Singing Lessons & Voice Training : How to Sing Vibrato

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Learn tips on how to sing in a vibrato voice with proper vocal technique with singing and vocal training tips in this free online vocal coaching video clip.

Expert: James Meny
Bio: James Meny has taught the middle voice technique for years. He is also trained in the opera & classical vocal styles & has studied under Seth Riggs, who teaches stars like Josh Groban & Stevie Wonder.
Filmmaker: Todd Sapio

40 thoughts on “Singing Lessons & Voice Training : How to Sing Vibrato

  1. sunset261 says:

    tremolo is basically very sudden and sounds basically like a billy goat. If you try to Baaa like a goat. That is what tremolo is. Vibrato sounds more like a sin curve and flows from the louder point to the softer one.

  2. reinapulsera01 says:

    eso parece más un trino q un vibrato

  3. It’s not over till the fat lady sings, or i guess it’s a man in this case

  4. i dont care what other people say about this person, it really helps me a lot 🙂

  5. Korakot Low says:

    this is so misleading…. people gona end up being like tarzan…

  6. omg… please dont teach this =[… vibrato doesnt shift notes… it just depends on the loudness T_T so misleading =[ u almost tricked me damn it

  7. @tapout42 i agree except that “not something you work on”

    one can actually practice vibrato o_o

  8. chubbychick says:

    for how long do u hav to practice???

  9. chubbychick says:

    @krisgirl990-tell me pl..i fell tht bounce sumtimes bt am unable to maintain it….i kinda hav it it cums sometimes…dissapears the other….so…..????do i hav it?how shud i control it?

  10. TheAbyss0O0 says:

    wow! i like when ppl argue and discuss something i don’t really understand, but i still enjoy it

  11. This is called trill, not vibrato. It was used a lot in the 16th century.

  12. DorisDayFanatic says:

    I don’t care if it’s incorrect – this helps me. Telling me the correct amount of air coming through while singing isn’t going to help me achieve vibrato. Whenever I look for tips on how to do it, all I find is “get a voice coach.” I can’t afford a voice coach, so this guy is super helpful.

  13. estrogiovanile says:

    ahahhahahaha “vibrato with clock”!!! ahahahahahahah!

  14. Lorenzo L. says:

    Ahahahahahahahahaha ahahahaha
    Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah
    Ahahahahaha.

    Really, guys? Do you really think that this man is a singer?

  15. Christian Hale says:

    Once again, expert village fails.

  16. Shady Hollesen says:

    it takes me 3 secends to do 5

  17. Matthew Mazzella says:

    wow all of expert villages singing videos are incorrect

  18. @ChurBurras even though he is wrong, this exercise is a very good exercise and it doesn’t ruin voices and especially lives. by saying this, you obviously are ruining your life which means, in the end, that your vocal technique is really bad and are looking to blame someone else instead of taking responsibility. all in all, it is very negative and you are not helping eric arceneux, in fact, you are doing a detriment to him because people are going to think he is as immature as you,

  19. ItsyahBoy_Maze says:

    yeah shut up im a kid and i sound better

  20. Mark Hunter says:

    @darkangel525352

    Yeah I am a musical theatre student. My vocal teacher told me there is Two proper ways to vibrato and the false way. The Musical Theatre/ Pop singing way come from the larynx (look up the work of joe estille), and the Opera way comes from the gut, the abdominal muscles. the note should NEVER move when singing vibrato this is the false way.

  21. Daniel Michael Crane says:

    vibrato is never forced. It happens naturally, there is shaky vibrato, nervous vibrato, or Goat vibrato (David Hasslehoff in Jekyll and Hyde) ^_^

  22. David Stagg says:

    Vibrato isnt somthing you can learn or teach..is somthing you can just do. For those of us who have vibrato it is difficult to explain how to do it because it is somthing that just comes naturally. Some people can discover how to do a vibrato but if it is somthing you have to concentrate on when your singing then its not worth even doing.

  23. StopThatSquirrel says:

    I don’t think he’s saying you need to actually trill between two different notes, he’s saying that doing this, if you’re not lucky enough to have a natural vibrato, can help you recognize the right way to let in air in order for vibrato to occur. I think you guys need to calm down a bit haha.

  24. I try to hold a note for a long time, but no matter how hard I try it just doesn’t happen. Just like changing notes fast, I can’t do it.

  25. Jessica Allan says:

    thats WAYYY wrong. its a natural thing for singers and singing straight tone isnt easy if your used to singing vibrato…. JUSSAYIN

  26. Hamza Zia Khan says:

    expert village sucks!!! their tutorials are useless and totally wrong!

  27. ebobmused says:

    @TheRebornjason hahah tarzan…this lesson maybe good for scaring people..haha!

  28. giulioonamor says:

    thank you you re very competent and patient , so thanks again

  29. TaylorBold says:

    This is the most confusing thing I have ever seen.

  30. Chups'xox says:

    You can’t sing mate no offence…..

  31. Michelle Losnowski says:

    There is a voice guide by singsbee.com which has a training guide as well.

  32. Vanessa Ollestki says:

    Singing lesson guide from singsbee.com offers some lessons you can do from home also.

  33. alex mark says:

    i think this is a larynx vibrato…which is yes a false vibrato…natural vibrato comes from a proper breathing and breath support and thats it..and with breath technique the air will start to flow in your vocal chords creating vibrato which is the air flow in your vocal chords

  34. Alan Antwon says:

    this is great get more singing lesson-> bit.ly1fSoFOY

  35. Shannon Elise says:

    This is teaching a trill not a natural vibrato. This is a much more advanced singing technique.

  36. Dorian Kiss says:

    I find it annoying when the teachers don’t demonstrate the techniques themselves, only talk about them.

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