32:24 Level: Description: Recording Artist Emillie Dias is in studio to prove that the Singing Success Program works. Emillie talks about her experience with the program and how it's helped her build an amazing voice. * 50. Singing With Substance Date: 12.31.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Katie Scherrer Length: 00:43:32 Level: Description: Brett Manning sits down with Katie Scherrer to coach her through an emotionally difficult song. Katie's a very gifted singer, and has no problem with the technique of the song, but Brett sees more in her voice and wants to bring that out. They both exercise through some scales to build texture in her voice while not being too breathy. Brett takes Katie through specific exercises that will help warm her voice up for this specific song. He prepares her for the emotional performance saying "it has to cost you something, or it'll be wasted." The final part of the lesson deals with lyric memorization and word association. This is an amazing one to watch and learn what it takes to emotionally connect with the song and capture your audience. * 51. Slow Warmup For The Big Voice Date: 12.07.2007 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Billy DuVall, Jr Length: 00:45:43 Level: Description: Once in a while I have to stop everything Im doing in the office and shoot over into Bretts studio because I hear a sound so glorious that I must know where its coming from. At times, its Brett playing Pavarotti or Bono on iTunes for a students lesson but every Tuesday at about 3pm that sound is Billy Duvall Jr. I quietly make my way into the lesson studio and sit on the couch to be schooled. Billy has been Bretts student for many years and is a great student of the technique so when we decided to launch this site, it was fitting for Billy to appear in the first slew of updates. If I had it my way, Billy would get his own update every week because I know I learn something new every time I watch his lesson. This is a few of the things you will learn in this update: How to sing through the mucous from allergies Establishing a chest-head connection BEFORE you lean in heavy The process of adding pressure to the mix to build volume (a must for the money notes) Hydration of the voice and using steam to your advantage Warming into vocal formants We also get to catch Billy singing a verse of a popular gospel song. He really opens up on this so check it out right now and begin learning how to power up that weak part of your mix! * 52. Smoothing The Transition Between Registers Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:56:28 Level: Description: * 53. Song Application Date: 11.30.11 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Craig Braun Length: 00:24:24 Level: Brett and Craig discuss applying the proper technique to a section of one of Craig's songs. Description: * 54. Spinning Vibrato Date: 03.10.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Dia Length: 00:33:07 Level: Description: Part two of a lesson with Dia from Meg & Dia. Brett teaches a much needed lesson on developing a vibrato for all types of voices. Anyone with too slow, or no vibrato can learn the secrets of achieving the elusive spin to the vibrato. From the number of cycles per second to the general weight of the vibrato, Brett discloses many tricks to get a lazy or uncontrolled vibrato to submit to your will as the singer. Thanks Dia for being or test subject on this update. Get control of your vibrato TODAY! Go download it or join up if you arent a member already. * 55. Style Diversity Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:34:04 Level: Description: * 56. Surprise Improv Session Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:33:16 Level: Description: * 57. Talented Newcomer Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:00:00 Level: Description: * 58. Taylors Vocal Therapy Date: 07.16.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Taylor Pey Length: 00:21:46 Level: Description: Taylor Pey lights up Singing Success Online with an update featuring a vocal therapy session she recently had with Brett. The focus is on repairing a voice that's been damaged from over-singing. Taylor has developed a small nodule on her cord. This lesson highlights the slow process of getting a voice back to easy compression if the singer is carrying too much weight into the head voice. The slight damage will cause a glitch in the closure of the cord and special exercises need to be used to rediscover correct compression. The goal is to be able to sing from the bottom to the top without any effort and Brett gives Taylor a great head start with this exclusive warm up session. * 59. The Art Of The Meow Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:18:03 Level: Description: * 60. The Freedom Of Youth Date: 12.03.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Baylee Oakley Length: 00:34:24 Level: Description: Brett sits down with ten year old singer, Baylee Oakley, to demonstrate how easy it should be to sing. Brett says that "singing is just making sound...it's that simple." He talks with Baylee about the freedom in her voice, and that it's there mainly because she just sings without thinking about the technique. There's a lot to learn in this lesson, for both beginning and advanced singers. Brett shows how a voice can be developed at an early age, and that you're never too advanced to learn something new, even from a child. * 61. The Science Of Singing Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:24:21 Level: Description: * 62. The System Works Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:26:28 Level: Description: * 63. Therapy For The Power Voice Date: 08.06.2008 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Jeff Seidel Length: 00:26:29 Level: Description: Jeff Seidel has been blowing away the local Nashville music scene for years and until recently was one of the hidden gems of Music City. That is, until recently when he was selected to be The Imperials new tenor. Now Jeff is singing on tour with the classic gospel group and heads in to the studio to get a check-up with Brett. Brett teaches how a powerhouse voice can find relief from constant pressure and provides a unique vocal therapy for Jeffs super-tenor voice. A great update for any singer needing to drop some weight and find better balance. * 64. Thinning Out The Voice Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:21:54 Level: Description: * 65. Too Many Gadgets Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:46:00 Level: Description: * * 66. Trust Your Voice Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:26:05 Level: Description: * 67. Vocal Freedom Date: 07.01.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Katie Rae Davis Length: 00:37:17 Level: Description: Bretts in the studio with rising country star, Katie Rae Davis. Katies had some great success in her career so far, but wants to take it to the next level. Brett runs through some exercises with Katie to open up her voice. He wants to give her the freedom in her voice to do whatever she wants. They run through a song together and correct some little things that have a huge impact on her tone and ease of singing. * 68. Vocal Mentoring Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:36:25 Level: Description: * 69. Weekly Workout Day 1 Date: 01.10.11 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: — Length: 00:16:40 Level: Description: The first of a five part series on a weekly vocal workout : Brett discusses the preparation that needs to be made in the voice at the beginning of the week. * 70. Weekly Workout Day 2 Date: Coach: Brett Manning Artist: — Length: 00:22:31 Level: Description: In part two of this series, Brett focuses on the lower chest part of the voice * 71. Weekly Workout Day 3 Date: 01.24.11 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: — Length: 00:17:01 Level: Description: In Part 3 of this series, Brett talks about stretching out the voice to find more freedom * 72. Weekly Workout Day 4 Date: 01.31.11 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:21:13 Level: Description: In Part 4 of this series, Brett talks about being creative with the voice. * 73. Weekly Workout Day 5 Date: 02.07.11 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Length: 00:24:54 Level: Description: In this final part of the five part series, Brett puts the voice through it's toughest day yet. * 74. What The Voice Should Sound Like Date: 06.12.09 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Craig Deuchar Length: 00:23:58 Level: Description: * 75. Whats Style Anyway Date: 01.04.08 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Krystal Meyer Length: 00:43:10 Level: Description: Singing Success TV welcomes Christian rock recording artist Krystal Meyers to Brett Manning studios. Krystal has been studying with Brett for quite a few seasons yet always seems to learn something new each time she comes. In this update, Brett focuses on finding the balance throughout Krystal’s chest, mix, and high head voice. There are some great exercises for mastering control of all the coordinations on the SAME NOTE! Also, there are some great tips for releasing tones very high in the head voice. One of the best parts of this update is in the stylistic tricks Brett and Krystal experiment with in the second half of the lesson. It’s very hard to put a finger on what creates an artistic sound but there are MANY suggestions and examples in this episode dealing with mixing coordinations and releasing in order to achieve a specific effect. Watch this style section toward the end OVER and OVER to your benefit as there are some great secrets revealed in this update. For anyone producing their own vocals at home, there are some great tips to set your vocal apart in your home studio. There is more to singing than just belting high notes and this update will help foster a more mature understanding of the commercial voice. *
Jesse Nemitz[37 видео]
Источник: http://www.brettmanningstudios.com/coaches/jesse-nemitz Your balanced mix is one lesson away. Jesse attacks vocal problems with a vengeance. It's not uncommon for Jesse's students to attain the powerful mix they want - as high as they want - in their very first lesson. As a singer, Jesse has overcome various vocal problems in the past and uses his experience to identify with singers on every step of their personal journey towards vocal mastery. Jesse has been a certified Brett Manning Master Associate since 2007, and is also the lead singer and songwriter for space-rock band 16th State. The band's recently released ep, Revolutionary, showcases his prowess as a commercial rock singer and producer. Jesse's passion is working with artists of all skill levels to perfect their technique and prepare them for the performance stage and the recording studio. * 1. 3 Stage Vocal Warm Up Part 1 Date: 7.06.11 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:32:29 Level: Description: Jesse gives part one of his three stage vocal warm up. He talks about warming up from nothing; taking small steps to reach your full vocal potential. * 2. 3 Stage Vocal Warm Up Part 2 Date: 7.27.11 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:31:33 Level: Description: Jesse continues with part two of his 3 Stage Vocal Warm Up. * 3. 3 Stage Vocal Warm Up Part 3 Date: 8.10.11 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:20:52 Level: Description: Jesse wraps up his series on warming up the voice. * 4. Authentic Technique Date: 5.19.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:33:05 Level: Description: Jesse is in the studio talking about the importance of having authentic technique. He gives some examples of singers who sound authentic, and some who don't. Jesse gives some exercises to help build proper technique in the voice, creating an authentic sound. * 5. Balancing The Bass Voice Date: 03.24.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Mike Schwalbe Length: 00:28:14 Level: Description: This lesson features metal singer Mike Schwalbe. Mike has come to Jesse to balance his voice and make him a well rounded singer. Jesse gives Mike some exercises to extend his high range, and brighten up his voice. * 6. Beginner Hang Ups Date: 8.18.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:27:13 Level: Description: Jesse talks about some of the common beginner hang-ups. This singing lesson deals with cord closure, compression, weight balance, and developing a solid foundation to help you learn how to become a singer. * 7. Breathing Date: 5.11.11 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:19:58 Level: Description: Jesse talks about one of the most basic, but often misunderstood aspects of singing, breathing. * 8. Consistent Vocals Date: 12.15.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Austin Tingle Length: 00:41:16 Level: Description: Jesse shows Austin how subtle differences in your warm up can make for a good or bad vocal day. * 9. Consistent Warm Up Date: 09.15.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Dennis Colrey Length: 00:42:27 Level: Description: * 10. Detailed Balance Date: Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Length: 01:01:26 Level: Description: * 11. Detailed Warm Up Date: Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Length: 00:00:00 Level: Description: * 12. Dont Be Afraid To Sound Good Date: 12.24.2008 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Chris Simpson Length: 00:33:10 Level: Description: In this update Jesse Nemitz sits down with long time student, Chris Simpson. Chris is a gifted singer, but he doesn't really have the confidence to use his gift to it's full potential. Jesse works with Chris to overcome his lack of self-confidence in his voice. They work through several exercises together to demonstrate different ways to build power and compression; to use the least amount of effort to hit notes. You can hear a difference in Chris' singing throughout the lesson. This lesson is all about building confidence in your voice. The exercises and tips in this lesson are designed to help strengthen the voice, which should give any singer a confidence boost. * 13. Easy High Notes Date: 07.08.2009 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Bill Caywood Length: 00:51:21 Level: Description: Jesse is in the studio with local artist and Singing Success graphic designer, Bill Caywood. Jesse shows Bill some key exercises to help ease strain when singing high notes. They also work on some vocal compression exercises, and how to get into your high mix. Bill has been a singer for many years, but hasnt had any formal training. As you will see, the transformation in his first lesson is amazing! Check out Bills myspace here - http://www.myspace.com/thecardinalrule * 14. Getting Out Of Your Own Way Date: 3.9.11 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:25:46 Level: Description: Jesse talks about letting technique take over to make singing easy. * 15. Getting The Voice Ready For Recording Date: 9.16.2009 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Length: 00:38:49 Level: Aaron Gooden Description: Jesse Nemitz is in the studio with Singing Success Online newcomer, Aaron Gooden. Aaron is one of those singers who thought he sounded a certain way, but when he heard his voice on a recording he discovered a totally unsatisfying sound. Jesse shows Aaron some of the techniques used by the pros to get that magical sound for recording. This lesson deals with compression, cord closure, and being aware of what you actually sound like to others. * 16. Gifted Singers Need Practice Too Date: 12.17.2008 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Abby Keller Length: 00:32:14 Level: Description: Jesse Nemitz sits down with Abby Keller to show that gifted singers need to practice as much as everyone else. Jesse talks about how gifted singers often have the ability to mimic other singers, but don't really know what's making the sound. He walks Abby through several vocal exercises to help strengthen and connect her voice, so she can better understand her talent. This lesson is about the importance of developing a strong and solid foundation. Jesse says "your vocal equipment has to be used and exercised, so that when that day comes when you can't hit a certain note, you'll have the knowledge to get it back." * 17. Gifted Vs Non Gifted Singers Part 1 Date: 10.06.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:21:40 Level: Description: Jesse discusses the different approaches gifted and non-gifted singers have when singing. * 18. Gifted Vs NonGifted Singers Part 2 Date: 10.13.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:24:05 Level: Description: In part two of this lesson, Jesse continues to talk about the cultural and environmental factors that can influence a voice. * 19. Good Opera Bad Opera Date: Coach: Artist: Length: 00:08:21 Level: Description: Introducing a long-time friend and colleague of Brett’s, Singing Success TV presents Metropolitan Opera Singer Tom McKinney. As an established artist and coach, Tom compares and contrasts great operatic singing and technique with bad university training which is so prevalent in our Americanized operatic vocal technique. Tom explains the incorrect application of the “cover” or “cupo” and gives plenty of demonstrations to go along with his informed advice for any up-and-coming singer. * 20. Just Cant Get Enough Mix Date: Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Length: 00:38:45 Level: Description: Jesse’s in the studio with Kelly Slagter, to talk about mix. He shows some important exercises to help strengthen your mix, giving you a full and powerful sound. This lesson is full of secrets and tricks to get a powerful mix. Be sure to check out Brett Manning’s new program, Mastering Mix HERE . * 21. Killing The Squeeze Date: 01.18.2008 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Adam Fuller Length: 00:49:58 Level: Description: In this weeks lesson, many secrets of getting the freedom, flexibility, and power in the mix are revealed. Anyone having trouble freeing up their high notes or oversqueezing the voice need to study whats available in this lesson. Students generally ask HOW to approach the high notes so this is yet another perspective on how to get reliable and powerful range that can immediately translate to the stage. Jesse packs in quite a bit of information as this update is chock full of NEW exercises, examples, explanations, and demonstrations of exercises already in your Singing Success program. Also in this update are 1How to vocalize in order to get ready to sing a demanding show 2A way of approaching the mix that make you NEVER MISS (a MUST for live performers) 3Connecting over 3 octaves of FULL voice, not just head. 4Appying the mix to an ACTUAL SONG. (From exercise to lyric and melody) 5Safe vocal distortions 6Warming down and why it is so important Our student, Adam Fuller, is a unique case in that he only recently began singing and has owned the Singing Success program for just under five months. Seeing something unique in the Singing Success approach, Adam also takes voice lessons from Jesse Nemitz, a certified Brett Manning Associate, in addition to working daily with the program. Adam is inspiring many around him because of how much hes improved over the last four months. Hear for yourself in this exciting SSO weekly update. * 22. Mix Voice For The Classical Singer Date: Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Length: 00:22:04 Level: Description: * 23. More Mix Please Part 2 Date: 02.08.2008 Coach: Jesse Nemitz, James Kelly Artist: — Length: 00:49:13 Level: Description: As a response to questions, comments and posts on our forum, we felt the need to film an update to the 10-28-07 lesson titled, More Mix Please. In this update, we delve further into what James does in order to find his mix, and keep it consistent. We start with a short Q&A and then lead into a detailed application section. Jesse joins James halfway through the lesson on the piano as they double-team ACTUAL song applications. You will see James work through difficult sections of popular songs in the styles of pop, country & r&b. There are plenty of explanations and examples of RIGHT and WRONG ways to approach the middle and high parts of the mix along with: 1Different Chest / Head balances 2Vowel narrowing applications 3Vocal texturing applications 4Stylistic nuance applications Anyone wanting to see the transition from exercise to ACTUAL SINGING needs to sit down and watch this update. After watching this lesson, you will certainly be much closer to applying what you practice in Singing Success to what you desire to sing. * 24. Note Independence / Независимость нот друг от друга Date: 11.17.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:35:28 Level: Description: Джесси о том, как смочь спеть любую конкретную ноту и при этом не петь другие ноты, которые находятся рядом с нужной нотой Jesse talks about being able to hit any note, without hitting other notes around it to help find the pitch or the right vocal coordination. * 25. Professional Vocal Setup Date: 8.04.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: — Length: 00:27:15 Level: Description: Jesse gives his top principles to achieve a perfect vocal day, everyday. * 26. Q&A With Jason Catron Date: 4.20.11 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Jason Catron Length: 00:32:10 Level: Description: Jesse sits down for a Q&A session with Jason Catron. The two discuss singing, coaching, and the methods of learning at Brett Manning Studios. Jesse also takes Jason through a warm up to show off his classical tenor range. * 27. Smart Singing Date: 04.14.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Andrew Trask Length: 00:45:04 Level: Description: A lot of singers come to Brett Manning Studios with some prior knowledge of singing, but many don't have solid technique to build upon. This lesson deals with learning proper techniques to build a voice that can sing anything. Jesse talks about evaluating your voice to see where your problem areas are. He also gives some examples of common mistakes singers make when beginning a new technique. * 28. Studio Warmup Date: 02.17.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Gabrielle Solair Length: 00:34:11 Level: Description: This update features local artist, Gabrielle Solair. She's in the studio with Jesse to demonstrate a full vocal warm up that emphasizes commercial qualities in the voice. Gabrielle was just in the studio working on her new single, and this is the warm up she used before recording. Check out her Myspace to hear the new song http://www.myspace.com/gabriellesol . * 29. The Missing Link Date: 01.13.09 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Kevin Degnan Length: 00:54:04 Level: Description: Jesse's in the studio with special guest, Kevin Degnan. Kevin has come to Jesse to fix some vocal problems he's developed over his singing career. He's had some great vocal training recently, but can't quite connect from the top to the bottom. This lesson shows the importance of connection, and how to find it. Jesse gives some simple exercises and techniques to connect, and stay connected throughout the voice. * 30. Tone Deaf Singing Date: 02.29.2008 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Eddie Gilbert Length: 00:41:06 Level: Description: When Eddie came to us, he wasnt able to hit pitches consistently. In fact, pitch was a mystery to him. Throughout the last 6 months, Eddie has used the Singing Success program and private lessons with Jesse to achieve great progress in his ability to match pitches and sing in tune. His before and after is incredible so you need to listen to it if you havent heard it. This lesson goes out to anyone having problems singing in tune and anyone who thinks they might be tone-deaf. In addition to pitch building exercises, there are good hints at how to really nail the heavy mix in the context of a song. Jesse shows how to work up to it and how to master difficult consonants while singing certain phrases and words. http://www.eddiegilbert.net/voicetraining.cfm * 31. Too Much Weight Date: 03.17.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Luke Yates Length: 00:44:30 Level: Description: Jesse’s in the studio with gospel singer Luke Yates. Luke has a thick tenor voice, and has the common problem of taking too much weight up to his high notes, causing strain. Jesse addresses Luke’s problem and gives him some exercises to thin his voice when singing high. * 32. Ultimate Cord Closure Workout Date: 07.02.2008 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Blake Davis Length: 00:36:27 Level: Description: Sony recording artist Blake Davis comes on to Singing Success Online to expose some of his vocal difficulties so all of us can better learn about the importance and process of cord closure. Blake has an amazing raspy tone that sounds great on a record but causes his voice to cut out when he goes high. Enter cord closure. Jesse shows Blake loads of exercises to use in order to find connection to the top and keep his tone pure instead of airy. You can hear as Blake's voice responds to the exercises and "blossoms" towards the end with beautiful tenor A and Bb's. Important aspects of singing up into the high notes (mix) are also covered in this revealing lesson update. If you aren't a member, the last 10 minutes are worth the price of a subscription alone. * 33. Vocalizing & Singing Date: Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Length: 00:27:56 Level: Description: Jesse's in the studio again with Dennis Corley. This time, the two discuss the differences between vocalizing and singing. * 34. Wheres My Vibrato Date: 05.06.2009 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Eddie Gilbert Length: 00:43:58 Level: Description: Jesse Nemitz is back in the studio with the legendary Eddie Gilbert. You might have seen Eddies amazing before and after video on the Singing Success website, but heres the link just in case you havent - http://singingsuccess.com/testimonials. In this lesson Jesse checks up on Eddies voice. They warm up and work on some pitch exercises that help train the ear and the voice to be able to delineate pitches smoothly. Jesse also takes Eddie through some exercises to help find and control his vibrato. Once again, Eddie proves to be one of the most open to instruction voices weve seen to date; the breakthroughs in this lesson alone are amazing! * 35. Why So Many Notes Date: 03.11.09 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Alan Reyes Length: 00:44:23 Level: Description: Jesse Nemitz sits down with long time student, Alan Reyes, to show the importance of extending your range. You never know when your top and bottom notes will be affected by something out of your control, so you want to do everything you can to protect those “money notes” so that you can sing great even through a cold. Jesse also gives some exercises and tips to brighten up the voice, which is a struggle for most bass singers. Alan has an amazing vocal range and he’s overcome some huge obstacles to get there. Check out his story and hear his secrets for getting beyond six octaves! *
Chris Keller [13 Видео]
Rock your high mix with a simple phone call. Chris has the rare ability to have complete control over his high mix enabling him to sing any genre in just about any key. He specializes in pop, rock, and Broadway. He is currently the lead singer in the New Jersey based band, JennyJump! and works with many singers performing in Broadway shows and touring bands. He has a B.M. from Middle Tennessee State University and currently resides in New York City where he coaches and produces vocals. As a vocal coach, Chris re-constructs your voice from the ground up by working on simple sounds, relaxation and the relation singing has to speaking. This creates a fine balance that gives you the ultimate control over your vocals to increase your range, tone quality, volume, and sing longer. Chris also teaches his unique approach that creates more commercial and artistic singing. There's a fine line between being a vocalist and being a singer, Chris knows how to separate the two and when to use each to your benefit. His voice is truly amazing and he can demonstrate anything he is teaching. To work with Chris Keller, call 615.866.1099 or click on the link to the right. * 1. Air Flow Date: 11.25.2009 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Abby Kelly Length: 00:34:03 Level: Description: Chris Keller is in the studio with special guest, Abby Kelly. Abby has a good and powerful voice naturally, but needs some refinement to take it to the next level. Chris gives Abby some exercises that will help control her air flow, keeping her voice consistent and smoothly connected. * 2. Applying Technique In A Song Date: 02.03.10 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Joseph Baer Length: 00:31:01 Level: Description: Chris is in the studio with local artist, Joseph Baer. Joseph is getting ready for a cruise ship gig, and needs some last minute tips. This lesson deals with one the most discussed topics in singing, applying technique in your songs. Chris takes Joseph through some simple exercises that will give him more connection, and strengthen his high notes. The before and after difference is amazing! * 3. Basics Of Commercial Singing Date: 01.20.09 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Jimmy Charles Length: 00:26:13 Level: Description: This lesson features local artist, Jimmy Charles. Jimmy has a good voice naturally, but wants to find that unique quality that many great recording artists have. Chris shows Jimmy some of the basic exercises to find and strengthen his mix, and get that commercial sound he's looking for. * 4. Developing A Powerful Voice Date: 10.07.2009 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Elisa Length: 00:29:11 Level: Description: Elisa has come all the way from Germany to gain some vocal knowledge from Brett Manning Studios. Shes been working with Chris Keller, one of Bretts top associates, for about a week. Elisas come a long way in her vocal journey, but her voice is still lacking power. Chris gives some key exercises to help strengthen her voice and give her that powerful sound shes been searching for. * 5. Dude I Just Wanna Rock Date: 04.29.2009 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Will Kennedy Length: 00:36:28 Level: Description: In this lesson Chris Keller teaches Will Kennedy, lead singer for the band Sixty To Zero. This is Wills first vocal lesson ever, especially with this technique. Chris walks Will through the basics of finding his mix, and how to properly warm up. Wills music is very aggressive and demanding, so he needs to be able to perform to the fullest every night. Chris shows Will the importance of having good vocal technique, and how to use it to get the most out of his voice. Be sure to check out Wills band Sixty To Zero at http://www.myspace.com/60tozero. * 6. Finding Great Commercial Tone Date: 02.18.2009 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Chris Tarpley Length: 00:37:58 Level: Description: Chris Keller has brought his long time friend, Chris Tarpley, to the studio to show that even a great voice can still improve. They both work through some basic exercises that can really open up the voice and add that commercial tone that you hear on the radio. This lesson focuses on commercial tone; what it is, why you want it, and how to get it. This was Chris first lesson with a coach from Singing Success and the results are amazing! * 7. Mixing Head And Chest Voice Date: 05.05.10 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Trista Wheaton Length: 00:33:57 Level: Description: Chris is in the studio with local artist, Trista Wheaton. Trista is a long time student of the Brett Manning Method and has built a strong head and chest voice, but she wants to be able to go from one to the other seamlessly. Chris gives some exercises to help Trista build a stronger mix, allowing her to sing with more power and freedom. * 8. Refine Your Artistry Date: Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Length: 00:41:41 Level: Description: * 9. Singing After A Cold Date: 04.28.10 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Pete Good Length: 00:24:28 Level: Description: Recovering from a cold is one of the hardest things for a singer to do. Chris talks about some of the positive aspects of rebuilding your voice after being sick. Be sure and check out Pete's Myspace here http://www.myspace.com/eeiimusic . * 10. Style For Any Song Date: 04.22.09 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Giuseppe Lopizzo Length: 00:23:13 Level: Description: Chris Keller is in the studio with a special guest all the way from Italy, Giuseppe Lopizzo. Giuseppe came all the way to Nashville to study with Brett and his associates. In this lesson Chris teaches Giuseppe some simple style techniques that can make any song uniquely yours, while making it easier to sing. The two work through two songs and demonstrate how these style techniques can be applied to any genre. A special thanks to Giuseppe for coming from so far away to film this update. * 11. Tone Quality For The Beginner Voice Date: 09.24.2008 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Tiffany Portis Length: 00:29:10 Level: Description: Chris Keller is a very talented and gifted Associate of Brett Manning, and has some of the best tone you can find in a voice. Tiffany has great vocal tone in her low range, but loses it when she goes for high notes. Chris takes Tiffany through several vocal exercises to help produce a better tone quality in her voice throughout her range. He explains what many of the exercises actually do for your voice, and shows how to translate those exercises into songs. Watch as Chris totally transforms a quiet, timid voice to a loud and powerful one with great tone. * 12. Turning Falsetto Into Power Mix Date: 10.15.08 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: Matt Rayals Length: 00:28:26 Level: Description: Local recording artist, Matt Ryals, is having trouble sustaining power when hitting his high notes. At the end of one of his songs, his voice is extremely worn out. He’s getting ready to go in the studio to record his upcoming album, so he asks Brett Manning Associate, Chris Keller, to help him. Chris, who is no stranger to high notes, helps Matt understand the importance of vocal compression and how you can achieve a very high voice with a lot of power. Watch, as Chris walks Matt through one of his toughest songs, and sets him on the right path to hitting those high notes with power and ease. * 13. Vocal Balance Date: 03.31.10 Coach: Chris Keller Artist: — Length: 00:31:36 Level: Description: Chris is in the studio talking about vocal balance. He talks about the importance of finding balance and how to maintain that balance. *
Shelby Rollins [30 Видео]
Shelby took a lot of voice lessons before discovering Brett Manning. Before working with Brett, she says, "I never thought my voice was something I could have control over at every moment. Now, I believe this is how the voice was designed to function." As a coach, she specializes in diagnosing her students' unique needs and finding what works for them. As a singer, she has a special understanding of the female voice and how to get the full range of sound and emotion from every singer she works with. Shelby holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Florida State University, and has been a certified Brett Manning Associate since early 2009. She is a recent transplant to Nashville from New York City, where she performed her own original music in venues all over Manhattan and taught Brett's methods in her studio. She has worked extensively with worship teams and church musicians training and leading for the past 12 years. Shelby is passionate about transforming singers in all genres, especially pop, Broadway, Christian and country. * 1. Balanced Compression Date: Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Length: 00:29:45 Level: Description: * 2. Chest Voice Date: 9.29.10 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: — Length: 00:15:44 Level: Description: Shelby talks about the chest voice and it's role in your mix. She gives some exercises to strengthen the chest voice and extend your range. * 3. Common Mistakes Date: 4.27.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: — Length: 00:19:12 Level: Description: Shelby talks about some of the more common technical mistakes singers make. * 4. Consistent Balance Date: 03.02.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Katherine Feeley Length: 00:39:27 Level: Description: In this lesson, Shelby talks about having a voice that is consistently balanced * 5. Controlling Your Larynx Date: 10.19.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Sam Plotkin Length: 00:39:09 Level: Description: Shelby gives some exercises to help control the larynx. * 6. Extending The Female Low Range Date: Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Length: 00:24:12 Level: Description: * 7. Finding Head Mix Date: Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Length: 00:32:32 Level: Description: * 8. Finding Volume Date: 12.07.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: — Length: 00:24:20 Level: Description: Shelby talks about achieving released volume. * 9. Getting The Voice Ready For Competition Date: Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Length: 00:33:32 Level: Description: * 10. Head Voice Release Date: 12.01.10 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Length: 00:28:49 Level: Description: Shelby talks about having a released head voice in any coordination. * 11. High Mix Release Date: Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Length: 00:37:34 Level: Description: * 12. Light Mix Date: 06.29.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Charmaine Brown Length: 00:29:38 Level: Description: Shelby's in the studio with Canadian Brett Manning Associate, Charmaine Brown. The two discuss the lighter side of the mix. * 13. Misconceptions Of Light And Right Date: 10.05.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: — Length: 00:24:35 Level: Description: Shelby talks about some of the misconceptions of a light coordination. She talks about being light and right, rather than light and tight. * 14. Normalizing The Voice Date: Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Length: 00:29:00 Level: Description: * 15. Proper Edge Coordination Date: 6.01.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: — Length: 00:25:37 Level: Description: Shelby talks about the importance of having a proper edge coordination. She goes into detail of what edge is, and gives exercises to strengthen it from a correct foundation. * 16. Reaching Your High Mix Date: Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Length: 00:39:38 Level: Description: * 17. Relieving Tension Date: 03.16.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Mackenzii Quiring Length: 00:32:27 Level: Description: Shelby talks about taking pressure off the voice, allowing you to sing freely. * 18. Singing Through Allergies Date: 08.31.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Leah Doan Length: 00:29:17 Level: Description: Shelby gives Leah some exercises to help get through her allergies. * 19. Split Of Resonance Part 1 Pharyngeal Date: 7.20.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: — Length: 00:21:15 Level: Description: Shelby talks about having a split of resonance, not giving preference to the head or chest as a resonator. This part of the lesson talks about the place between head and chest, the pharyngeal resonator. * 20. Split Of Resonance Part 2 Edge Date: 8.24.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: — Length: 00:19:42 Level: Description: In this lesson, Shelby talks about a split of resonance from the edge coordination. Be sure to go back and watch part one of this series dealing with the pharyngeal resonator. * 21. The Big Picture Date: 10.20.10 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: — Length: 00:27:55 Level: Description: Shelby talks about the voice as a whole, identifying the four main components of the voice. She gives exercises for each to help strengthen each part, and create a better understanding of singing. * 22. The Foundation For Texture Date: Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Length: 00:30:44 Level: Description: * 23. Too Much Mix Date: 11.02.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: Moriah Pereira Length: 00:34:07 Level: Description: Moriah has the uncommon problem of having a full mix, but her chest and head voices are weak. This lesson focuses on strengthening head and chest voice. * 24. Vowels Date: 6.16.10 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: — Length: 00:19:12 Level: Description: Starting a phrase with a vowel can be one of the toughest things to do in a mix, especially when singing high. Shelby gives some exercises that will help build a strong mix in order to be able to sing vowels with power, and not rely on consonants. * 25. Whats Really Going On With Your Voice Date: 2.23.11 Coach: Shelby Rollins Artist: — Length: 00:28:14 Level: Description: Shelby breaks down what is going on in each part of the voice. She talks about the top five misconceptions singers develop from bad technique. *
Jamie Wigginton [7 Видео]
Источник: http://www.vocaledge.com/about-vocal-edge/about-jamie-wigginton/ JAMES R. WIGGINTON (Jamie) was born into a touring musical family in Western Kentucky -sort of a hillbilly Partridge Family. Hundreds of artists/vocalists all over the world currently call Jamie their vocal coach. Over the past few years, Jamie has completed over 25 international tours, in 11 countries–appearing in concert and presenting Master Classes. Jamie has the honor of working with nationally-known vocal artists such as John Michael Montgomery (Capitol), Jessica Andrews (Dreamworks), Pure NRG (Fervent Records), Marcel (Mercury), Trenna Barnes (Cowboy Crush: Asylum/Curb), Shannon Brown (Capitol), Shanna Crooks (Atlantic Records) and Grammy Winner Lynn Marie Rink. Mr. Wigginton’s personal performance and/or recording credits include: solo artist; background singer (for Garth Brooks, Ray Stevens, Trisha Yearwood, Vince Gill, Donna Summer, many others); session singer (for WORD, Brentwood Music, as well as many studios); production and/or film (for Warner Bros., CMT, and New England Sensation); Concert and Solo Pianist; Live Theatre and Opera Performances (including leading roles in The Tender Land, Carousel, Fiddler on the Roof, Oklahoma!, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and South Pacific). Mr. Wigginton is the Musical Director of Musico a Musico, an international music education organization geared toward artist who use their gifts in the church. Other producing and advising credits include working with Michael Garvin (wrote/produced ‘Waiting for Tonight’ for J-Lo) and Joe Hogue (Grammy and Dove award winner). Jamie is well-known across the US for his exceptional ability to quickly assess and aid vocalists in all aspects of vocal performance and extending vocal range. Mr. Wigginton has authored “The Karaoke Singer’s Guide to Greatness”, “The Pro Singer’s Warm-up”,and co-authored ‘Singing Success’ –the biggest-selling self-improvement program of any kind on the entire internet–with renowned vocal coach, Brett Manning. Involved in nearly all aspects of entertainment, Jamie is an ASCAP songwriter, arranger/orchestrator, has appeared in music videos, commercials, print ads fitness publications and works with local church music ministries. His orchestrations have been featured in over 500 broadcasts. Mr. Wigginton received his Bachelor of Music (Performance) in voice and piano from Belmont University. He has also completed extensive vocal studies with Richard Miller (The Structure of Singing, etc.), and several other notable vocal pedagogues. Daily, he continues to study and develop new ways to help his artists reach their goals. Jamie resides in Nashville, Tennessee. VocalEdge Studio is located right on historic Music Row,16th Avenue. He also serves as full-time Instructor of Commercial Voice Performance at Belmont University. http://www.vocaledge.com/ * 1. Bridge Over Troubled Voice Date: 03.17.2008 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: Mike Walker, Megan G Length: 00:44:54 Level: Description: Jamie enlightens us with a number of ways a weighted voice can get through the bridge. The first half of the update features Mike, a very talented singer that has trouble through the bridge (hint hint like most of us). Now you can smooth out your bridge by using some of the specifically designed exercises from our top Belmont University contributor, Jamie Wigginton. The second student, Megan, gets great style coaching and some basic technical application to difficult passages in audition music she was preparing for. Our first musical theatre singer on the site, please welcome Megan! * 2. Control Your Technique Date: 01.28.2009 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: Bobby Banister Length: 00:30:25 Level: Description: For this update weve brought back a long time friend and associate of Brett Manning, Jamie Wigginton. In addition to his teaching at Belmont University in Nashville, Jamie continues to coach over 250 artists/vocalists in his Music Row and Springfield, MA studios. Jamie has brought in a very technically talented singer to demonstrate that its not all about technique. Bobby has had many years of vocal training and knows what to do to hit all the notes. His main struggle is feeling the song. Jamie teaches Bobby to control his technique, and not let it control him. Jamie says you dont want to sound like youre taking lessons, you want to sound natural. * 3. Just Relax Date: 06.03.2009 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: Megan Gleckler Length: 00:32:12 Level: Description: Jamie Wigginton is back in the studio with Megan Gleckler. Megan is getting ready for a summer singing gig at SeaWorld, and she has asked Jamie to help with her vocal tension. Megan has a powerful voice, and its easy for her to become tense when singing high. They work through a song and Jamie gives some exercises to help relieve the tension. Jamies unique approach to this technique is always great to watch. * 4. Singing On Tired Voice Date: 02.22.2008 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: Keith Johnson, Jordan Formanek Length: 00:51:43 Level: Description: We all do it abuse our voices by not getting enough sleep. Belmont University campus in the heart of Nashville, TN is ripe with students that have this common vocal problem. Today, our associate teacher, Jamie Wigginton, tackles this issue and more of what seem to be plaguing just about every student this time of year tired voice and sick voice. Composed of two 25 minute lessons, this update will walk through some exercises to wake up a sleepy voice and also break through some tension issues for the young male singers. Keith is a textbook case of the still-changing teenage male voice and any young singer having issues with the middle part of the mix will relate to the concepts taught in the first lesson. Our second singer, Jordan was gracious enough to let us film him while in the middle of battling a cold virus so many valuable tips about singing through sickness can be found because of him. Thanks Jordan and Keith for sharing your vulnerabilities with the rest of the singing community! * 5. Spasmodic Dysphonia Blues Date: 04.02.2008 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: Blake Rowden Length: 00:34:24 Level: Description: Jamie is at it again with a pair of wonderful singers from the heart of Nashville, Belmont University campus. Blake is sick but needs to warm up for a demanding show rehearsal so you will see the process of getting the voice in shape in any condition. The second singer works through some mix exercises and battles Spasmodic Dysphonia. This update is NOT to be missed! * 6. Technique For The Gifted Voice Date: 04.16.2008 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: — Length: 00:26:01 Level: Description: This lesson has some great exercises and information for the rare gifted singers out there. Most gifted singers never get lessons because they simple dont feel they need it. When the high E is gone from this students voice, she knows its time for a tune-up. Also, check out how to sing through a polyp in this update from the master teacher, Jamie Wigginton. * 7. The Groove Queen Date: 02.11.2009 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: Kristen Rogers Length: 00:21:03 Level: Description: Jamie Wigginton has brought in another talented singer to demonstrate two things; finding your mix, and how to groove. The first part of the lesson deals with finding your mix and Jamie gives some larynx exercises to help. In second half of the lesson, Jamie talks about groove and what its purpose is in a song. Kristen Rogers is the groove queen, and she gives some tips to help follow the groove of a song, and not rush it. Watch this talented coach and singer work through a song and demonstrate groove.
1. Advanced Songwriting Date: 01.27.09 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Lora Hodges Length: 00:26:06 Level: Description: Brett's working on some advanced songwriting techniques with one of his certified associates, Lora Hodges. Lora has some good material, but needs some help making her lyrics and style more commercial. Brett gives some tips on vocabulary, storytelling, phrasing, and the use of vibrato to help make Lora's song more commercial. Be sure to check out Lora's Myspace http://www.myspace.com/loraruss . * 2. Building Your Strengths Date: 6.30.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Bostjan Korosec Length: 00:34:40 Level: Description: Brett's in the studio with Bostjan Korosec to talk about the strengths and weaknesses of the voice. Normally, a lot of emphasis is put on exercising the weakest part of the voice, to balance with the stronger part; but this lesson takes another direction and teaches not to forget about what comes naturally. * 3. Classical Technique For The Commercial Singer Date: 08.05.2009 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Giuseppe Lopizzo Length: 00:49:32 Level: Description: Italian singer, Giuseppe Loppizzo, is back in the studio to demonstrate some amazing vocal technique. Jesse walks Giuseppe through some commercial and classical scales to show the power and ease he has while singing. The whole purpose of this lesson is to show that so much can be learned from both classical and commercial techniques. This lesson shows the importance of borrowing from many vocal techniques to make your voice as good as it can be. * 4. Different Perspectives Date: Coach: Artist: Length: 00:27:19 Level: Description: * 5. Discipline And Freedom Date: 6.02.10 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Joel Harrison Length: 00:26:16 Level: Description: Brett's in the studio talking about the relationship between discipline and freedom. He talks about being so disciplined vocally, that singing songs is just as natural as the exercises. Brett also gives some unique exercises and tips to help warm up the voice on the spot, when you don't have a piano * 6. Morning Voice Warm Up Date: 5.25.11 Coach: Giuseppe Lopizzo Artist: Marco Giordano Length: 00:24:52 Level: Description: This lesson features Italian Brett Manning Associate, Giuseppe Lopizzo. He talks about warming your voice up in the morning. * 7. Precise Technique Date: 5.26.10 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Joel Harrison Length: 00:24:04 Level: Description: This lesson features future Brett Manning Associate, Joel Harrison. Jesse is in the studio with Joel to demonstrate how being precise with this technique can build a powerful voice from the smallest level. * 8. The Foundation Of Tone Production Date: 10.21.2009 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Craig Deuchar Length: 00:53:07 Level: Description: Craig Deuchar is back in the studio, this time to demonstrate correct tone production. Jesse and Craig show how important tone production is, and what can go wrong in the voice when tone is produced incorrectly. This lesson is full of exercises to encourage correct tone production, allowing the voice to sound like it should. Be sure to check out Craigs Myspace - http://www.myspace.com/craigdmusic . * 9. The Voice Body Connection Date: 9.21.11 Coach: Craig Deuchar Artist: — Length: 00:14:17 Level: Description: Craig goes into detail of how to properly support the voice with the body. * 10. To Belt Or Not To Belt Part 1 Date: 11.04.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Estelle Length: 00:39:36 Level: Description: This update features future Brett Manning Associate, Estelle. She's come all the way from Australia to learn from the master himself, Brett Manning. When Estelle first came to Brett, she already had a very good voice, but wasn't singing to her full potential. Brett gives some exercises to help build strength in the cords, which will give a huge and powerful sound. He also talks about being "truly connected", and how that connection can take you to the next level in your voice. * 11. To Belt Or Not To Belt Part 2 Date: 12.02.09 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Estelle Length: 00:26:23 Level: Description: Brett's back in the studio with Estelle to continue their lesson on belting. Brett talks more specifically about the artistic and expressive differences between having a truly connected mix, and belting. *
Jason Catron [8 Видео]
Jason credits his six years of work with Brett Manning as having helped to totally redefine and shape his singing voice. "There is no one I trust more with my voice," He says. "My voice has never been stronger. I used to think that I was a baritone. Now I am a tenor!" As a coach he has a passion for bringing out the best to equip his students to obtain a lasting career in music. As a singer he understands the challenges faced by each student in realizing the full unique potential of their voice. With six years of experience as an artist manager, he has a handle on what it takes to help artists navigate the rough road to success in the industry. Jason is a graduate of Belmont University in Nashville and is a newly certified Brett Manning Associate. He also has a solo music career, composes, and is a member of the group, Tenore...(presented by Sing!), a trio of tenors that perform internationally. Jason's personal style is "popera" which is a unique mix of pop-flavored classical vocals with roots in opera, and he loves to mix genres of music. He is intrigued by the potentail in every singer he meets. Jason lives in Nashville. For more on Jason please visit www.JasonCatron.com and www.SingTenore.com. * 1. Consistent Vocal Placement Date: Coach: Jason Catron Artist: Length: 00:18:22 Level: Description: * 2. Extending The Low Range Date: 9.07.11 Coach: Jason Catron Artist: — Length: 00:19:37 Level: Description: Jason give exercises to extend and strengthen the low range. * 3. Making A Song Your Own Date: Coach: Jason Catron Artist: Length: 00:17:35 Level: Description: * 4. Pharyngeal Resonator Date: Coach: Jason Catron Artist: Length: 00:25:42 Level: Description: * 5. Q&A With Jason Catron Date: Coach: Jason Catron Artist: Length: 00:32:10 Level: Description: * 6. The Secret To Hitting HighNotes Date: Coach: Jason Catron Artist: Length: 00:22:36 Level: Description: Jason talks about getting the most out of your high notes. * 7. Vocal Coach Q&A Date: Coach: Jason Catron Artist: Length: 00:24:23 Level: Description: * 8. Vocal Placement Date: Coach: Jason Catron Artist: Length: 00:25:26 Level: Description: *
Eric Arceneux [2 Видео]
Part I Part II
Dave Brooks [12 Видео]
Compression Is Key Genre Differences Jorge Is An Artist Power And Finesse Stylistic Vibrato Taking Risks Taking Risks Part II Teaches Style Part I Teaches Style Part II The Making Of A Great Studio Vocal Part II Backgrounds Volume And Compression You`Ve Got To Commit
Sofie Shear [4 Видео]
Balancing The Female Voice From Vocalizing to Application Lowering The Female Range Trics To Coonect The Voice
Jeff Mathena [12 Видео]
Connection Chest Voice Part I Connection Chest Voice Part II First Bridge Connection Getting The Voice Back Part I Getting The Voice Back Part II Precise Vocal Warm Up Part I Recovering Your Voice Signs of Progress Part I Signs of Progress Part II Spasmodic Dysphonia Warming Up Your Voice Part I Warming Up Your Voice Part II
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Убедительнейшая просьба, всех скачавших данную раздачу, либо часть ее, либо отдельные уроки из нее, оставаться на раздаче как можно дольше. Объем большой, так давайте помогать друг другу! С уважением, Григорий К.
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