How To: Practice vocal riffs, runs & control

Practice vocal riffs, runs & control

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.

(1) Part 1 of 3 - How to Practice vocal riffs, runs & control, (2) Part 2 of 3 - How to Practice vocal riffs, runs & control, (3) Part 3 of 3 - How to Practice vocal riffs, runs & control

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this guy is smooth

Clearer tone = glottal onset...

Thank you thank you.less is more .Im am sick to death of over singing idiots like on american idol

I like the explanations and reasoning behind his teachings. I love to sing, but I'm afraid that I'm around a 5 out of 1-10 scale. I just wish I had the money for a singing coach. That's what I would like for Christmas. My notes are kind of a hit and miss for songs. My favorite bands to sing to, that I think have helped me a lot are Cartel and Panic At The Disco. I've always wanted to flex my vocals like that. I can sometimes, but not for an entire song.

Just wondering if it's normal to take a couple months or more to learn runs. Some days I feel like I almost got it, am even doing it gently, but other times, it might be the next minute or the next day, if I don't focus on playing with my vocal chords or breathe right or tighten up, i'm back to square one.

I'm not able to practice everyday, but my main question is, if it's normal to get it and then forget it.

Very insightful. Thank you. @ Sally sounds like me with math. My advice is not to think too much about it and trust your voice to tell the story not the technical part of the run...unless it's for a specific reason that it has to be exactly right.

Can a non singer develop these riffs like the pros over 12 months?

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