Free Singing Lesson – Tongue Tension, How to sing Firework by Katy Perry

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Tongue tension is responsible for much of the unnecessary effort, when it comes to singing. Sophie shows how to alleviate this issue, and use a relaxed sound for Katy Perry’s “Firework.”

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43 thoughts on “Free Singing Lesson – Tongue Tension, How to sing Firework by Katy Perry

  1. hey mam,,,please tell me how to use breath with singing..i mean how much
    aisr i should use with voice while singing…is it harmful or
    bad??,.,,,becuase i think it make voice a little whispering and
    sweet….tell me whats the truth …

  2. Hi Raghuveer, I recently posted a new video on breath control. You can find
    it on my channel, and be sure to subscribe for future updates! Thanks for
    watching.

  3. Knurdle–its like the “Kermit the frog” affect, where your tongue presses
    against the back of your throat. 🙂

  4. Hey Karmen, yeah that was a choice. I think every artist should make their
    work unique, so I try to encourage that in my videos. Thanks for watching.

  5. This is a great video Sophie. It is very educational! I hear a lot of
    professional artists do this Knurdle effect! Maybe I could get some advice
    about my voice? My voice is kind of small and weak. I’ve had professional
    training but I still can’t get a good-sounding/strong voice. It’s weird
    because it sounds okay to me when I’m singing, but then if I record myself
    and hear the playback, I get terribly discouraged because I think it sounds
    horrific. HELP!

  6. I thought that when the tongue lay down on the mouth, the tongue root
    pressed against the larynx and produced the “kermit sound”..so.it is the
    opposite?

  7. Hey AJ, thanks for watching. I understand how that can be discouraging. Try
    to keep in mind that if an exercise isn’t working, ditch the exercise and
    find one that does. Make sure you find what works for YOU. My Vocal Primer
    is an excellent tool for vocalizing on your own, with many different
    exercises so you can find the ones that work for you. You can purchase this
    from the website in this video’s description. Keep singing!

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  9. what if my voice is as whitney houston that has this …strange thing
    …..as you was singing with tongue tension… I don’t know how to explain
    but it is done without the use of my tongue I just mix my chest voice…and
    i like to show you my voice

  10. Just watched your video and I’ts so amazing. Singing is my passion’ and i
    guess i need more workout and training. and i found you’ ‘ thanks :))

  11. Kimbra only looks down to do a loop. Her and Christina Aguilera both have
    the fat tongue forward, and they both have a slight tendency to look upward
    for belting a high note. Christina looks down quite a bit live for high
    notes. They do both have some quirks which are more a result of the styles
    they sing in than a mistake in technique.

    The exercises are helpful.

  12. You are GENIUS! Thank you thank you thank you for sharing your wonderful
    technique with the world! You are so so so talented!

  13. How can I balance tongue tension but also neutralise my larynx and have
    that kind of “dopey” sound when I’m belting in my mix to have a more mature
    sound? I have allot of trouble between sounding too nasal or too much like
    Kermit!!! 

  14. Yesturday I did Kareoke at a party and I sang Firework and my sister’s
    friend said “You need singing lessons… no offence.” 😳

  15. “It’s a German word”? Not unless I’ve been germaning wrong all my life.

    But I forgive you for showing me how to impersonate Kermit.

  16. Now, I’m not hitting sharps anymore, and my co-members say that the standard of my tone sounds fuller and way more skilled than before.

  17. I teach the EXACT same techniques that Ron learned in the Sing Like A Pro vocal ebook program, which is a collection of all the most effective techniques I’ve learned throughout my 20+ year vocal education.

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