How to do a loud fingerless whistle
How to loudly whistle with one hand
How to produce strange noises using your mouth and throat. Guttural Noises
Cory teaches us how to do a high pitched scream in this video tutorial. This is the same as a low scream, just higher in pitch. The first this to do is to let out a lot of air when you are using a high pitched scream. This is the opposite of what you would do for a low pitch yell. The next thing to do is to position your tongue in your mouth. The tongue should be up to the front of your mouth touching your bottom teeth. The last thing to remember is to use a different spot in your throat, fin...
Saher known as “sbGALT” is here to help with your singing vibrato. He gives an example of what vibrato is & how it varies from straight tone when singing. He sings a note with & without vibrato to illustrate the differences.
In this two-part singing lesson, Kevin Richards will teach you about octave slides, sometimes called octave sirens, which are vocal drills that well help increase the range of your head voice and strengthen the transition between chest and head registers. This vocal exercise can be done anytime, anywhere. There's no need for a piano or audio scale.
This video teaches the bare basic sounds for beatboxing and gives you some simple beats to start practicing with. To help you out with timing, use the online metronome at http://www.metronomeonline.com/.
In this how to video, Kathie explains some simple techniques you can use to help teach children to sing with more volume. Make sure you do not tell them to be just louder because that will teach them to strain their throats. Watch this tutorial and you will be able to teach singing to kids in no time at all.
This video is for those who are either at an advanced skill level or have practiced video number two in this series a few times.
Classically trained singers will tell you that screaming is the worst thing you can ever do to your vocal chords, but if you're into singing/screaming heavy metal or rock then it's necessary to know how to scream with minimal damage.
In this how to video, Kathie talks about using the diaphragm and shows some tools she's used to help kids with vocal exploration. These are great tips to utilize if you are teaching a music class or a children's choir. You'll be able to teach kids to sing in no time at all with this 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.
In this tutorial, we learn how to create sound with vocal chords. Your vocal chords remain open when you are breathing and are drawn together when you are singing. As the vocal chords release, it creates a ripple effect that releases noise through your mouth. You want to make sure you use solid breath, so you don't have tension in your vocal chords and while you sing. Your breathing technique should be similar to how you are using your vocal chords. You don't want to apply too much pressure t...
This video gives you a little more detail on using your diaphragm to scream as to not hurt your voice, but keep your vocals hardcore.
Humming while beatboxing is one of the most important techniques to pick up if you're planning to cover popular songs. It's also a key element for singing and beatboxing, but that's for another tutorial. Here, I'll teach you how to hum while beatboxing by explaining exactly how it works.
Beatboxinging, hip-hop, and firearms have always had a close relationship, and many of the best hip-hop songs feature gunshot sounds at some point in the track. If you want to add gunshots to your beatbox, watch this video to learn how to make awesome gunshot sounds with your mouth.
To whistle really loudly start by rolling the tip of your tongue back toward the back of your mouth. Then take the middle and index finger of both hands and put them in your mouth near the underside of the tongue. The underside is exposed because the tongue is rolled back. When you put the fingers in your mouth put them near the tongue but not touching the tongue. With the fingers in your mouth close your mouth down around the fingers and blow out. The air passing through the fingers and teet...
In this video, we learn how to do deep screams in metal singing. You will take a high note and add to it by pushing your throat. This is like doing the vocal fry method. After you keep practicing, this will become a guttural scream. Put your tongue on the roof of your mouth and shape your mouth into a fish shape. Let the air flow steadily and the noise will come out really deep and out of your guts. This may take you several days or weeks to do, but don't give up easily! Once you get the scre...
If you've seen my basic sounds tutorial (and if you haven't, you should!) you'd know a rimshot sound instead of a snare. The classic snare, while considerably more tricky, is far more versatile.
This instructional beatboxing video explains how to do a better tongue roll as well as an alternate roll that is referred to as the tom roll. These are both used as fills in between kicks and snares as well as at the end of phrases. Practice the tongue and tom roll techniques and improve your beatboxing skills!
Watch this video to learn how to alter your pitch and tone while singing!
This how to video shows techniques she's used successfully to teach kids how to properly make vowel sounds when singing. These tips are great if you are interested in teaching a music class or a children's choir. Watch this tutorial and you will be able to teach children to sing with proper vowel form in no time.
This video is a demonstration of a vocal warm up exercise. Holding your tongue with your hand singing you basic scale and chord shapes with a variety of different vowel sounds. Repeat squeezing cheeks. Sounds great!
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a simple clapping noise in beat boxing. First, you want to suck air in through your teeth and make a sizzling noise. Block air from coming into your mouth and then open up the back of your tongue so your focusing all your air to go through the small space in your mouth at the back of your tongue. After you do this, you can just suck the air through the side of your teeth. You can also do this by taking a breath in and then breathing in through the sides ...
In this tutorial, we learn how to sing using your chest voice with Ian Castle. Your chest voice is used in everyday speech, it is turned chest voice that vibrates in the chest voice. If you speak in everyday conversations, you will be able to feel your chest vibrate, which is what your chest voice is. When practicing your chest voice exercise, don't strain your voice too hard. You will want to start out with saying "ahh" voice exercises, from descending to ascending. Change your voice along w...
This video is about singing better by optimizing your voice's resonance.
Learn how to sing with proper vocal technique with classical voice training with singing and vocal training tips in this free online vocal coaching video series.
In this video Jaxter discusses the finer points of coordinating your breathe in sounds and breathe out sounds. Shaker, bass, snare and more are explained in this brilliant exposition of beat boxery.
Why spend hundreds of dollars on equipment when you can make a beat with nothing more than your own mouth. Learn how to beatbox by watching this video and practicing Slizzer's roll sound. This roll will take your beats to the next level.
The focus of this video is on singing high notes for men. The first step is to identify which mode your high note are sung in: classical, contemporary, or falsetto. For most men around the E flat note of the range determines which of these three routes is natural to the singer. For classical singers there is a distinct throttling around this pitch change into higher notes, a region known as the passagio. Contemporary singers have a more gradually ramping up as they pass over this transition o...
In this video, Kevin Richards teaches us some vocal exercises and how to expand the upper range of the head register voice for singing. The exercise, a "reverse octave", involves starting at a high note (in the head register) with a "He" sound, and singing down an octave to end up with a "Ya" sound. The purpose of this is that making the "h" sound in "He" works the diaphragm. Richards will explain this and demonstrate it in the video. After learning how to do the exercise, you will learn help...
Jill Jaxx teaches some simple techniques you can use to improve your singing voice. These techniques are easy enough that you can practice them at home. The main focus is focusing on your breathing but includes some great (and funny) tips including holding your tongue! The student featured in this demonstration has a retainer and Jill helps her to not only relax her breathing to sing better, but to control her tongue to help get her notes and voice out the way she wants it!
Check out this instructional beatboxing video that provides a detailed explanation of the Throat Pulse Bass kick used in BeatBoxing. This is also known as the techno bass technique. This technique positively effects your beatboxing performances and recordings. It's all done in the throat--there's nothing done in the mouth. Practice the throat pulse and improve your beatboxing skills!
In this how to video you will learn some basic singing exercises that will improve your vibrato and flexibility.
This video shows you how to whistle very loud by putting your fingers and your tongue in the right place.
In this series of expert videos, learn more about voice training exercises used for the female voice. Posture and breathing are two very important aspects of these exercises. You will learn how to perfect your singing posture and be aware of your breathing after watching these videos. Our voice coach reveals tips for tuning, singing sharp, singing flat, and singing warm up ascension and scales. Get expert advice on forming a soft palette and performing the basic Solfege method. Get tips on ch...
Unlike most Western music that is based upon the singing of words, Hindustani vocal music is based upon the practice of singing notes. These notes make up Ragas, which are the basis for Hindustani music. These videos will show you some of the more popular Ragas that are often sung in Hindustani vocal music, as well as teach you some of the different techniques that performers use to spice up these Ragas.
In this video, we learn how to scream sing properly through your stomach. A great method to do this is to fill your stomach with air and practice making a deep throat sound while you are breathing out. Make sure you are in the right mindset, then open up your throat and make a deep sound on it. You want to use the power of your voice and work hard at making the scream as deep or as high as you want it. It's hard to do this, so don't expect to do this over just one day. It takes several months...
MY god, this kid has got range! Watch as he imitates a crap load of different vehicle sounds. (The good stuff starts about 23 seconds in). My personal favorite would have to be his dirt bike impression, around 1:57.
Aspiring singers can learn how to sing high notes with vocal coach Robert Burnley. When you attain an extended range, your vocal chords will stay in place and then your chords will thin, shorten, or dampen allowing you to reach higher notes. This is what occurs physically when you are reaching higher notes. The key is to have the mentality that you are allowing your vocal chords to get thinner or shorter to reach those higher notes. Part of the struggle is not having the right mindset that yo...