Vocal Fitness Scales & Practices 1 – Vocal Coach Adonis

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These scales and practices are intended for my low voice intermediate clients. It is recommended that you have someone to instruct you on how to safely execute these practices. For more scales and practices and lessons in vocal performance, please subscribe.

42 thoughts on “Vocal Fitness Scales & Practices 1 – Vocal Coach Adonis

  1. vocalcoachadonis says:

    These are just simple major chords that move chromatically a half step

  2. vocalcoachadonis says:

    Hi. This would only help you with your ear if you record yourself, check to
    see if you are on pitch, and eventually be able to do these on your own

  3. LoveMyUnusual says:

    I like the exit song at the end lol This is great 🙂 Keep ’em coming!

  4. TRE Miller says:

    you are so thoughtful to put these up ..where are your classes held 

  5. vocalcoachadonis says:

    Thanks Tre! I teach in Atlanta, GA and on Skype.

  6. Thanks for sharing, I did your vocal work out before stepping into the
    vocal booth. My notes were on point. Since I record all of my background
    vocals they were all crisp and rich. Thanks my brother…When I am in the
    GA area I will be looking you up. We need more coached like you.

  7. vocalcoachadonis says:

    Thanks! I’m glad this help you out.

  8. vocalcoachadonis says:

    lol Well…the breathing shouldn’t make you dizzy. You may be taking too
    much breath in too fast, too often. Breath in through your nose. You don’t
    want to hyperventilate. 

  9. fuck yeah even i can sing now after all those dickheads all talk and shit
    put dont tell you the basic stuffs 

  10. This is awesome!. You are amazing… Wish I live in ATL 

  11. eL pTrees says:

    Thanks alot bro. Just this first vid was helpful. Helped me to remember
    some basic things I´d forgotten. Check out eLpTrees.bandcamp.com and give a
    bruh some feedback. God Bless and keep doin what u doin 

  12. Diamond Cartel says:

    I’m so glad I came across your videos. My daughter is preparing audition
    for a performing arts school and wants to work on her vocals. I will
    definitely be in touch regarding your skype sessions…if they’re still
    available. ~Namaste~

  13. Nihal Bhat says:

    what a fantastic vocal exercise. im going to sign up for a 20min skype



  15. Nihal Bhat says:

    he’s an amazing vocal coach. very good method and friendly personality. he
    can sing real well also. patient. i am getting solid results. you need to
    put the work in as well yourself.

  16. Derrick Gibbs says:

    Can anyone really learn how to sing?? cause my neck seems to give out on me
    alot and im very upset man…. 

  17. vocalcoachadonis says:

    I believe that anyone who has relative talent can learn how to sing. You
    have to be able to distinguish pitch and generate the breath flow for a
    melodic sound. You neck gives out on you? I’m not sure what you mean.

  18. vocalcoachadonis says:

    Train with me on Skype for as little as $55 per 1 hour vocal training
    session! All new Skype vocal training clients receive a FREE 20 minute
    vocal consultation w/ vocal evaluation (a $20 value). Visit
    vocalcoachadonis . com to get started, NOW!

  19. Creemel Chisholm says:

    Adonis u have an email address

  20. Stephanie Jeannot says:

    This is amazing. Thank you so much for posting. Very helpful!

  21. Carolyn Teran says:

    Thanks man, you honestly helped a lot seriously! I’m preparing for and
    audition to enter Cypress Lake High School Center For The Arts and you
    helped a lot, Thanks! God bless you!!(: 

  22. Ray Shotgunz says:

    Im a vocal coach so maybe I can use some of these techniques.

  23. Sebastian Tannæs says:

    Hey my vocal range is from G1-D#5 and i my notes from B4-D#5 sound like a
    falsetto and i wonder if i ddo vocal scales on my lower notes if that wil
    bulid my wek notes to be stronger and get more of a resoence om my higher
    notes i am desprate if anyone have any tips or informasjon i`ll want to
    hear it as fast as possible

  24. Sosha Bradford says:

    Where would you suggest a beginner with previous piano experience to start
    if they want to peruse a musical career?

  25. cheesesmiles says:

    Wow…that actually felt really good lol
    i feel so much lighter XD lol

  26. Peter Cherches says:

    Thanks, I’m using these for my at-home warmups.

  27. dfgchvjbk says:

    those runs were so good to exercise with!!!!

  28. Phoenix Maldonado says:

    When you are playing and not singing with the piano, is there someone
    singing low off camera? Because I keep hearing someone else singing?

  29. Beverly Miller says:

    Hi Adonis what type of exercises can you do for timing if any?

  30. willowhall says:

    Fantastic!!!!!!! Thank you so much

  31. real truther says:

    he looks just like floyde mayweather

  32. Poor Soul says:

    AMAZING video… you get straight to it without all the talk. Thumbs up

  33. man I love your videos but that music at the beginning of your videos is
    annoying AF

  34. You give the best vocal work out ever!!

  35. Rediscover your voice and join our five week singing course in four part a cappella harmony, with a final performance for your friends and family.

  36. If you’re truly tone deaf, then chances are high you may’t sing.

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