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Vocal Resonance for Beginner Singers

In this episode, international vocal coach Kevin Richards explains the often confusing concept of vocal resonance.

Many singers struggle to not strain as they sing from low notes to high notes or singing out of key and not understanding proper resonance is usually the problem. Kevin Richards goes over the simplest way possible to find proper placement of your vocal resonance.

The example in this video is geared toward male voices stating that “middle resonance” is on “middle C”. For female voices move that position to “middle G” of the “G” note above “middle C” on the piano. “Middle G” would feel in te middle of the mouth for most female voices.


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8 thoughts on “Vocal Resonance for Beginner Singers / Free Singing Lesson / Rock the Stage NYC

  1. Dirk Diggler says:

    Probably one of the best and easiest to understand video you’ve put out.
    Just want to clarify one thing though. When you say “above” you mean above
    in the same spot right? So the roof of your mouth above that spot for high

  2. Nate Wolfe says:

    okay now how to maintain that resonance in the mouth with the breath
    support and not falling back into the throat?..

  3. arvis3run says:

    Thank you! This video actually helped immediately

  4. Mator Irru says:

    Is this middle C the same note for all the male voices? Even low bases?

  5. That is off topic, but I was recently wondering why is opera sung on a
    lowered larynx? What are the benefits of this technique compared to neutral
    larynx technique that lead to it becoming tradition in classical schools of

  6. beattherapydotcom says:

    at 1:02 – you seem to be singing an octave above the note you’re playing…

  7. Brilliant! You just helped me discover one of my sticking points! I picked
    up some used SLS CDs about a year ago doubting that I could ever hit a
    pitch properly. Well, I’ve made some progress, but did not realize that
    this was something that was causing me problems. I was hitting the right
    pitch but it sounded like I was gargling marbles! I watched this post
    yesterday and kept it in mind while I was practicing today. Bingo! With the
    tongue trills, lip rolls and other silly stuff there is some much meat
    moving in your mouth how could you feel where the resonance is?! It is even
    harder as the resonance moves forward towards the trilling tongue and
    flapping lips! Thank you, thank you, thank you! I hope to pick up your
    course in the near future.

  8. It’s no wonder to me why most of my students have undergone some kind of personal transformation during our course of study.

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