Voice Lessons: Vocal Vibrato (Part. 1)

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This is Part 1 of my Youtube voice lesson series on Vibrato. When I give lessons as a voice coach I get asked about it all the time. In this video, I answer the following questions:

– What is vibrato?
– What are wrong ways of producing it?
– What is good approach for getting it in my voice?

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42 thoughts on “Voice Lessons: Vocal Vibrato (Part. 1)

  1. ok Im with ya.. Now, ending on the “see” in Oh say can u see”, how do I put
    vibrata in the “see”. The “see” is just coming out without it! Please help
    πŸ™

  2. hey my friend mentioned something called the runs, he said it was REALLY
    hard to do and it was a rapid vibrato and tht you have to push hard with
    your chest, what is he talking about and can someone explain how to do it?

  3. He has videos on riffs and runs, but he teaches with learning to relax your
    stomach and throat. It’s just changing notes quickly, not vibrating it.

  4. This is going to sound weird coming from a dude, but your voice just
    talking is kind of relaxing. A nice thing to hear while learning.

  5. You’re soooo CUTE!!!! Just had to say.. Also I’ve subscribed cuz not only
    for that reason, but also you have the best sound i’ve personally heard
    from a YouTube voice coach. Thx for that! Will b watcing πŸ˜‰

  6. These comments are cracking me up! I love the tutorial…very informative
    yet simplistic. πŸ™‚ Thanks Arceneaux!

  7. I think the point is to find a voice that is your own, and you are
    comfortable with. Experimenting with different vocal sounds, qualities and
    timbres is great, but coming straight at singing with a voice that’s an
    unnatural mimic of something else is going to limit you. Learning to sing
    in your natural voice allows you to gain full control and understanding of
    your voice- to then do with it whatever you want! Learning to sing in an
    artificial voice restricts you from the beginning

  8. This is great. I especially enjoyed the part about not using the “gospel
    mouth”. Also, finding and using your own voice like your speaking voice.
    Thank you!

  9. Wow.. u sound great.. but what I don’t get is when I try too vibrat.. I
    don’t know when..and how long..that is my main problem..

  10. What is that sentence we have to say with you? D: How safe(?) can we see?
    english isn’t my native language and sometimes i can’t catch phrases well..
    πŸ™

  11. i dont have a good speak voice, so i have to make my voice a little bit
    deeper that it sounds better. can I not do it ? is it wrong to do that ? i
    mean not everyone has a nice voice like u ….

  12. What’s your take on drinking, & singing? I know we don’t inhale beer. Haha
    but. The positive I can think of is that if you just stick to having a
    couple. It’ll make you more relaxed, & ready to blow pplz minds! πŸ˜› :)..:P

  13. Since singing is a coordinated act, it is difficult to discuss any of the individual technical areas and processes without relating them to the others.

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