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38 thoughts on “How To Sing / Morning Singing / Breath Support / Losing Vocal Range

  1. BENJIKWAME says:

    This is because when professionals Record their songs, they do a lot of
    editing in the studio which their vocals have nothing to do with. Like
    refining and defining notes. I bet you don’t edit or even use a recording
    studio to record your voice, do you?

  2. Mutant Jin says:

    Is it ok if i dont push my fingers on cheeks while liprolls if i can do it
    without fingers support? 😮

  3. Mutant Jin says:

    Is it ok if i dont push my fingers on cheeks while liprolls if i can do it
    without fingers support? 😮

  4. Shiho Kurosagi says:

    thank you. yes, i do not edit my voice after recording. does that mean that
    even a pro would sound weird when recorded without edit? so how would i
    respond to improving my voice when i can’t actually hear the mistake when
    I’m singing?

  5. Shiho Kurosagi says:

    sorry i couldn’t fit all of it in one post. here’s the rest: i would hear
    the mistake in the recording, but can not hear the miss when i’m actually
    trying to fix it by listening to the part i messed up when i’m listening to
    myself sing without record. so, meaning, how i hear it, it does not sound
    bad, but when recorded so how others hear it, it sounds bad. what is your
    advice to me for this?

  6. Team Johnny says:

    Just singing… Does this also improve your voice after time?

  7. sandip singh sonu says:

    Hav problem in runns and riffs..plz giv som exercise

  8. Brett James says:

    Hey nice video, I sing tell me what you think about my singing!!

  9. Mutant Jin says:

    hi bro i amazed to see Indian name here i am also Indian we should keep in
    touch because i have never seen any other indian here so. we are no same
    platform we should know each other i am also songwriter i am basically form
    Punjab my name is varun nick name binny . tell me about yourself.

  10. Amine L'Ouali OFFICIAL says:

    I AM FROM Morocco, & i want to buy your programme ! But I Don’t Know how
    !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Mutant Jin says:

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    9780409358

  12. Peter Wickström says:

    Awesome video! Brett’s vides are my one of my favorite video blogs about
    singing. Check out my review of the Singing Success program at my channel.

  13. Goggalor1990 says:

    Is it normal to lose notes at the bottom of your range as you gain notes at
    the top? When I first discovered I was a bass, I could easily sing a C2,
    but could barely get to a D4. Now I can sing up to G4, but struggle with a
    D2.

  14. ZipplyZane says:

    Yes, it is normal. However, it is not essential. What you have to do is
    keep working both the low notes and the high notes. That said, if you were
    hitting that C2 by, say, bowing your chords or otherwise doing something
    wrong, you may not be able to get it back without damaging your voice. Your
    best bet is blending into your fry. It works pretty much the same way as
    blending into your head voice, just in reverse. Just don’t actually use the
    vocal fry for notes when you sing, just coloration.

  15. ZipplyZane says:

    Sure. A lot of teachers teach it that way, and Manning himself has said
    that’s okay in his CDs.

  16. ZipplyZane says:

    Record yourself a lot. Instead of recording, just put it on a loop, so you
    just hear yourself as you sing, and be sure to turn the volume up loud
    enough where it’s louder than what you hear in your head. Also, stop trying
    to listen to your own voice while you sing. It causes you to try and change
    how you sound so you can hear yourself better. That often is what makes you
    sound bad. Only listen to yourself through recordings or the like.

  17. ZipplyZane says:

    Most likely, you aren’t taking in a deep enough breath to begin with. Be
    sure to breathe low, like Brett showed. Keep your shoulders level, and let
    your stomach come out as you breathe in. Also, you may want to try letting
    your breath out slowly rather than just holding it. The standard way of
    doing this is to make a quiet yet steady ssss sound (like a snake), and
    holding it as long as possible. Some people can do that better than holding
    their breath.

  18. ZipplyZane says:

    Try tricking your brain by singing your songs with the same sounds you use
    for exercises. See /watch?v=dTH9xL385wI for more information.

  19. Hey Bret, I really appreciate your video’s I have had tons of questions
    about my singing and i have been singing since I’ve been six years old. I
    was just wondering why when I sing high i have childlike tone and when I
    sing low i have a mature tone? I don’t know if this is common in other
    singers but I know this has been my number one singing concern. It feels
    like my voice will never catch up with my age. Thanks! TG

  20. Peter Wickström says:

    Well said Brett! I suffered from acid reflux for many years, but through
    changing my diet and excluding wheat and dairy that solved the problem.
    Then I had a healthy voice that could be trained!

  21. hi brett ! how do you use your tones with 2 types of tones at once when
    singing? for example like a high tone or low tone with a rising up tone at
    the same time? like in chinese if you want to sing a chinese song you have
    to do the high notes and tones but then also use a rising tone or a lower
    tone or a flat tone or lowering rising tone! with your high tone! how do
    you put those 2 tones together when trying to sing a song? because i like
    many differant kinds of music and to sing them as well thankyou

  22. Peter Wickström (awesound) says:

    Great video! See an interview with Brett here on how to belt high notes: How
    to Belt High Notes – Brett Manning – Awesound TV

  23. laveladelcarajo says:

    Brett. You. Are. The. Best.
    Seriously, I followed your programs and it changed my life.

  24. Hey brett, ive started on your program! but at cd 3 lesson 7 think, it is
    the ney ney sound… i tend to choke and ive tried to fix it without
    succesess so far.. wondering if you had any tips

  25. Asha Sharma says:

    Hey Britt u r d best.. Ur vocal exercises r rlly very effective….thnx

  26. Shrikant Nimbalkar says:

    hii Britt thanks for all the love in the form of your videos you’re too
    good Please let us know what is the best food and breakfast for vocalist?

  27. blood lord (Chaotic Sonics) says:

    Asthma can really mess up your range and singing. I have it and i don’t get
    it so bad i that i need to use my pump, but for singing i realized i have
    to if i’m wheezing even a little. Without it the medication I can barely
    sing and singing feels like taking a sprint and not being able to catch
    air.

  28. Lilee Marie says:

    Okay so I like “attempting” to belt and sometimes I strain and then my
    voice will crack. I am trying to work on it but I’m afraid I’m going to
    ruin my voice and it’s hard for me to belt some songs like paramore high
    notes and I just want to know what I can do to loosen it up and proper
    vocal care..got any tips?

  29. Maisie Moss says:

    i need help, i have seriously damaged my voice in august at a festival to
    the point when i couldn’t even make a sound for about 1 week. Ever since i
    have lost my range, and it hurts every time I sing. Have a lost my singing
    voice permanently? I also smoke when I go out, but not much and I know that
    many famous singers have smoked, so does that reduce range? what can I do
    to get my range back (I can sing low, not high at all) my voice is also
    very very weak and cracks a lot. any help is appreciated thank you

  30. abhishek mahesh says:

    hey Brett. I normally strain my voice in high notes. I know I should place
    my larynx neutral but even after seeing the video I am confused and don’t
    know how to just keep my larynx neutral during high notes.??

  31. abhishek mahesh says:

    hey Brett. I normally strain my voice in high notes. I know I should place
    my larynx neutral but even after seeing the video I am confused and don’t
    know how to just keep my larynx neutral during high notes.??

  32. abhishek mahesh says:

    hey Brett. I normally strain my voice in high notes. I know I should place
    my larynx neutral but even after seeing the video I am confused and don’t
    know how to just keep my larynx neutral during high notes.??

  33. abhishek mahesh says:

    hey Brett. I normally strain my voice in high notes. I know I should place
    my larynx neutral but even after seeing the video I am confused and don’t
    know how to just keep my larynx neutral during high notes.??

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