Twang Vocal Technique – Sarah Brickel Singers Advice

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Brought to you by Singers Advice, Sarah Brickel takes you through lesson 6 Twang.

40 thoughts on “Twang Vocal Technique – Sarah Brickel Singers Advice

  1. ASH ASSHOLELA says:

    i have trouble making twang sound pleasant. right now it sounds like
    squidward!

  2. Even your speaking voice is beautiful @o@! This is the magic responsible —
    singing? — thanks for the lesson too Always tried the nay nay stuff, but
    the nya’s feel much better

  3. I feel like I understated the awesomeness of this exercise btw Thanks so
    much! My high notes sound so full now I just gotta work on descending down
    without breaks.

  4. CANTControlDESTINY says:

    Wow, this video helped me so much, it’s actually incredible.

  5. Intro To Fashion says:

    Thank You, Sarah, so much for sharing your WONDERFUL expertise and
    immeasurable experience with us. God has truly Blessed you with a great and
    powerful gift, and we are more than fortunate to be learning from you! Take
    care, and please keep us tuned in =>

  6. luciaarndt says:

    when you go to the high notes , where is the resonance, in the head or in
    the chest?

  7. in reality all notes resonance on the larinx, mouth and nose period, but
    the vibrations travel trhough your body and u can feel them on the head
    with high notes, that i why its called hadvoice. while chest voice (low
    notes) you feel those well.. in your chest.

  8. luciaarndt says:

    I know the difference, i study opera.(and FYI the main difference is that
    in each type of voice the vocal chords touch in different places) my
    question was that if doing twang when she went to the high notes it was
    with chest or head voice, with that technique some people can hit really
    high notes with chest

  9. Chris Muller says:

    That helped me so much. Thanks Sarah!

  10. Fiona-Jane Weston says:

    Really good! Thank you so much!

  11. carma lisa says:

    Hi Sarah, I think you are great and thank you so much for the lessons. I
    was just wondering if you could explain the reason for this excersize? I am
    new at singing lessons. Thanks. Carma

  12. 邱 映塵 says:

    Your videos are much better than some so called vocal coaches. Thanks a lot.

  13. Hi Sarah … While singing also we should not push hard … It should be
    natural or effortless ???

  14. Thanks for this wonderful lesson Sarah. How about the EE vowel? Most
    teachers use that for the TWANGING effect too.

  15. HI Sarah love your lessons. Have emailed you for help. Hope to hear from
    you soon:)

  16. Simone Turner says:

    You are an amazing teacher Sarah! Thank you!!! You are giving so much back
    to the music world!

  17. Victoria Hunter says:

    I did the twang but I notice my highest notes sounded a bit crackly, almost
    like it was a little to high for my range.

  18. HelloImMatt says:

    OMG I’m singing my high notes with so much quality and way more
    effortlessly now, I love you!♥

  19. Angelia M says:

    Ever thought about coming to the America? Wonderful teacher. Thanks!!!

  20. Kyle Guttormsen says:

    This is a really good exercise, cant help but think of toot from drawn
    together though when shes singing higher lol 

  21. Víthor Rosa Franco says:

    From what music is the 5:40’s melody? It’s simply amazing :D

  22. Bruno Negrao Zica says:

    thank you, finally I could understand what “twang” really is!

  23. Lucian Radu says:

    Any tips for a rasp or a distortion technique ?

  24. greeneyedboyx says:

    I’m listening to this exercise from time to time and can hear that teacher
    starting from G – G-A-H kind of covering the sound. Is that necessarily?

  25. Guitarsofy says:

    thank you very much!!!! You helped me so much! :D

  26. Jonas Ragnarsson says:

    Thank you, that was a great lesson.

  27. Peter Wood-Jenkins says:

    Are you from Manchester England you sound like my cousins talk from there

  28. Great video!! I notice an immediate difference. Do you offer personal
    online lessons? I love your style!

  29. Chinweze Unamka says:

    This is really lovely, awesome and next to a miracle. Thank you very much 

  30. Lance Donato says:

    Madam, High Tongue or a High Tone at the back?

  31. Lance Donato says:

    Maam Sarah, High Tongue or High Tone at the back of Mouth?…

  32. Antonello Tintinaglia says:

    Caruso, Schipa, Gigli, maria Callas, Renata Tebaldi, did not use any Twang.
    Must be a reason. How is possible that an heavenly singing comes out from
    horrible sounds??

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