How to do a loud fingerless whistle
Beat Rhyming is an advanced version of Beatboxing mixing in melody and drums with some sound effects. If you're curious how to create some of the unique snare hits, bass drum hits and how to drop your rhyme while still keeping a simple beat going on underneath check out this great video tutorial!
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.
How To Sing Without Lifting Your Larynx
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.
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...
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.
How to produce strange noises using your mouth and throat. Guttural Noises
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.
How to loudly whistle with one hand
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.
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.
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/.
Freestyle rapping is one of the most impressive feats of verbal acuity that a person can perform. If you want to get into the rap game or just like rapping with friends or to pass the time (it's great for waiting for things) watch this video for tips on how to flow better and never get caught without a rhyme.
This video will show viewers how to scream through several tips and practice exercises which will train your voice. First, practice by doing lots of exercises which involve inhaling hard while making sounds through your throat. Next, do low screams by flexing your stomach very hard and focus on pushing out the air from your stomach rather than from your throat in order to do this properly. Try to add accents into your screaming. Next, practice how to scream high, once again focusing on pushin...
In this how to video you will learn how to beatbox "Wind" by Kenny Muhammed. This tutorial is great for those wanting to learn the basics of beatboxing.
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 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 ...
Watch this video to learn how to alter your pitch and tone while singing!
First of all you have to wash your hands thoroughly so that they are nice and clean. Now take your middle finger and your index finger of your both hands. Now open your mouth and roll your tongue upwards. Place these fingers on your rolled tongue inside your mouth. Now blow very hard. If you can whistle then you have done it. Otherwise the tutor suggests that you must practice a lot to learn this. You only have to keep following the steps mentioned. It needs a lot of dedication. You will not ...
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...
Check out this in-depth beatboxing tutorial video that demonstrates how to deepen the bass sound (the kick) when beatboxing. Once you master the three basic sounds of beatboxing, dive deeper by learning more about the kick. Make the bass sound deeper and more pronounced by following the tips and techniques outlined in this beatboxing tutorial video. Practice and improve your beatboxing skills!
Have your pipes gotten a little rusty? For singers, your body is your instrument, so always warm up before practicing or performing—simple scales and arpeggios sung to different vowels and other sounds are good for gradually extending your range as your muscles warm up.
In this how to video, Kathie Hill, children's choir director for over 30 years, gives helpful tips to choir directors in how to get children to open their mouth and sing. This tutorial teaches singing techniques to help one single child or a whole choir of children. Watch this tutorial and you will be able to teach kids to sing in no time.
Learn how to do the beatbox technique called the vocal tap.
Here are some new yodels and tips and tricks.
This video is a demonstration of a lip trill warm up technique for vocalists. A great way to relax and warm up your vocal chords. Plenty of helpful tip are included in this instructive video.
Take your beatboxing to the next level. Check out this video to learn how to make the sounds the pros make. This video will explain the technique for making Kenny Muhammad's snare sound. Watch the video and then get to work beatboxing.
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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.
How often do you find yourself in need of a beat but without a stereo? Don't get stuck without a beat, learn how to beatbox. Check out this video to learn how to make a "wobble wob wob" sound just like famous beatboxer Reeps One.
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.
A great singing voice is one of the greatest natural gifts a person can have. Voices change though, and if you want to keep your golden pipes shiny your have to take care of your vocal chords. Watch this video to find out how.
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.
Vocal breaks are a serious problem for singers just starting out. For those of you new to singing, Kevin Richards offers some advice on how to avoid vocal breaks.
There's a lot of heated debate about the difference between head voice and falsetto, and Kevin Richards is here to clear things up for you. In the fist video, he quickly talks about the difference between the two, along with a few examples. In the second video, he expands upon his explanation and serves up even more examples of falsetto versus head voice. If you're just beginning singing, then you definitely need to know that they're not the same.
One of the main problems that haunts beginning singers are voice register breaks. Why does you voice break? And how do you prevent it? Well, in this singing lesson, Kevin Richards shares his knowledge on the reasons behind voice resister breaks and serves up some possible solutions for you.
Kevin Richards gives a you a great lesson on warming up your singing voice. What should you do to warm up your voice? How often? How long? Well, it all depends on the type of person and how much you have spoken throughout the day. These tips for warming up (and warming down) your voice are definitely helpful, like warming up from the top of the scale, down.
In this video, Erik Dillard teaches us how to sing. Remember that breathing is everything. A lot of people having amazing voices, but they can't tap into their full voice because they aren't breathing properly. Make sure you use your diaphragm and never breathe through your chest. If you're sitting down, make sure your posture is upright and if you're standing up, don't lock your knees up. Remember to relax and breathe. Take care of your voice and have a good time with learning how to sing. S...
In this tutorial, we learn how to breathe when singing. The breath for singing is different than normal in that you only breathe using your midsection. You don't want to breathe with your chest, this is the least effective breathing method for singing. The rib muscles will help you sing better, make sure your chest is up high first. When you inhale, move your stomach muscles and ribs out so they can fill up with air. Watch yourself in the mirror so you can see where the movement in your body ...