How To Sing Better: Develop Rhythm and Timing

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– vocal coach Per Bristow addresses how to develop rhythm and timing for singers, and why it is that all members of the online singing training program The Singing Zone get a rhythm training course for free. In this video you’ll see the important steps in order to learn how to sing with a greater sense of rhythm, to be able to feel the beat and the groove better, and to improve your timing. Developing your sense of rhythm is crucial in order to sing better with greater freedom, and with greater ability to improvise and embellish melodies.

13 thoughts on “How To Sing Better: Develop Rhythm and Timing

  1. constancepoitier says:

    Great comments concerning spatial temporal reasoning. I enjoyed the video
    on rhythm. It reminds everyone of the basic pulse that most people forget
    about. Thank you.

  2. Peter Warburton says:

    Excellent, Thank you Per!!! Peter Warburton

  3. Megan Costello says:

    THIS! I have this same exact problem. I am trying to figure it out. I don’t
    want to have to count it, I want to feel it. Some times I rush the music,
    or I am behind. It’s so frustrating.

  4. Ins0mniacGamer says:

    cant concentrate on rhythms simultaneous xd

  5. Rere Sutherland says:

    that was cool, explained simply and very informative – thank you both

  6. Judi Martin says:

    Rhythm games, musical or tapping out the beat/rhythm on an instrument or
    even a table adding length and more variety to the rhythm for the next
    person to copy, i.e., each person add an addition to the rhythm/beat. The
    winner: the person who remembers and copies the longest rhythm. This seems
    to be good practice for remembering and imitating beat/rhythm. –An idea!

  7. pat stowe says:

    God i love his voice, so calming, and i am a 99.9% straight male.

  8. Charlene Marie says:

    I would love to attend this class where is it located

  9. Charles Dongon says:

    He talks like Daniels Day Lewis.

  10. zombiedude347 says:

    I feel a lot of modern “pop” singers need to watch this and actually learn
    a since of rhythm. I can especially here it when instruments are playing,
    because their rhythm is oftenly noncorresponding to the instrument’s
    rhythms, which are all together.

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