Singing Lessons: How to Find Range and Tone

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Los Angeles Vocal Empowerment Coach Shares information about how to find the best part of your voice and get more familiar with your voice so you can choose a song that suits you.

Finding your range (with vocal training this can expand)
Finding your register breaks
Finding your tone and placement
How to choose the right song
Vocal Registers are different from your resonating cavities

Doing these exercises will teach you how to sing well!

21 thoughts on “Singing Lessons: How to Find Range and Tone

  1. DotsVoiceStudios says:

    Thank you Robert! I enjoy watching your videos as well! 😉

  2. olivia Whitaker says:

    I have been looking for days now on something that could help me find my
    tone and so far your video has been the most insightful so thank you.

  3. DotsVoiceStudios says:

    Thank you and so glad to be of service. Be sure to watch all three videos
    in this series so you don’t fall into any of the common traps of most
    singers, and let me know how it goes! 😉

  4. lemonitta says:

    Thank you so much for your inspiration!!!

  5. Gayle Lahey-Marsh says:

    Thanks! I like your explanations:) 

  6. HardRocker47 says:

    I think you have a racist camera. It tries to make you white ! Must be the
    automatic settings. xD ==> Awesome video, thanks a lot.

  7. Julien Castle says:

    Thank you! 🙂 It’s really helping me! 

  8. Rohan den Teuling says:

    thank you very much for this video. it helps beginner singers alot. it’s
    easy to understand and nobody has told me this on the whole youtube. there
    are alot of singers that are not pro that must see these kinda videos and
    the best part is that they can learn this for free by watching these
    videos. thank you very much. it helped alot to me. good luck with sharing
    your knowledge. you’re very good at it so please don’t stop

  9. P Y R U V I C A C I D says:

    Thank you so much for sharing !!!

  10. MusicMusicMusic says:

    I actually really like it when you sing low low it sounds like Nina Simone!

  11. Roberto Leeva says:

    I would love to spend a few minutes you teaching me.

  12. Trine Langohr says:

    XD I love how you describe your registers in colours. I’m a synaesthete
    too, but mine have completely different colours.

  13. Lady London says:

    Watched alot of vids, for an explanation on this, yours is by far the best.
    So well explained. Thank you

  14. Ana Pitts says:

    Feel for the expansion around the waist and lower ribcage area.

  15. Lily Tate says:

    I tried to continue to sing in college but it didn’t work out.

  16. Adrian Hahn says:

    It may be much easier to sing high notes than you think!

  17. Alexis Wise says:

    I’ve been a musician for years and while I’m decent on multiple instruments, my singing is not that great.

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