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Finding Time to Practice Singing

In this episode, master vocal coach Kevin Richards shows you a way to train if you don’t have a lot of time to practice your singing and a creative way to train without disturbing the neighbors.

Also included – the RIGHT way to do a hum exercise. (plus some singing monkeys)

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6 thoughts on “NO TIME TO VOCALIZE? / Free Singing Lesson video”

  1. Awesome vid!! I’m definitely doing Skype lessons with you after Christmas!
    You rock! Your videos have helped point me in the right direction with
    where I wanted to go with my voice. Having come from a SLS background and
    now being a metal and rock singer, I was very unhappy with how my voice was
    performing and then I found your vids!!! Your knowledge has helped me so
    much already this year and I intend to also do your course in 2015 🙂
    thanks so much for doing these videos and I’m looking forward to doing
    Skype lessons with you in 2015 🙂 mwah xo

  2. Hi Kevin. I really enjoy your videos. They were very helpful for me. I’ve
    still got a question. I’m looking for a kind of rasp in the higher part of
    my range. But not a Chris Cornell like rasp, it’s more like a light and
    hazy distortion. The song “What are we gonna do” by Tim Mcilrath is an
    example for this. In the higher parts there is a light distortion that is
    present in the background. I don’t know how to produce that kind of sound.
    When I sing high, I’m only able to sing it competely clean. But I just want
    a bit more grit there. Hope you could help me out and thanks again for all
    your great videos.

  3. I take time out and go back to The Beatles Complete…and sing my favourite
    Beatles songs.Thanks for your great lessons.When singing now…it’s like
    switching off to all the vocalising and letting it run subliminal..and just
    enjoy singing.That feels so cool.

  4. A lot of respiratory workouts incorporate singing totally different sounds on pitches and working up and down the scale.

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