This video tutorial is in the Music & Instruments category which will show you how to sing octave and unison. Unison singing is two or more people singing on the same note. The singing has to be in sync. It is important to make sure that the phrasing and the lines are together. Also the tones should be identical. One should not be too loud or overbearing. Octave singing is like unison singing except for the fact that one person will be above or below the other person in terms of tones and not...
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...
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...
Learn how to beatbox "Water" by Kevin Muhammed with this tutorial. This lesson is designed for the beginner to intermediate beatbox student.
In this video, we learn how to use your diaphragm to scream sing. This is what you would use if you were doing death metal vocals to scream in a song. You will need to use the voice from the back of your throat, but make sure you aren't using the wrong portion of your voice to breathe too hard, or you will lose your voice quickly. You want to deep breathe and use your diaphragm to pull the deep sound out of your throat. This will take practice to get used to, but it will help you sound deeper...
Check out this instructional beatboxing video that provides an in-depth explanation for two different lip oscillations & vibrations. These techniques really help improve your beatboxing skills. They are both done by applying a lot of pressure and vibrating your lips at high speeds. One is much quicker than the other, but the different in the oscillations make the sounds completely different. Practice your lip vibration techniques and beatbox like a pro!
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!
This how to video is a singing lesson to introduce resonance, which produces beautiful tone quality. You will learn how to do the silly spinning siren exercise which will help you improve your range and vocal technique. With the exercise in this video you can become a better singer.
In this how to video you can learn fundamental techniques for beatboxing, a humming bass kick and snare sound. This lesson is essential for the beginner beatboxer.
This video is a demonstration of a basic breathing warm up exercise for vocalists. This exercise is breathing out strongly with sealed lips. A great way to warm up your vocal chords and get your breath happening.
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 To Sing Without Lifting Your Larynx
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...
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...
Ian Castle tells us how to sing using a head voice in this video. The point where you cannot sing any higher is the point in which you need to use your head voice. This is a much thinner sound that feels lighter. To start an exercise to use your head voice, start with saying "aahhh" from a lower to a higher tone of voice. Do this several times using your entire mouth, not being scared to look silly. When you get to the point you can't reach your voice any higher, wait for a lower pitch and th...
Do you dream of being the next American Idol? Even the greatest singers can get lost with a bad audition. You sometimes only have one shot to prove your talent and singing alone in the shower and singing in front of judges is incredibly different.
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...
For the aspiring beat-boxer in all of us, Jaxster is here to help. In the first in a series of tutorials, these simple tips will help you learn the basics of:
Not sure how to properly warm up your voice before belting a tune? Learn the right way to warm up your voice so you can surprise friends without setting off the neighborhood dogs.
Any classically trained vocalist would advise you not to EVER scream during a song. That's because any kind of screaming harms your vocal chords and could lead to a raspy, damaged voice later on in life. However, as many rock and hard metal songs require wailing of some sort, this video will teach you how to scream should you need to.
Check out this instructional beatboxing video that shows you how to perform basic noises for beatboxing beginners. The three basic sounds are the kick (the staple mark for beatboxing, similar to a kick drum), the hi hat sound, and the click. Master these three basic noises and you'll be rocking the BeatBox in no time.
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!
This singing lesson is designed to develop the diaphragm muscle. The diaphragm controls breathing for singing & speech. Learn how to do the dog pant exercise so you can improve your singing.
Babies can learn to sing on pitch starting at age 3-5 months. This tutorial teaches you techniques so your baby can learn to sing. Start nurturing your child's musical ability with the tips from this how to video.
Learn how to improve your rapping skills for live rap performances with tips such as how to read the crowd and how to stay cool in this free video series.
This video tutorial shows you how to do the grit scream, or as it's popularly called the fry scream (by Melissa Cross). This scream is often used in heavy metal rock vocals. Follow the steps in this how to video and you will be able to do the Fry scream in no time.
This how to video will give you the basics on inward screaming (also known as pig squealing.) Improve your heavy metal vocals with this tutorial.
In this beatboxing tutorial you can learn three basic sound techniques. These sounds are essential for the beginning beatboxer.
In this how to video you will learn to beatbox "Stand by Me" by FaithSFX. This tutorial is great for intermediate beatboxers.
This tutorial video will show you how you can beatbox Faith SFX's song "Aint No sunshine." The Beatbox tabs are here:
This is just a video for working on the lows, mids, and highs for your heavy metal, thrash rock music. You'll be amazed.
Beatboxing made simple with this cool tutorial. Great if you are a beginner. Beatbox for beginners.
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.
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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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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.
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.
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.
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.