Voice Lessons & Vocal Exercises – Eve Soto – Bruno Mars – Sustaining, Breathing & Flexibility

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ReadyToSing Eve Soto , coaches YOU through this challenging and fun vocal exercise put to “Marry You” bu Bruno Mars This voice lesson is designed to improve your breathing, pitch sustaining, vibrato & crescendos.. Repeat this exercise until it becomes easier, then use it as a warm- up.
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43 thoughts on “Voice Lessons & Vocal Exercises – Eve Soto – Bruno Mars – Sustaining, Breathing & Flexibility

  1. I really love your method…. I am huge into gospel/r&b style so it fits me
    perfectly and I have been singing for over 15 years professionally I
    started coaching voice for the past year. I can’t wait to start working
    some of these exercises with my students… thank you sooooo much…

  2. you are amazing your tricks got me a audition and i got the part because of
    your tricks… thank you so much

  3. You make it fun, just like the way I do it also for my students and
    clients. Thank you because I can warm up myself with you before hitting up
    my students. You’re awesome.

  4. My Gawddd Your Awesome for putting this online especially since many people
    cannot afford the expensive vocal coachea or lessons. Your Amazing !! = ]

  5. What I got from the video: Breathe, sing a bunch of random notes, breathe,
    show off vocal ability, breathe. Pretty good tho!

  6. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and using a song that’s well know
    helps newbies feel more comfortable right of the bat. Good selection! Keep
    up the good work. All singers need to learn how to sustain a note
    adequately to help with their performances.

    Best, Marvin

  7. Although we now have this record, I’ll reiterate that studying an instrument can be easy when you’re truly into it. The extra you find it irresistible, the better it gets.

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