Learn To Sing Like ADAM LEVINE – Mixed Voice Singing Lesson

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Learn To Sing Like Adam Levine – Mixed Voice Singing Lesson
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In this video I demonstrate the signature “mix voice” or “tilted thyroid” vocal sound used by Adam Levine of Maroon 5. I’ll show you some exercises and explain how to sing like Adam Levine, and how to start working towards getting his same clear, high, powerful vocal sound.

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41 thoughts on “Learn To Sing Like ADAM LEVINE – Mixed Voice Singing Lesson

  1. HELP ME ! ! ! !
    ANYBODY ! ! !
    when i do the monkey squeak as he instructed in arpeggios and then i try to
    sing it sounds as if someone has got a hold of my throat and sound is
    narrow and when i sing through belt it sound TOO LOUD ! ! !
    what a dilemma man , i just want to sing alone and be happy , why cant i
    sing high and just not loud and uncomfortable .
    :(

  2. Im a guy and I can belt a A5 and then I have a couple of falsetoes then my
    whistle registry which is two notes below Mariah. I have never worked
    myself up to the whistle registry I just have always been able to do it

  3. so after you do that duck/monkey sound “AH A H,” do we just apply that
    same feeling of “the Monkey AH AH” to our normal singing voice when hitting
    those notes or use the same “monkey” tone thing? So it’s just for practice
    to engage muscle memory.

  4. So i found my mix for the first time the other day. However, it’s kind of
    crackly and not really usable. Is this normal and how do i fix it?

  5. Omg this really works, thank you so much man that Ah Ah with my mouth open
    wide really works that specific muscle in the throat needed to build a
    controlled mixed voice and hit notes confidently. Appreciate the exercise!

  6. Thankyou. Very helpful, i always think adam levine has a similar voice to
    franky valley
    I want to know how come my range in falsetto is limited as i struggle with
    that song he sings
    Called sugar, some of my non singing friends can even sing that song in
    falsetto higher than mine, helppppp im a singer and thats not fair
    Is it genetics 

  7. I think my problem with this stacatto exercise is I can feel a grip in my
    throat. I can do it but it sounds Squuueeezed and distorted to the max — a
    spongebob effect but SQUEEEZED! Kinda like getting the last part of a
    toothpaste bottle. I touch my throat and man, the larynx (adams apple area)
    is not movable left and right. So I think My problem is I was trying to
    copy your Ah sound, so my body jammed up the larynx to the max to get cord
    compression. I can do this but I have NO control. I tried to relax a bit
    but I ended up focusing on mimicking this sound you did. I think its
    because my voice tone is deeper than yours when its relaxed or something.
    When i did the staccato ah in my regular relaxed voice (no grip in the
    throat… Freely as possible… I can move my larynx muscles left and right
    with my hand and monitoring if it goes up…) I was able to do it in my
    regular tone NOT distorted. It did not feel like falsetto with no-air
    anymore (some people call this pure head voice). :)

  8. tbh it might be your face…chest..voice😅 or your beard, personality in
    teaching or enjoyable video description…but I think I want to use your
    videos more to start taking my voice practice more seriously ^-^

  9. I always sing Adam Levine’s songs because my voice is more comfortable
    hitting those notes. you definitely helped with using a mixed voice because
    I was wondering how to hit some of his notes without sounding like I was
    straining my voice or having it sound too light.

  10. interesting video,I have seen another guy doing this exercise but with the
    tongue all the way out 🙂 , this staccato sound apparently strengthens the
    pharyngeal resonance which helps with the mixed voice,but I have a
    question,is this exercise will help with belting as well? cause I noticed I
    was able to sing the chorus and intro of the song LOCKED OUT OF HEAVEN by
    bruno mars,now as a beginner its quite hard for me,and I was straining a
    little but it didn’t really hurt that much like it used to. now back to my
    question , if I wanna do this exercise for belting do i just do the
    staccato sound louder like belting to strengthen my belting muscles?

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