How to Sing Bass Singing Tips and Techniques with Military Chorus Member KC Armstrong

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This video features KC Armstrong of Promisedland Quartet and Military Chorus.

8 thoughts on “How to Sing Bass Singing Tips and Techniques with Military Chorus Member KC Armstrong

  1. Malandirix says:

    When I try to get some volume at the lower end of my range I begin to sound
    quite “airy”. Any tips?

  2. Jon Palomo says:

    these videos really helped me be a better singer. thanks for sharing!

  3. Barry Bryan says:

    In my opinion, He’s by far given the best tutorial yet-Awesome balance;
    Great personal illustrations and heart! I studied voice in high school and
    college! And I sang in honors chorus in high school as a pure baritone- but
    He just gave some good tips that the average “Joe bass” out there can
    understand! In my opinion, southern gospel bass singers need to be exposed
    to many genres of music. Great post! Bjb

  4. Jest Marc Romanillos says:

    Thank you for this video! I can apply what KC said for the first concert
    that I will be performing with our choir for our church’s construction! 😀
    This is a perfect timing! <3 I hope next time there will be a video about
    how to sing in the higher notes for basses! 😀 Thank you again and God
    bless!

  5. I had thyroid cancer and also had a four level fusion from c3-c7. I got the
    plate out a few months ago as it was in the way of neck muscles. But yeah I
    sing some BASS. If you are singing in a room try to get in the middle of
    the room or where your bass notes have space to open up. Bass notes are
    wide and need a lot of room or else they wont work. I am talking 25 feet on
    both sides of you and 50 feet in front.

  6. Comic Wars says:

    After watching this and speaking to a professional bass singer recently, I
    feel like I can move from Bass 1 to Bass 2. In the process of proper
    breathing techniques at the moment.

  7. I am Washington says:

    WOW thank you this is what my teacher is saying for me today in my vocal
    class.

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