How to Sing with Consistent Resonance

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We’re talking consistent resonance right through your range in today’s episode and a trick I’m starting to use with my students that is helping them direct the sound.
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10 thoughts on “How to Sing with Consistent Resonance

  1. I have a question…
    I have asked many singers about were to start as a beginner, without money
    for lessons.
    Most say that the best is just to sing as much as you can.
    But when I check videos on youtube, most say that lessons are very
    important.
    What do you think? Where should I start?
    -Levy Zehnο»Ώ

  2. Hi Kim. Abreast of techniques, what kind of lifestyle should you adopt for
    singing ? I acknowledge that you have to get enough sleep, but what about
    eating and drinking like what you should and shouldn’t eat and drink? I
    recall Selena Gomez said she drinks olive oil before performances, is that
    a good tip ? thank you.ο»Ώ

  3. ANONIMOUS says:

    hi i got the dvd course of ken tamplin and i cannot curve my tongue like a
    “V” how u do it?..ken tamplin does not explain how do that on his dvd (he
    said only watch ur tongue in a mirror) and bret mannin doesnt even teach
    abput it on his dvd, and i am confused πŸ™ ..i was searching everywhere and
    i found little info..it is called furrowο»Ώ

  4. amirun akmal says:

    I just can’t seem to connect my voice,when I try to do mix ,i crack when
    going down from head to chest.Does this has anything to do with breath
    support?ο»Ώ

  5. funkyhaha11 says:

    Great video Kim, you this helps me move through my mix. How do I get a nice
    tone like yours?ο»Ώ

  6. Andre Booker says:

    can you please do one on how to sing soft for a male and femaleο»Ώ

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