1. Vocal Warmups Part 3

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    from Earl Harville Added 1 0 0

    Voice teacher Earl Harville explains and demonstrates the use of dopey and whiny low larynx exercises for stability. SINGERS-ACTORS-SPEAKERS Are looking to rid your voice of the dreaded 'BREAK'? Do want more range? Seeking more power without fatigue? Need more flexibility? Then come to learn solid 'mix' technique at Earl Harville VOX Studio. Call (562) 387-8025 (voicemail) or email earl@earlharvillevox.com to set up a FREE 15 minute consultation. *Mentor Teacher, International Voice Teachers of MIX *Emphasis on contemporary styles- pop, R&B, gospel, contemporary Christian, rock, country, musical theatre *Proven results for professionals and amateurs *Active singer/songwriter/performer *Success in rehabilitating injured voices *Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance- Columbia College Chicago *Master of Music Education- VanderCook College of Music earlharvillevox.com

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    • Fricative Vocal Warmup Exercises

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      Vocal coach Earl Harville explains and demonstrates fricative sounds in exercises to warm up and cool down the voice. SINGERS-ACTORS-SPEAKERS Are looking to rid your voice of the dreaded 'BREAK'? Do want more range? Seeking more power without fatigue? Need more flexibility? Then come to learn solid 'mix' technique at Earl Harville VOX Studio. Call (562) 387-8025 (voicemail) or email earl@earlharvillevox.com to set up a FREE 15 minute consultation. *Mentor Teacher, International Voice Teachers of MIX *Emphasis on contemporary styles- pop, R&B, gospel, contemporary Christian, rock, country, musical theatre *Proven results for professionals and amateurs *Active singer/songwriter/performer *Success in rehabilitating injured voices *Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance- Columbia College Chicago *Master of Music Education- VanderCook College of Music www.earlharvillevox.com

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      • Lip Trills Revisited

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        A tutorial on the correct way to execute this staple vocal exercise. SINGERS-ACTORS-SPEAKERS Are looking to rid your voice of the dreaded 'BREAK'? Do want more range? Seeking more power without fatigue? Need more flexibility? Then come to learn solid 'mix' technique at Earl Harville VOX Studio. Call (562) 387-8025 (voicemail) or email earl@earlharvillevox.com to set up a FREE 15 minute consultation. *Mentor Teacher, International Voice Teachers of MIX *Emphasis on contemporary styles- pop, R&B, gospel, contemporary Christian, rock, country, musical theatre *Proven results for professionals and amateurs *Active singer/songwriter/performer *Success in rehabilitating injured voices *Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance- Columbia College Chicago *Master of Music Education- VanderCook College of Music earlharvillevox.com

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        • The 'NG' Exercise

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          from Earl Harville Added 59 0 0

          Here is a very useful and efficient sound to warmup and coordinate the voice. I use it a lot with my clients as well as in my own daily exercise regimen. SINGERS-ACTORS-SPEAKERS Are looking to rid your voice of the dreaded 'BREAK'? Do want more range? Seeking more power without fatigue? Need more flexibility? Then come to learn solid 'mix' technique at Earl Harville VOX Studio. Call (562) 387-8025 (voicemail) or email earl@earlharvillevox.com to set up a FREE 15 minute consultation. *Mentor Teacher, International Voice Teachers of MIX *Emphasis on contemporary styles- pop, R&B, gospel, contemporary Christian, rock, country, musical theatre *Proven results for professionals and amateurs *Active singer/songwriter/performer *Success in rehabilitating injured voices *Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance- Columbia College Chicago *Master of Music Education- VanderCook College of Music www.earlharvillevox.com

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          • Robert Lunte - "Nocturne" - Written & Produced by Robert Lunte (Tracking)

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            Robert Lunte tracking "Nocturne" at Synergy Productions during pre-production of a new EP. "Nocturne" was written and produced by Robert Lunte & Engineered by Jason Shavey. SING LIKE YOU, NOT LIKE SOMEONE ELSE. DEMO THE FOUR PILLARS OF SINGING ONLINE SYSTEM HERE: ONLINE SYSTEM HERE: http://ondemand.thevocaliststudio.com

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            • Nashville Vocal Trainers

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              Kim Franca is the best professional voice trainers based in Franklin. voice trainers in Franklin Tn execute the sessions to help students learn correct pitching and lyrics. For more detail visit us@ http://www.kimfranca.com/

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              • Sound Movement with Jonathan Monks -Intro 1

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                from Lotus Lectures Added 175 1 0

                Welcome to a workshop in singing, sound, movement and how to express your true voice in song. With Jonathan Monks, Professional Musician and SInger (previously on West End/today a lecturer at the ICMP and composer/singer/teacher at YogaMonks Ltd). Our workshops are in Sweden. Contact us for further details. Currently at www.mithila.co (temporary site, site in development)

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                • Empower Your Voice - Free Vocal Consultation

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                  from Stephanie Bonte-Lebair Added 26 0 0

                  Learn how to use your voice to improve your communication, speaking, and sales skills. www.empoweryourvoice.com Stephanie Bonte-Lebair - expert vocal coach, singer, speaker

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                  • TVS Training Work Flows Introduction

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                    A “work flow” is defined to be, “the sequential steps for any process”. Training work flows could be one of the most efficient methods to help students of singing learn more accurately in a shorter period of time. I came to believe that one way to radically accelerate progress of voice training students and simply helping people to better understand the elemental components that make a great singing voice, would be to put all the technical components required for singing, both physiological and acoustic, into neat, orderly, sequential work flows, and then coach students on how to practice these work flows. The Benefits of Training Work Flows: Training work flows organize the key technical components found in singing and put them in a “step 1, step 2, step 3, …” approach to learning which focuses the singer on the issues that need to be understood and practiced, and what issues that do not. It makes the abstract nature of singing technique training, easier to understand. Training work flows build accurate coordination for the body to configure the voice for singing, especially for movements that are going to be repeated. In doing so, it offers the most efficient results in the shortest amount of time and therefore, it reduces the student’s risk from training mistakes. Training work flows tend to “bundle” or group relevant elements together. This helps make the methodology more cohesive.

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                    • BELT & CHEST VOICE TRAINING - BEGINNERS BEWARE!!

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                      from Robert J. Lunte Added 26 0 0

                      http://tinyurl.com/StopThePushingTechniques. Click to read anonymous letters regarding other students that are getting hurt with these pushing techniques. A critical lesson to learn from this is that both "bottom-up" and "top-down" training techniques are important for singers to train. Students need to train the body to be able to engage the intrinsic musculature of the voice with many different levels of musculature to enable their voices to have many different sound colors to use as artists. Although there are other training programs that would focus on one or the other, at TVS, we insist that you understand and train to do both so that you can have more stylistic options and colors to use as a vocal artist. More importantly, for beginners who have yet to build a foundation that includes rehabilitating the voice from the fatigue of bad speaking habits, learning how to produce a well balanced and tuned onset, learning how to maintain a consistent embouchure, building strength to adduct the vocal folds properly (compression), learning a little bit about how to use singing vowels to help you bridge and finally, simply learning how to bridge smoothy all together, without this foundation in place, "early" or "bottom-up" training techniques are likely going to just increase your problems. Click here to learn more: http://tinyurl.com/TVS-TheFourPillarsofSinging-DD

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