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41 thoughts on “Singing Lessons / Nasal Singing / Low Note Presence / Beginner Lessons

  1. sandip singh sonu says:

    How to improve my head voice?nt exactly the head voice,it s d middle voice
    u can say…how can i improve that…mine chin gets ris n larnyx gets high
    and sometimes flips to faletto…help plzzz..

  2. ZipplyZane says:

    Another thing you can do with your low notes is project them towards your
    jaw. You also can gently lower your larynx to give more resonance space.
    Think more like you have an orange in your throat, or like you’re going to
    sing in an opera. At the same time, avoid letting it become breathy. Let it
    go into a fry, like Brett did. In fact, you can blend your fry into your
    low notes the same way you can blend your chest voice into your head voice.
    Just do it over and over in your exercises.

  3. ZipplyZane says:

    The reason I tell you this is that this is what I did, being a tenor who is
    sometimes asked to sing baritone. Now I’ve even got some bass notes,
    getting a pretty good low C.

  4. Jesus Zamudio says:

    my throat has been hurting for over a year. it hurts when i sing or when i
    scream or something like that. its getting worst and worst. im also finding
    harder to whisper. why is this happening and is there anything i can do?

  5. Riley Jackson says:

    It will come with practice better with practice and experience. Some songs
    may be harder to hear where you should sing than others. If you change the
    key by adding a capo or moving up or down frets. Start by playing the
    chords, especially the first chord a couple times before you sing the song.
    It will help you stay on pitch and eventually you can have a basic
    understanding of the key just by hearing the first chord. Keep practicing
    bud. It’s the only way.

  6. Seth Andrey says:

    Thanks for another lesson! When I use Mastering Mix there are a few
    examples where you (Brett) sing this amazing mezza voce (half voice). Why
    is mezza voce in a person’s passaggio (break area) so hard? I think it’s
    harder than belting high notes in mixed voice. Also is it possible to be
    able to sing a good sounding messa di voce (crescendo and diminuendo while
    sustaining a single pitch) throughout the passaggio?

  7. Maurice Johnson says:

    How do you safely do a vocal growl and keep resonance ? Something similar
    to Tina Campbell Of Mary Mary (Gospel) and Beyonce (R&B, Pop) , Fantasia

  8. TannerPlease says:

    I have been told that good singers can sing laying down on your back just
    as good as standing up. I am wondering if this is true. An individual told
    me it will force me to breathe correctly and force me not to strain. I have
    been doing all of my exercises laying down and was wondering if this is
    wise for me to do? What is the professional opinion on singing/vocal
    exercising on one’s back, laying down? Thanks for your help. I will look
    forward to hearing back from you!

  9. Deirdre Khoo says:

    How do we LOWER larynx? Is there any exercise to do so? Thanks!

  10. HelpingYouWithNBA says:

    Relax and get in a very “Child-like” mindset while listening to your
    favorite group/artists/singer whatever. It should make you feel happy.
    Don’t force yourself on this part just sit down close your eyes and really
    get into the music. You should feel a feeling (in your mind) behind your
    forehead and it’ll feel sorta of like drums beating. That is how you learn
    to hear pitch. I own a program to obtain Perfect pitch, which is the best
    thing a musician can have and thats the beginning of pitches

  11. HelpingYouWithNBA says:

    Say “uh” or “mum” and feel your throat lower. If you know what lip trills
    are, do them with a dopey “bu” with lip trills

  12. rockysikander says:

    have a yawn and feel your larynx go down , and have a doopey ” duh ” sound
    which will keep the larynx lower while hitting high notes pm me if you need
    more help 🙂

  13. Thavinaash Ramany says:

    Hi Brett Manning . I have a question…when do I actually need to warm up
    and warm down my vocal chords…is it only before and after a heavy
    performance or practice session or generally everytime before and after i
    sing…because I sing everyday but with very little effort…so I was
    wondering if I should really warm up and warm down my voice for that
    everyday ???

  14. ABagOfIce says:

    I have a question. I’m a male singer. At around F5, my falsetto can’t go
    any higher, but when I try to go higher, there’s a break and I end up in a
    different register that can go up to an A5. What register is this? I don’t
    think it’s whistle, but I’m not sure.

  15. Singing Success | Brett Manning Studios says:

    We have several Vocal Training programs on our website (link in

  16. JC Fernandez says:

    would you recommend your singing success program to boys or men in puberty
    when their voice is cracking?

  17. rawstarmusic says:

    some nasality is good for the tone except when singing eee, than you have
    to modulate it so how to do that

  18. funatall20s says:

    what if I have a nasal voice, when singing and talking?

  19. Edwin Kasyom says:

    Is it better to breathe through your nose or mouth when singing?

  20. Nick Taylor says:

    I always have trouble singing a high note with 3 or more deep notes Cuz in
    the song The War Is On by Coldrain (they have three e-gtrs and one
    drumset), I have trouble singing the chorus. Especially when he sings the
    word defeat… Help???

  21. Aletheia Mohn says:

    QUESTION: I have this increasing pain underneath my chin, but I don’t sing
    hours on time, probably only an hour a day. But my voice is sounding very
    strained and raspy, although it has always been a bit raspy, it’s more
    pronounced now, and I can’t belt out my notes anymore. Help!

  22. mikayjayy says:

    If you sound bad doing vocal exercises, does that mean you are a bad
    singer, or will never be able to ding?

  23. Peter Wickström (awesound) says:

    Thanks Brett for another great video!

  24. dudley jukes says:

    some days I can sing very well and some I think I sound really bad is this
    normal if not how can I help this

  25. Goggalor1990 says:

    Is there any way to add notes to your low range? Everyone always talks
    about singing higher, but what if you want to sing lower(without fry)? I’m
    a bass, and I lose power and resonance after D2.

  26. Teresa Harding says:

    What if you’re a girl and want to increase your ability to hit lower notes
    like bass, is it possible? how do I get my voice back in the high notes the
    right way after damaging or hurting your vocal chords a year ago? I was in
    the school play the same year I was learning all these vocal stuff in choir
    so I ended up damaging my vocal chords and the next school year I couldn’t
    hit high notes without sounding soft and raspy.. It’s gotten a little
    better but my soprano Voice isn’t the way it was…

  27. Teresa Harding says:

    Couldn’t fit my comment in one the last part is after damaging my vocal
    chords, is it possible to get my voice back to the way it was and hit
    higher notes beautifully? I used to be a soprano 2 and was able to hit a
    few soprano 1 notes now I’m only able to hit a few soprano 2 notes nicely
    without sounding raspy or pushy or like a dying cat

  28. Courtney Huggins says:

    What’s the name of the song at the end of video??? 

  29. Jimmy Langer says:

    0:15 Someone is being killed in the background

  30. Dennis Wong says:

    2:38 i closed my eyes and he sounded like he was having orgasm

  31. Camilo Fava says:

    Is it posible to end up singin very low, not necesarily perfect like a true
    bass singer, but is it posible to be able to sing low and sound pretty
    convincing, to sing low bass harmonies, or throw some low decorating ending
    notes for isntance, with out being a bass?

  32. Naruto17_of the sixth path says:

    How do I find my voice

  33. Pauline Kolesnikova says:

    Hello, could u please help me out with the following problem?
    I desperately need to figure out what’s the maximum hours of active singing
    in order for the chords to stay healthy and live long. I tried to sing 4
    hours in a row and I felt pain at the end of it. So my question is: how
    many hours and how many times per day can I have rehearsals?Thanks in
    advance and you’re a great coach:)

  34. Alicia Castagnino says:

    I have a hard time warming up my voice, i dont know how to warm up my
    voice, or cool down my voice, please help

  35. SOZZYLAND says:

    Someone is being murdered! Wtf!?!!?

  36. Vibhu Kushwah says:

    some people are real magicians … and one is brett manning . i still
    wonder if somebody has so much wisdom in looking into your vocal chords
    machanism like… i follow his singing success and it is a great piece of
    art (literally an art) to this world by him… thanks brett

  37. Michelle Zito says:

    Hello! What can you do if one of your vocal Cord’s stay’s open? I try to
    sing through it. I feel like my vocal Cord’s are stuck in a open position.
    I hope I don’t need to have surgery. I stopped doing voice exercises but I
    kept singing and now I feel like I am singing from my throat.

  38. Is it me or people are having sex in the background? 0:15

  39. Malakiams says:

    please subtitles in spanish you have more suscriptors

  40. Hayden Butler says:

    I feel that it could be useful to have a working knowledge of those, if not to apply directly to singing then for the purpose of reaching a rounded understanding of the power of the breath in different situations.

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