Vocal Lesson 1- Breath Support

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Joseph Meyers is explaining how to obtain proper breath support, focus and resonance. He has taught Master Classes around the world. He is one of the best voice teachers in the U.S.

40 thoughts on “Vocal Lesson 1- Breath Support

  1. When I expand the ribcage I can sing long phrases but it’s difficult to
    take a new breath quickly because the tension from the expanded ribcage
    seems to prevent this. Any suggestions? Thanks again!

  2. I’m just Learing how to sing with breath control, is he any good?

  3. Larry Reed says:

    It was good to hear your voice and to see you once again. I remember well
    the many lessons you gave me. The best thing about Joe and Violette is that
    they care about the whole person not just the singer. All of our love to
    you both, Larry and Felicity

  4. Thank you. I’ll be looking forward to implementing it. It makes a lot of
    sense!

  5. josue melendez says:

    gracias esta buenisimo quisiera mas

  6. godinez84 says:

    great!!! we need more ur great thanks

  7. RADAMES1983 says:

    I liked very much your video, its exactly the same things I’ve been
    studying. (and I’ve had the same problems you’re talking about). You
    exsplaned it very clearly and logically. Just one another thing that you do
    when you show thing but you didn’t say anything about it: The low position
    of the lurenx. It’s very important because it is actually the base of the
    Caruso- Melocchi new vocal technique. I was doing for 2 years (and continue
    doing it every day) eccersises for keeping the lorenx down.

  8. RADAMES1983 says:

    Also a very important thing is to cover the sound (especially for tenors).
    It is very bad for the voice to sing with “open” or “uncovered” sound after
    the “passaggio” (about mi-fa for tenors). But to learn how to do all those
    things this guy needs a good teacher and big control.

  9. paulchristian72 says:

    the best vocal lesson ever on youtube.would be very thankfull if you posted
    more videos and lessons.thank you

  10. When he sung the “no” part near the end was funny, lol. Great vid…

  11. godinez84 says:

    any more vids??? this was great we need these lesons and technique

  12. His expertise and professionalism is top notch.

  13. MDLprodaction says:

    your the cutest old man and the best vocal teacher i would ever ask =] i
    love you old man :D

  14. Laurel reese says:

    wow thanks for real.. this really helped :]

  15. chewtoy1989 says:

    That was VERY, VERY informative and it helped me. Thank you!! 5 stars

  16. What a great video! And a great teacher too! :D

  17. A well versed instructor 🙂 –a lot better than some of the frauds on
    youtube.

  18. agapemusic28 says:

    right on here! he knows his stuff. Solid technique.

  19. Sukuraidogai says:

    Thank you so very much! どうもありがとうございました。

  20. carousel1130 says:

    The reason 99% of home study programs don’t work is b/c they don’t explain
    what he’s explaining. Most people aren’t lucky enough to find a teacher
    like this.

  21. Zezo Kassai says:

    @MDLprodaction Funniest old man ever, isn’t he? And best vocal teacher i’ve
    ever seen. Wish i could have lessons with him :)

  22. This is an excellent wealth of inforamtion. When is the next lesson?

  23. Baoban Shee says:

    omg I wish you were my vocal teacher !!

  24. SeizeTheMoment1000 says:

    Thank you so very much for this video this is a huge help, thank you!

  25. Selrisitai says:

    You sound a lot like Alan Arkin when you say “I have nothing”. XD

  26. Leann Ganzon says:

    The most practical information I got in breath control, May God Bless all
    your effort Grand Father, I’m a 10 year old Filipina girl, no voice lessons
    taken ever but got raw talent in singing, This will surely help me,
    especially now that I am experiencing adolescent voice change…

  27. Leann Ganzon says:

    OMG, when I wrote my first comment, I was just on the first half of the
    video the last part was really a great lesson too on FOCUS and Mask
    Resonation… Where’s the continuation of this video? Please have mercy on
    us, who wants to learn from you….YOU ARE GREAT!

  28. Jaroslav Joch says:

    Mr. Meyers, you are a wonderful teacher. Why don´t you create a similar
    video on resonance to create an operatic bass-voice. It would be very much
    appreciated. Sincerely, Tomas from Prague tomas.miller@hotmail.com

  29. That’s good?! I think that was great! Thank you much sir! m/ -_- m/

  30. This is excellent. Thanks very much.

  31. Jizz Epees Pizzeria says:

    Concise, effective tips.

  32. Grace Alcasten says:

    Go to singbe.com they have a vocal voice training guide with these types of
    exercises and more. For any level.

  33. Jeff Easlick says:

    I believe I have approximately 9 hours of unedited video tapes where he
    conducts Master classes but don’t have access to them right now. Once I
    return to Florida (and I get his permission) I will look into releasing
    them. If you contact him directly, he’ll be more than pleased to talk with
    you.

  34. But don’t these techniques give everyone a similar sounding voice?

  35. Sinis Tor says:

    Any more from this man? Thank you!

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