Best Singing Lessons By Yuji Suzuki at Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy

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Yuji Suzuki gives Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy a demonstration.of his abilities in 6 months of doing the KTVA program.
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42 thoughts on “Best Singing Lessons By Yuji Suzuki at Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy

  1. God! I thought you were a high tenor. That’s amazing! My comfort range is
    G2 – G4, sometime I could hit an A4 but my voice gets tired. My music
    professors have told that an A4 is high enough for a baritone, but I’d be
    happy if I could at least hit a C5.

  2. That was amazing Ken! Question: Is this LAH used as a precursor to any
    song? Can it be used for song application? One of the biggest bugbears I
    have about SLS is that they give so many NAYS and MOMs exercises but many
    of them do not teach how to apply it to actual singing.

  3. BINGO! You just hit the nail on the head when you said: “SLS is that they
    give so many NAYS and MOMs exercises but…do not teach how to apply it to
    actual singing.” What good is it then? It’s about time people stop just
    “believing” in SLS and ask questions like this. Also ask questions about
    power in the mid voice and shifting into head too early which is destroying
    the mid voice. This MUST be reconciled.

  4. Precisely Ken. I was in a false sense of security thinking that since I
    could use head voice to reach the notes, I had already attained those high
    Cs, which most teachers told me I could not hit since I am not a tenor.
    Other teachers affirm I am a tenor, Confusing ain’t it? SLS Mixed voice
    terminology can be misleading as it creates a false dichotomy that the
    voice is split into three distinct aspects when actually it is one organic
    whole.

  5. As much as I found yet helping, I find these very much entertaining also.
    By far, really, you seem to be the most excellent teacher on the whole
    world of YouTube. No kidding! I would so much like to be your student but I
    live in cold and frosty Finland. Haha. Well, anyway, peace! Just love your
    videos! 🙂

  6. guy really liked his videos is a great teacher congratulated turned his fan
    congratulations, I’m Brazilian and I want to know if know any Brazilian
    singer and what you like most

  7. High Ken, I’m a guitar player foremost but been doing (been forced to) lead
    singing through out my music career. My singing technique is almost zero
    and I find myself totally worn out after each live gig. Doing mostly only
    hard-rock classics. On a good day I probably reach high C but with a lot of
    strain. I’m at you’re age and I really want to know if it’s “too late” for
    me trying to improve my range? There are several former great singers out
    there that’s more or less lost it while getting old.

  8. Hi Perco, If you still have decent cord closure it’s far from too late in
    fact if you don’t do “proper exercise” the voice continues to atropohy. (I
    cover this in my course at KenTamplinVocalAcademy(dot)com ) There is a
    correct way to strengthen your voice and add range. The voice is a muscle
    and like any muscle in your body with grow as such with proper training.
    Maybe not as robust as in your 20’s, but grow it will 🙂

  9. STOP AND CONSIDER THIS: Most all singing programs out there show NO
    SINGING. NONE. Only “talk” with “testimonials” making crazy claims about
    their product. Yet NO ONE IS PROVING IT WITH ANY ACTUAL SINGING (and I mean
    songs, not a scale or a note – but truly singing great). The coaches aren’t
    singing, the students aren’t singing. Don’t you think that is strange?
    Something worth thinking about on you singing quest. Ken Tamplin Vocal
    Academy – Where The PROOF Is In The Singing!

  10. It’s for anyone wanting to sing great. Look at my channel, there is a ton
    of me teaching my students things that are pop/R&B etc.

  11. To all my singer friends. You are invited to join my Ken Tamplin Vocal
    Academy singers forums where I have almost 3,000 active vocalists
    exchanging great information, getting quality feedback from demo critiques,
    amazing vocal tips and more to help you grow your voice! You can sign up
    here: kentamplinvocalacademy(dot)com/forum/ (exchange the (dot) for a .
    (period) KTVA – Where The PROOF Is In The Singing

  12. omg i wish i was being taught by you. this is exactly what i was looking
    for. some powerful high notes. my SLS teacher made me sound like a little
    bitch after an F for 3 months and it was just wasted money and time i could
    have spent on a real teacher ughhhhh

  13. I not only have that, I am working on something REALLY cool with several of
    my amazing students (both male and female). Stay tuned

  14. Wow thats great!thanks ken!u know im proud to be one of your students,only
    the skype thing is not included on the lesson i bought but its fine
    …forum is a big help like bob i ask him often..it is too hard but i want
    to learn;-)

  15. KTVA Student Yuji Suzuki demonstrates a singing lesson with Ken Tamplin.
    Ken Tamplin has a home study singing course called How To Sing Better Than
    Anyone Else that you should look into at
    Ken also has a great singers forum at
    KTVA has singing lessons
    available in many languages, including Japanese, Korean, Spanish, English,
    German, Italian, Mandarin, Russian, Portugese, and French Canadian. Join
    with singers all over the world learning to sing with strength and power!

  16. After writing to Ken Tamplin, talking to a KTVA student whose comment I
    read below a video and watching this video, I now understand how this open
    aaa exercise works. I’m classically trained, not advancely but I do have
    many classic concepts incorporated and have adapted the concepts to rock +
    some good tips I picked on the web with a pretty good result but nothing
    like what master Tamplin teaches, so it was hard for me at first to
    understand the point of an exercise like this. Clarified my doubt. Master
    Tamplin rocks. Now all the other videos and this one make sense to me.
    Congratulations to Yuji on his improvement.

  17. I’m no vocalist, but does Yuji really have to open his mouth that wide, as
    if it’s getting any better from that? Seems kinda stiff.

  18. Did he use the “sing better than anyone else” course? Also I feel I’m able
    to sing because I am in key but I haven’t got much range or power is it
    possible to send you a recording of me singing to see if I am able to be a
    better singer? I’ll happily pay for you to listen.

  19. Ken it looks like you utilize a lifted and forward tongue a lot. I don’t
    see your students doing the same. What’s up with tongue placement.

  20. You may even be taught The Proper Approach To Belting, Learning Proper Breath Support, Great Singing Exercises, and Introduction To Connecting Chest With Head Voice and far more!

  21. I think that national divide has caused me to keep my voices separate, but keep hold of them both because they mean too much to me in terms of my identity.

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