ASMR – Voice Teacher (Learn How to Sing – Belting Lesson) – Personal Attention w/ Gentle Whispering

Discover all about ASMR – Voice Teacher (Learn How to Sing – Belting Lesson) – Personal Attention w/ Gentle Whispering by reading the article below, and if you want to know more about learning how to sing then follow this link by clicking here ASMR – Voice Teacher (Learn How to Sing – Belting Lesson) – Personal Attention w/ Gentle Whispering.



Have you ever wanted to learn how to sing? I run you through a few vocal scales today using ASMR whispering techniques. Let me know if you want to see more!

8 thoughts on “ASMR – Voice Teacher (Learn How to Sing – Belting Lesson) – Personal Attention w/ Gentle Whispering

  1. Nailah Rose says:

    Lmfao wtf I just came across an asmr video a few days ago now this I’m dying

  2. TonyQuackston says:

    Why do you have to be so facking finny? You know I’m gonna pre one day if you don’t stop it??!

  3. Percie Jackson says:

    I see what you did there 😀

  4. darkskyes says:

    the only asmrtist I will watch from now on

  5. Don Carlson says:

    VOCAL EPIPHANY!!!

    I know how to sing from C#2 to C#5 (and higher) now with ease! It’s not what you would think…The power is in your chest voice, regardless of what vocal type you are- but it has to be the strongest on your lowest notes or you won’t be able to lift some of that strength above your vocal breaks. That’s what has everyone confused so much- they think that if they’re a tenor, they’re not supposed to warm up their bottom notes, or that to get loud, they need to carry their pure chest voice up. Not true! If you only warm up your head voice (M2), you will only have your head voice to work with, since it exists above your first break. If you only warm up your chest voice (M1), you will only have your chest voice to work with, since it exists below your first break. And since chest voice is the energy in the head voice that carries, it will be Neutral or Metal Like Neutral and not full voice if you do attempt to sing strongly up there in chest. To sing in a mix or belt with any power, you want to warm up all three parts: Your chest voice, (Overdrive), your head voice (Edge)) and your flageolet (MLN). Once you do that, Curbing will appear out of nowhere, because it’s a combination of all three depending on what note you’re singing in it. That’s why Curbing can go to C6! I thought I was a tenor until I actually did this and now I can project my lowest notes (C2, D2, E2). I AM a bass-baritone… A true one- and one of the most rare vocal types. I can sound like Peter Steele from Type O’ Negative!

    Also, whispering is REALLY BAD FOR YOUR VOICE. It’s as bad as shouting or screaming without any technique for many people.

    That said, it may not affect some singers at all- but why take that chance?

  6. Ryan King says:

    Nice, light and right, total release. 😂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *