Voice lessons – interactive singing lesson!

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Solfege for first singing exercise: do ti do, do ti re do ti sol, re mi fa.
Second vocal exercise: re mi fa la sol me fa me re do

An interactive singing lesson where you sing along to help you become a better singer 🙂

35 thoughts on “Voice lessons – interactive singing lesson!

  1. Christian Cunningham says:

    how do you take all of the breath out of your tone ??

  2. Audriana Moody says:

    Best version of doing warm-ups with solfeges! I need to learn how to do it
    like that. Because other warm-ups can get quick boring

  3. PunkRockFreak09 says:

    I don’t know. His band is amazing too!

  4. sebastian svendsen says:

    The second lesson was very helpful.. thank you

  5. amanda kiser says:

    Loved the video really helped! Going to check out your website…

  6. disclaimer05 says:

    Most people (especially musicians) forget that the music industry is a
    business. Its not how well you can sing or play, its who you can sell your
    music to. He is a fantastic singer and writer, but he would have to be a
    little more mainstream in order to become “famous.” Do you think Rihanna,
    Kesha, Justin Bieber, and Adam Levine are the best singers on the planet?
    Of course not. They are just highly marketable to a particular demographic.

  7. You are just the best teacher in the world! xx

  8. Tiffany Atisso says:

    As he literally speaks to you as equal not higher than, and yet he is
    showing to be versatile and sharing with out ego boasting…….I imagine,
    this is only the beginning.ALSO Walk of the Earth as example shows if one
    reaches our in real tv you tube type personal relationship …and versatile
    new creative way to create with FANS that will shoot to push those they
    have learned from or met to the top!You dear prince have my vote!

  9. Tiffany Atisso says:

    I don’t agree as far as how marketable this guy is..he has the old Tom
    Cruise appeal from the classic 80’s movies, or better.. modern prince,
    phantom of the opera, breakfast club bad boy with sincere handsome &
    somehow familiar to under dog etc. to both women, men, (could be our child)
    young adults, teens all around etc due to his likable chill down to earth,
    yet smooth “you could to be…” attitude.

  10. Tiffany Atisso says:

    LET US NOT FORGET GOONIES AND THAT KISS!

  11. disclaimer05 says:

    Well that’s great, but who is the target market for his music? Considering
    that he is indeed attractive, and the tone of his voice is unique, he
    should market himself to the 25-40 adult contemporary listeners (e.g The
    Fray, Thriving Ivory, Train, The Script). Unique voices do not do as well
    with young listeners and his style of writing is more complex; complexity
    isn’t as appreciated by younger listeners. He could go somewhere IF he
    began treating his music like a product and not art.

  12. Tiffany Atisso says:

    Today’s society young and old have unfolded purpose..diverse and
    artistic..and so beautiful to watch mom granddad and/or children relate!

  13. Tiffany Atisso says:

    Music industry has began to evolve, flow,where the money is right?Meaning
    the marketing with the talented youngens and even the parents of those
    tuning in are welcoming and supporting the effort worldwide..wouldn’t you?
    Forget playing xbox for fun when you can learn to post tutorials and have a
    channel!So where does this leave the pockets of the soon to be WOODSTOCK
    music industry leaders and its money makers. ADS and support, backing of
    those whom are generating their own fans,cost effective.

  14. Tiffany Atisso says:

    .With that said, school grounds alone show potential as these young talents
    are able to freely explore gifts they may in lets say IN my day MAY not
    have due to possible embarrassment…now we have strong up coming role
    models showing the world as a much more diverse welcoming place and with
    the easiest access again unlike as well, me as a youngen.

  15. Tiffany Atisso says:

    ! However, Reggie Watson I believe is the comedian’s name I think of…You
    can YouTube him, its about a full package, focus spread so thin over all
    the realms of art …in one personWe would imagine this cluttered thought
    or never giving 100% however, the generation has changed to show humans are
    remarkable…and absorbs much more than thought as this comes with out
    boundaries and limitations other than the will to learn and drive to follow
    through..

  16. Tiffany Atisso says:

    If reading about the industry,it is about complex multI-talent training,
    outreach and mixing opposite GENRE/style etc of music,beginning let us say
    (although not the first)with Nuttin but Stringz. These boys had opened this
    new realm of outside the box free for all on dynamics of the ability of the
    intertwined cultural music as one with hip hop and classical putting a
    major show on with their violins full back bend braids hitting the floor
    and hip hop bass sounding absolutely amazing!

  17. Tiffany Atisso says:

    . !You WOULD SO BE SURPRISED.. kids NEED THE COMPLEXITY..CULTURE THEY ARE
    SPONGES REACHING BEYOND WHAT LIMITS WE KNEW…LOOK AT ADOBE VOICES AS an
    EXAMPLE..ALSO NOTE, ARTISTS ARE BECOMING APPRECIATED as such while the
    typical MUSIC INDUSTRY IS FALLING THROUGH… TYPICAL MARKETING WILL NOT
    WORK ANYMORE…MAJOR ARTICLES ON THIS….WHOOPS, CAPS LOCK NOT YELLING .
    Sorry for that,.

  18. Tiffany Atisso says:

    Hope this posted to be able to read down through and yes with typo errors
    from copy paste etc..thanks though for the wonderful perspective disclaimer!

  19. Tiffany Atisso says:

    This has assisted the break i needed..or… rather the click .Years of
    lessons, and stage performing, had spinal trauma..recovery was not able to
    allow singing as I had strain etc…anyhow through many amazing gifted
    artist sharing their methods, I have intertwined singing with my exercise
    routine and stretch/breathing (exactly as specialist had directed lol)
    However..luv, you have,intro. me to… surprisingly new warm up ..there it
    was..the prince..you have held the key for me.Thank you!

  20. Shiyona Matsuoka says:

    dunno, Kesha’s singing voice without autotune sounds absolutely fantastic

  21. Cesar Samayoa says:

    Than you for this awesome tutorial 

  22. Singing along… But still feel out of key/tune/pitch :)

  23. Leifur Thorleifs says:

    Have been searching for good singing lessons on youtube for a long time
    now, at last i found it.
    Hope your private lessons are still available on skype.
    Thank you Saher Galt!

  24. Nadia Pauline says:

    love it!!..gotta get your download man!

  25. Boni Mareike says:

    The Melodie is Amanzing……. Ich liebe es… !!!
    Hast du zu der Melodie einen Song geschrieben…???

  26. Me: Singing in my comfortable range!

    Mom: Whose the girl singing? She sounds beautiful! *_*

    Me: T-T

  27. whitney smith says:

    i still sing this 😀 everyday and have since I first found this a couple
    years ago. I showed my previous vocal coach and he loved it

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