How to sing Stone Cold by Demi Lovato – Part 2 Riffs & Runs

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How to sing Stone Cold by Demi Lovato

* Voice Lessons by Madeleine Harvey:
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Hi guys! I’m Madeleine Harvey and thanks so much for checking out this video! In our last video, How to sing Stone Cold by Demi Lovato Part 1, we learned how to sing the verse and chorus for her awesome song. In this second video, Part 2, we will be building on what we previously learned, and focussing on artistic embellishments. We will be learning how to sing the riffs and runs that Demi Lovato sings in her song. So, if you like this video, please be sure to give it a thumbs up and click the subscribe button below! I’d love to see you here more often!

We’re going to break Stone Cold’s riffs and runs down into bite-sized pieces. These sections are meant to be used as temporary coordination’s to get the ball rolling for you. Please don’t go for a finished sound right away. It’s important to use these coordinations as a frame of reference that gives you access to more vibrations. Please be sure to watch the entire video. As you practice with this video, feel free to use the links below as a quick reference tool to jump to your favorite parts. Are you ready? Let’s get started!

1. Putting it Together at 2:15 Quicklink
2. Artistic Embellishments (riffs and runs) at 11:17 Quicklink
3. Bringing it Home at 16:50 Quicklink
4. Final Thoughts at 24:54 Quicklink

Thanks so much for learning how to sing Stone Cold by Demi Lovato. I hope you enjoyed Part 2 of this lesson.

2 thoughts on “How to sing Stone Cold by Demi Lovato – Part 2 Riffs & Runs

  1. When you feel comfortable doing that you will one day feel confident to sing for others.

  2. Parker Conrad says:

    Find your vocal range This is essential, as singing pieces written for the wrong range may strain your voice to the point that you sound like a bear with a cold.

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