How to sing Riffs and Runs – BLUES SCALE Riff (part 1)

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How to sing riffs. How to sing runs. Sing Riffs and runs the EASY way.
Riffs and runs, take you from being a ordinary singer extrordinary! Learning riffs and runs, take a lot of practice but if you commit yourself to the work, and rehearse regularly, they become much easier. Review this video to learn Riffs and runs easily.

Paul McKay breaks down an impressive blues Riff and shows, step by step, how you can perform it!

44 thoughts on “How to sing Riffs and Runs – BLUES SCALE Riff (part 1)

  1. I appreciate the time you put into your videos. They have helped me improve
    a lot. Please Continue. Thank You!

  2. Carlos Mendez says:

    My brother It is one thing to be able to sing well it is a whole other
    thing to be able to teach that to others you have an amazing gift to teach
    an excellent temperament an excellent spirit may God continue to bless you
    and add to your life thank

  3. PaulMckayONEvoice says:

    Thank you Carlos! I appreciate that! I pray you accomplish all you set out
    to do! All the best to you my bro!

  4. PaulMckayONEvoice says:

    Thanks so much! Keep working on strengthening that voice, God bless you
    also.

  5. João Victor Mofato says:

    Muito bom mesmo!!! Hi paul! I am brazilian, but i’ve learned a lot with
    you! Your voice is amazing! I knew your videos almost now and liked so
    much! I intend to see all. Congratilation!!!

  6. PaulMckayONEvoice says:

    Thanks Buddy. More to come!

  7. earth2air2water says:

    DO YOU GIVE PRIVATE LESSONS? WHAT CITY ARE YOU LOCATED IN?

  8. Phil Moufarrege says:

    Great video, your voice is beautiful.

  9. PaulMckayONEvoice says:

    Thanks Bro, Keep doing what you’re doing. You’ve got a serious no-nonsense
    style of teaching! Keep it up!

  10. PaulMckayONEvoice says:

    Absolutely, I am located in Toronto CANADA. You can add me on skype
    “onevoice.musicacademy”. Or you can take a trip to the wild north. CANADA,
    and we can have a consultation.

  11. chris brown says:

    Where do you start if you trying learn to sing?

  12. Tim Nelson says:

    Your tone is truly phenomenal. Is there any way to train your voice to copy
    tones? How does someone get your type of tone? I have found my own voices’
    resonance but I want that gospel/R&B sound.

  13. Trinity Love says:

    I really hope I can do this one day…God willing.

  14. I Am Anna V says:

    Your videos are truly god send, I actually learn things from you and it
    feels good to have help from someone that knows what they are really
    doing!! I absolutely love love love watching you!!´╗┐

  15. Kevin Torres says:

    im getting annoyed lol i can ddo runs and riffs great but my larynx keeps
    raising when i go up scales !!!!´╗┐

  16. So impressive & fun to try!´╗┐

  17. Sofia Lazopoulou says:

    Amazing voice and great teaching !! Thank youuu!´╗┐

  18. ColinResponse says:

    These lessons are all great, and I just bought your course. It would help
    a ton in the future if you used a metronome to give some context for what
    beats your rhythms are sitting on.

    They must flow very naturally for you, but for a new learner to duplicate
    them it’s pretty difficult with out having a tempo, or metronome as a guide
    (also so we can practice on our own).

    – Quick question: I bought you ruffs and runs course, I’m wondering simply

    1. how often I should practice each module before moving onto the next
    lesson. and…
    2. how long I should practice each day module (scale/vowel exercise) to see
    a consistent results.

    I really wished it mentioned these two things in the course just so we know
    at what pace to take these lessons. Thanks Paul! :)´╗┐

  19. Joao Castilhos says:

    loved it. well done. gonna follow.´╗┐

  20. Deyber jacobo hernandez galvez says:

    paul’re the best coah singing as I would like to live in peru to take
    classes you be my vocal coach´╗┐

  21. Xander J. says:

    man your melisma is amazing really bro you are a fantastic singer´╗┐

  22. Rosannasfriend says:

    In two minUtes, you’ve already taught me so much about runs!´╗┐

  23. Danielle Daniel says:

    Thank you for your awesome lesson.´╗┐

  24. MiloFerragamo says:

    Do u do in person private lessons???´╗┐

  25. swiftlessons says:

    Very nice riff, I was having trouble until I picked up my guitar and
    learned it there first. Great lesson Paul, I’m subscribed!´╗┐

  26. davy martinez says:

    friend, thank you, for the great lesson!! God bless you bro!! keep the good
    work coming…´╗┐

  27. Mark Zuniga says:

    Several artists have composed acoustic versions of they pop and rock number, along with those who’ve solely made acoustic songs.

  28. I find that weekly half hour lessons also work really well for children and young people under 12, to find out more give me an email – I would be more than happy to talk to you more about it!

  29. Max Zuniga says:

    Online singing lessons work effectively because they are systematically organized to address every aspect of improving your singing voice quickly and effectively using tried and tested methods.

  30. Alexis Underwood says:

    Learn the technical aspects to singing and develop a unique sound all your own.

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