Ten Second Songs – How To Sing In Many Styles – Secrets Revealed

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Ten Second Songs Reveals Secret To Singing In So Many Styles:
– Anthony Vincent

40 thoughts on “Ten Second Songs – How To Sing In Many Styles – Secrets Revealed

  1. Yes, the lessons are good! There are tons of testimonials on KTVA and it’s
    all true! Subscribe to his channel and check out some of his work!
    Amazing!

  2. Ken is def legit I ve used just his program never even worked with him in
    person and I can hit almost any note with great tone and power by just
    using volume 1 through 3 faithfully. I’m getting better and better as time
    goes on.

  3. You really are outstanding! From Slayer like voice to a C6!! I’d really
    like to believe you’ve achieved this just with ktva course cos I’m really
    interested in the course but I don’t think so. Ktva may have helped you a
    lot but either you have a gifted voice or you also studied with private
    teachers or Ken Tamplim himself to sing like this. A true beginner finds it
    very hard to understand the concepts from a dvd course. Please tell us what
    the truth is. Thanks a lot.

  4. Damn my man! Your voice is one of the most diverse voices I’ve ever heard.
    That’s a lie. Your voice is THE most diverse I’ve ever heard. Ken is for
    sure an amazing teacher. If you are a student and can sing like this there
    is N-O refuting how good he is. Plus Ken’s voice is off the hook. 

  5. I don’t usually leave comments but I just bought your course and just
    wanted to say I would love to hear you or one of your students do an
    evanescence cover if you haven’t already. It would be so awesome. Amy is
    one of my fav singers and I just want to hear one of you guys (or gals)
    over there sing something by them. 

  6. Hi Anthony
    You have learned from a brilliant vocal master Ken is a wonderful person I
    love your channel your so funny your like Ken in that you sound better than
    the artists them selves

    Good luck take care

    Love from Tracey in England 

  7. Wow! See when you can sing properly you can sing ANYTHING properly! Ken
    Tamplin Vocal Academy is the way to go, this guy rocks! Sincerely! :)

  8. My Student Gabriela Gunčíková Getting To Sing For TSO.
    Time Lapse Video Shows What Goes In To Putting Together A Big Concert!

    Check This Out!!! AWESOME!

    

  9. Is There Really Such Thing As “Stress Free Singing”?

    I see many vocal coaches (and their students) promoting the idea that
    “there should be no stress while singing” and therefore frustrating the
    heck out of singers who think there is “something wrong with themselves”
    because they can’t, over night, achieved this “stress free” singing.
    (this also gives a vocal coach “tribal knowledge” to keep you coming back
    to them as the only one who has the answer to this elusive concept)

    This is nonsense and here’s why:

    Singing is like a sport. And with any sport, it’s not the absence of
    stress, it’s the management of stress that makes a great athlete.

    Think of it like this:

    When Lionel Messi is going to goal, do you think his body is “stressed?”
    (Anyone who says it isn’t has never played a sport before).

    But Lionel has learned the art of training his body and mind for that
    moment when it’s time for him to step on the gas, take on 3 players and
    score what “looks” like an “effortless goal.”

    But you can be assured, it was not done “without effort” or without
    “stress.”

    Lionel achieved this through training his technical abilities as well as
    building stamina and muscle memory to achieve this consistency.

    Now it is true that some styles of singing require less stamina than others
    and therefore can be accomplished with less strength training.

    In other words, singing a light pop song requires very little “strength” in
    the sound whereas singing a heavy rock song often requires incredible
    strength and stamina.

    This is also true for those (like myself) that want to push their “limits”
    and abilities to be all they can be. This of course requires more “effort”
    and technical training.

    With that said, there are many stages to building this “stamina” and it’s
    ok to “find yourself” as one first starts with “damaging street singing”
    (with total stress) and going through the different stages of learning how
    to manage this stress away form the voice through correct training.

    If I didn’t show the different stages of this process, and only showed
    “perfection”, people would never learn that these people are all human,
    having to work on their craft just like yourself.

    

  10. just found out about the KTV Academy just today, i am tempted to purchase
    but i’m not sure if is for me, i am deaf from my left ear and i was born
    with cleft palate, had surgery for but its still open just enough to
    breath, is there’s hope for me? im primarily a guitarist, i have struggle
    with matching pitches

  11. Click Here To Check Out The Singing Course Anthony Vincent From Ten Second
    Songs Used To Get His Voice Rockin’
    

  12. Ken is freaking amazing !! I am an acting and stage/television coach
    certificated by the California Department of Education. NO ONE talks about
    the importance of diaphragm control. Everyone sings too throaty. Except
    Ken! I would recommend his course just based on his mentioning this. Proves
    he’s legit!

  13. The Bruce Dickinson voice he does on that Katy Pretty voice is fucking
    unbelievable. I don’t know why he didn’t do that on his other songs

  14. Now that I think about it. Anthony and Ken are really alike in terms of
    looks, style and vocal type. It just makes too much sense that he’s your
    student. I’m really considering your course though, gonna check it out 🙂
    I’d love some tips on intonation and improving the range. I want to sing
    higher, lower and more precise.

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