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Private Singing Lessons in Miami

Private Singing Lessons in Miami

What’s up everybody we are discussing private singing lessons in Miami. I’m going to be answering a question that is about some of the terms that I use to describe certain parts of the voice and how to perform it and they can be very confusing because people use different terms for different things or use a term to define something completely different from one another boy’s coach might use, but hopefully I will be able to enlighten you, Christopher and others of you watching this video today on what some of that terminology is.

The first thing we’re going to talk about in private singing lessons in Miami is our vocal registers. What is the vocal register? The best way to describe a vocal register is it’s a lot like shifting gears in a car, especially if you have a manual shift. So you have first gear and then second year and then third year, fourth and fifth for those of you who ride bicycles, uh, who have gear shifts on that. It’s very much like that as well. So with that, you can easily understand what a vocal register is and how to transfer between and blend the registers. And that’s what I mean when I say a mixed voice or a head voice. This is a type of vocal register, has a major correlation with pitch, however you can sing the same pitch and a different register depending on where it is in the spectrum of pitch. Here’s the very first one is fry.

The second one is chest voice. The third one is head voice though one after that, his falsetto and then stuck in the middle here between chest voice and head voice is mixed voice. With private singing lessons in Miami, there’s a lot of debate as to what mixed voice is. Some people like to categorize that as a highly compressed, which means using the muscles in a certain way to compress the head voice. Um, other people like to say that it is a category on its own. It’s essentially like Roy g, Bev. Some people taking private singing lessons in Miami say that indigo doesn’t exist. Some people say that it does. So it’s one of those debates. But with that said, I like to use that term to describe a highly compressed head voice because it does involve some mechanics of the chest voice as well as the head voice blending together. And we’ll get more into that later on in this video, but enough with the theory, let’s go ahead and give you some examples of what these registers are. So like I said before, it does correlate very much with pitch. And then I’ll give an example of how you can sing the same pitch and different registers as well. You will usually hear vocal fry in a very, very low pitch. You will hear Tibetan monks usually practice this type of vocal fry. You will also hear this in very low eastern European spiritual music. It’s very, very,

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It’s usually coupled with a very extended vertical vow. You’ll also hear this in a trailer narration. So the guys that narrate trailers for movies will be looking at a world where that is a perfect example of low vocal fry. You don’t want to catch yourself going into vocal fry when you’re up in your mid register during private singing lessons in Miami. It’s just not healthy for your voice. You have a ton of stuff rattling in here with highly adopted vocal folds, which means your vocal folds are closing at a higher vibration. Lad in your time day like this where you know, Bill Clinton lives moving onto the second category, chest voice. This is where most people speak from. This is where I’m speaking from right now. This is where most singers sing from as well. So there’s a wide spectrum of pitch that comes along with chest voice for a train professionals and uh, it can be expanded over time for those who train. Uh, but just to give you an example of how low and how high I can go in my chest voice, I’m going to slide down and then slide up and then do a scale as well with private singing lessons in Miami.

So that was all in my just voice for the most part, except for that one little part where I did go into my fried for a second. So, but here is the scale, uh, in my chest voice for.

Da. That was all in my chest voice. And then if I wanted to go any lower in my pitch, I probably would have gone into my vocal fry. So you see, that’s where I shifted gears right around d two, I want to say. So that gives you an idea of the first shift and the registers there. So that was an example of chest voice and also a shift in the vocal fry. Now let’s move onto head voice. Whenever I work with kids, I always tell them that it’s their mickey mouse voice or their cartoons boy.

That’s. That being said, we’re going to save mix voice for the end just because it’s a little bit more difficult to understand. But let’s move onto falsetto. Now. Falsetto is usually very high in pitch with private singing lessons in Miami. So here’s an example of falsetto now falsetto literally an Italian to English. The translation from Italian to English is false voice falsetto. It’s even in the term in Italian, but here’s a really good little test that you can do and do this at your own risk. Make sure that you are singing very high and that you’ve had training before you do this test. By the way, that will let you know whether or not you are in the right position for falsettos. I’m going to exhale and then inhale on the same pitch

and that lets me know that that f five is in the right position for my falsetto voice. Now, you’ll usually hear this type of singing with opera in private singing lessons in Miami. Very, very high sopranos. We’ll use this, this is, this is a perfect example, Brian Carey, she goes up there and her whistle registered whistle register as a certain type of falsetto. She just, she uses that really, really, really high falsetto. Sometimes you might hear a falsetto being used by a male singer in RMB, five, six, seven active ranges because they can go up into this high full settle whistle register and then sometimes you’ll hear people even inhale to get our super high pitch as well, which is a considered a whistle registered. That’s a bonus to the falsetto right there, but still it’s a false voice, so that gives you a little bit of an understanding there.


Now let’s talk about mixed voice. What I just did there was a distorted mixed voice and then a clean mix voice. That distorted mixed voice you will hear in pretty much all the eighties hair metal that you could possibly imagine. Bruce Dickinson from iron maiden, Chris Cornell from sound garden. Um, there’s a lot of guys that have implemented that distorted mixed tone and then that clean mixed tone with private singing lessons in Miami. You will find that in a lot of Broadway, a lot of tenors singers will use that highly compressed head voice, which is also considered a mixed tone, so the whole goal of a singer is to be able to blend all these registers together up and down, and if you’re looking for somebody who knows how to do this masterfully, look up. Glenn Hughes was the basis in deep purple. He was also a vocalist for that band use also now currently in a band called California breed. This guy is in his sixties and he has an insane range, so he goes all the way and you find this video. I’m going to try to find that video in Lincoln and the description of it because it’s amazing to watch them go from his vocal fry all the way up into his falsetto. It’s insane and so hopefully that gives you a little bit more clarity as to what the vocal registers are and how it correlates to the spectrum of pitch. With private singing lessons in Miami, we are going up and down to end. This section, I’m going to give you an example of going all the way from my vocal fry all the way up into my falsetto and try to blend the registers together here.

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So that gives an example of a scale going from my fry all the way up to my falsetto. Oh, the other thing that I’m going to do is show you how you could sing the same pitch in different registers. And like I said before in this video now, it usually correlates with higher pitches rather than lower pitches. I’m going to sing a c, five in chest voice, head voice, falsetto and mixed voice. So here we go with a clean tone private singing lessons in Miami.


So that gives you an idea of how you can sing the same pitch in a different register. Just like you can ride a bicycle in different gears at the same speed. So rather than going down into my lower chest voice and mixing that with my fried, uh, I’d like to skip that just because you know you’re probably very rarely going to encounter that. You’re going to be blending registers way more often in your, in the higher spectrum of your singing. So hopefully that gives you a little bit more clarity on that. Now, the next thing I’d like to talk about is homogenizing the vowel and literally it’s saying the same vowel as you go higher in pitch. So we’re going to cover that in the next section here.

Okay. Let’s see if I can describe this in the next three minutes before my next lesson. Homogenized bouts. You probably never heard this term before because it is a term that I coined a personally. I said, what do I mean by homogenized in private singing lessons in Miami? Exactly? Well, homogenization is a term that’s usually used in science or chemistry when it comes to making a mixture of a whole bunch of different things. And you look at the mixture and the final mixture, it looks very much the same. It’s again, result is a goopy St Louis for lack of a better term, so the best example that I can give you is a song by sound garden called far beyond the wheel where Chris Cornell goes way up and it was mixed register and start singing so that right there is a perfect example of how the vowels modulator, so as you go up in pitch, you usually will find that the vowel starts to look the same and that you move the jaw less in order to preserve the energy of the valve because if you over pronounced

Its head starts happening because the jaw, the tongue, they all get in the way of your voice and they interact negatively with the soft palate, so homogenizing the valance, slowing down the movement, chewing on the phrase allows for that sound to come through. Something that I depend upon immensely with private singing lessons in Miami. Whenever I’m seeing with the small town titans, you’ll find that my face goes up and all my bowel start looking the same. Now say that he’s far beyond far beyond the wheel. Two octaves down are Ba da and way out. You see how goofy and ridiculous it sounds, but as you go higher, generally speaking, you’re able to homogenize the battle and get away with that, so I hope that this clarifies the terms that I was using in that previous video. Christopher, I will also link to the video of Glen Hughes and his range going up and down and that if you have any other questions, everybody go ahead and ask them in the comments below in this video.

Well, that was long and drawn out, wasn’t it, but I feel it was necessary to cover all of those topics for Christopher. Thank you so much. By the way, for your question, I hope that this clarified a few things and that you’re leaving with more knowledge in the hand. For those of you watching this video, if you found it useful, please share it with somebody that you feel will appreciate this information make sure to contact me at private singing lessons in Miami. Make sure you hit that notification bell so that way you always know when I’m going to be posting next. So given that everybody, thank you so much again for watching. Always remember, practice makes progress and with that you can go and find your voice, take care. Until next time.