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Vocal Coach Ken Tamplin Coaches How To Sing Better / Like Jason Mraz – I Won’t Give Up.
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43 thoughts on “How To Sing Better / Like Like Jason Mraz – I Wont Give Up – KenTamplinVocalAcademy.com

  1. man I’ve been watching your videos for a while and I gotta say that your
    range blows me away! I sing for a living and do youtube covers and what
    not…but anyways Is there any way that I can stay in contact with you for
    vocal advice as a client? If so then that would be great but dude keep
    rocking!

  2. hey Ken I really want to know how to sing like Justin Bieber. can you
    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do a how to sing like Bieber tutorial video??? omg
    thank you so much it would mean the world to me. and many others. thanks

  3. I actually do have a Bieber piece up on my channel. An acoustic version of
    U Smile. But I do it like me 🙂

  4. 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!

  5. ken, can you do a video showing more of the open throat technique? You are
    covered in the videos. i really liked this one- thanks

  6. This is what I cover in my singing course “How To Sing – Better Than Anyone
    Else” on my KenTamplinVocalAcademy(dot)com web site. There are also a LOT
    of cool free videos on my channel

  7. 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

  8. It is times like this when I really think I should get a cam! LOL This is
    so beautiful! I don’t have a rock voice and this is more of what I do best
    Ken! Thank you for sharing your knowledge with me!!!

  9. Sounds great man, I really just need to know why you always curl your
    tongue together? Is it to make the sound bigger in the high notes, so there
    is more resonance, and the sound wont be as thin sounding, even though your
    in a high range?

  10. In the initial stages of good open throat technique you will learn to keep
    the tongue to the base of the jaw. (and keep it flat in the back of the
    throat to create the maximum amount of space in the back of the throat). As
    you get better at it, the uvula and soft palate will rise in the back of
    the throat, the tongue will start to concave to the base of the mandible
    (jaw) creating even more space.

  11. When you get great at it, the tongue will often protrude in its most
    relaxed state to literally pull away from the back of the throat creating
    maximum space and even aid in creating consonant sounds helping
    dramatically reduce the amount of movement in the jaw during singing will
    helping maintain even vocal tract with the least amount of shifting. -KT

  12. Ken you would wipe the floor of any Finnish singer on tv formats like voice
    of Finland or idols etc…:) you are very very good and i am jelious of
    your talent of able to expressing yourself this fantastic way. Thank for
    these vids Ken

  13. Come join my Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy Singers Forums.
    I have over 4,000 like minded KTVA students and 8 KTVA trained moderators
    who help answer your singing questions.
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  14. Wow! Ken really shows how to sing better with this Jason Mraz tune – I
    Won’t Give Up. You do a tender, soulful job on this one, Ken. Your
    singing lessons at KenTamplinVocalAcademy.com teach how to sing with all
    styles of vocals: Rock, Pop, Rn’B, Soul… Your lessons really work!

  15. Here is a free vocal lesson on how to sing better, like Jason Mraz on I
    Won’t Give Up from Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy. You can learn to sing like
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    and get started on your own vocal
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  16. i like that you featured a singer with a much softer voice this time.
    everything isnt about the high stuff. i liked your husky raspy voice on
    this it was soulful

  17. your right on the chorus his voice is much thinner and smaller than yours
    probably because he is a lyric tenor. jason mraz has such a sweet melodic
    tone

  18. The CD focuses on what makes a singing model distinctive by combining vocal parts and ingredients in different ratios of placements and resonances.

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