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Vocal Coach Ken Tamplin Coaches How To Sing High Notes
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42 thoughts on “How To Sing High Notes – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy”

  1. Wow! That is amazing. I don’t know any of those terms you’re using for
    voice. Guys like you and John Elefante still sound exactly the same as you
    used to! I had some of your tapes from the 1980s (both *Shout!* tapes, and *Ken
    Tamplin & Friends: An Axe to Grind*). I’m 46 years old now, and I’m
    wondering how do I increase my vocal range? I’ve never had singing lessons.
    I’m sure there is a way to sing without stuffing your voice up, too. The
    other day I was trying to sing *This Could Be The Night* by Loverboy. I
    enjoy singing the verse and pre-chorus, but the chorus is just too high for
    me, apart from the “to end all nights” at the end of the chorus. I can also
    sing, *I Don’t Want To Live Without You*, by Foreigner (it’s the only song
    of theirs within my vocal range).

  2. Hey man, great stuff really awesome! I’m in a performance of the musical
    Rock of ages and I need to hit some crazy high notes but my vocal sit more
    comfortably in the bass range! I struggling to sing the classic twisted
    sister tune “I wanna rock” I can hit the notes just it doesn’t sound at all
    rock like! any help you can give me would be massively appreciated man!
    thanks and once again awesome stuff!

  3. Dude, you’re like a heavy metal machine. Man, I NEED that power and
    confidence. Oh, and range! Does your throat hurt or feel strained after all
    of this? And wondering how loud you are (I’m assuming it’s all compressed).
    I can sing with range and control, but the soundguys (one in particular)
    always say I’m not singing loud enough. When I sing as loud as they want,
    my range and control is compromised and it starts to suck.

  4. That is excellent sir. thank you for your videos and explaining the
    techniques. is there any way you could possibly cover a David Coverdale
    song. Whitesnake (Here I go again) once again thank you for your videos

  5. man, cant believe you got those high notes… you should do a Sebastian
    Bach tutorial since you can clearly reach those! :D

  6. Hey! sir, how did you do that!! that was amazing!!! I wanna hit those notes
    like yours hope you give me some advice about that. and it looks so easy
    for you to do..

  7. Hey, Im a baritone and I like music from bands such as My Chemical Romance,
    Fall Out Boy, and Panic! At the Disco, but I cant sing their music cause I
    cant hit all the notes in their songs. What can I do to be able to hit all
    those high notes and sing their songs well?

  8. I see stars-murder mittens acoustic version has great high note vocal part
    wondering you could cover it and explain the technique

  9. Golly gosh!!There is much more to heavy metal singing than meets the
    eye.This blows my socks off and I don’t even rock:-)

  10. Biography:?Amanda began her musical education at the age of 6, when she joined the local Church choir and started piano lessons.

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