How to SING through your FIRST BRIDGE

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Intermediate SINGING/VOCAL TECHNIQUE LESSON- MUST SEE!

vowel narrowing, shape of the mouth, getting a bite w/low larynx, using a mirror

keeping pressure stable, what to do at the first bridge, proper compression

cord closure, holding your breath back/ clean attack

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40 thoughts on “How to SING through your FIRST BRIDGE

  1. so far this one of the best instructional drills for male voice in you
    tube,If you want to sing high note but you have to practice every day,and
    Avoid cold liquids

  2. the false cords have NOTHING to do with curbing. Its a combo of twang,
    lowered larynx and a lifted soft palate. picture a puppy whimpering and
    that’s curbing. The false cords come into play with distortion.

  3. Sorry I got confused. I meant the “hold”. In cvt that means: the false
    vocal cords get closer to each other but they do NOT approximate like in
    distortion. But like when you moan. Maybe also something is happening under
    the vocal cords but they are still investigating. I’ve asked 3 teachers and
    they all said that that’s what happens. I’m not a fan of the mode-thinking
    but cvt has some new stuff like the hold recently. You can also use this
    hold on overdrive.

  4. Not to say your wrong just interested in a different point of view. Maybe
    the complete vocal technique has it wrong with the “hold”. But like I said
    im not a big fan of the mode-thinking. It just feels unnatural to me. An
    oversimplification which doesn’t make it easier. Like to know your point of
    view do they got it wrong?

  5. Not to say your wrong just interested in a different point of view. Maybe
    the complete vocal technique has it wrong with the “hold”. But like I said
    im not a big fan of the mode-thinking. It just feels unnatural to me. An
    oversimplification which doesn’t make it easier. Like to know your point
    of view do they got it wrong?

  6. with the last part, keeping larynx low, and using fry to get higher, i get
    higher but it sounds like my cords dont close and have crackles , does it
    get cleaner with practice?

  7. Yes, exactly, every time I see one of these videos I like to reminisce
    about taking a nice warm heavy shit. Practice this technique when you’re
    pinching a loaf.

  8. Gee, look Ma. I watched a dvd and now I’m a voice teacher. Re-hashed
    technique that was wrong on many levels the first time around. 

  9. Thank you man. It was helpful cause it was well explained¡¡¡ How long have
    you been practicing brett`s technique??? Please don`t forget about the
    second bridge lesson. Greetings from Ecuador.

  10. Out of all the videos out there this is the one that really helps me! Tho
    im doing everything ur saying and it still feels like when im using head
    voice it still feels like falsetto i dunno if im doing it right. maybe im
    just not used to it…

  11. I don’t really have a bridge? I can sing a B2 to a G#5 and i never feel
    like i am switching voices… I don’t try to over use my voice so i keep it
    all at the same volume. Maybe that’s why.

  12. I think it’s not about switching, it should flow from one to the other
    without straining, if you’re straining, then switching (and it’s not
    straining anymore), then you’re probably switching into falsetto, which is
    not the same as head voice…

  13. Hi just found your vid, you do some great stuff, very helpfull, whats the
    forum you mention? i would like to join, Ignore all the ignorant and
    abusive comments ….these people are just tossers that are bored stiff and
    have nothing else to do, so keep it up man , some good people are listening
    ..

  14. Wow! I am following a few different people’s suggestions about bridging
    vocal registers, but by doing the part of the exercise that uses vocal fry,
    it was the first time I have been able to bridge with no break or
    breathiness. I will have to watch it again, but I think I got it that I
    could go from vocal fry to the compression you were describing in order to
    bridge without sounding different. Thank you.

  15. OHHHH MYYYY GOOODNESS this video gave me sooo much inspiration i am a bass
    with an f1 range and this is really going to give me some new potential
    this is a true inspiration i thought there was no hope for me singing
    contemporary music but with this in my practice regime i will prove others
    wrong so thank you!!

  16. It goes “mum” to “mom”… I never noticed that before. “Mom” is basically
    “MAHm”, “AH” being the most important vowel.

    That was a great technique for finding the cry of the voice, by the way. :)

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