Worship Vocals – The Pathway of Singing, Using Resonators, Lines of Harmony

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A singing lesson from the Musicademy Worship Vocals Course focussing on breathing and “resonators” in your body that assist your singing. This is taught using the song How Great Though Art

The lesson also covers Lines of Harmony featuring Ben Cantelon and the song What A Friend I’ve Found

Interviews with worship leaders Vicky Beeching, Brenton Brown, Noel Richards and Tommy Walker – what do the pro’s find difficult about singing?

Tips on vocals and worship musicianship by Musicademy’s Andy Chamberlain

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9 thoughts on “Worship Vocals – The Pathway of Singing, Using Resonators, Lines of Harmony

  1. foryahsoul says:

    This is a legit lesson! Stay blessed!

  2. At 14:30 you said you were going to sing a 3rd above and then you sang a 4th above. Ben on high harmony is the best version. The melody is much easier to identify.

  3. Attizzoso Dissaldato says:

    is the left woman an humanoid?

    1. kay mbewe says:

      Ha ha ha ha ..lol…..Sophie the first robot to be given citizenship in Saudi Arabia?

  4. Franz Heidlberger says:

    after #runalpha16 it will go viral! after minute 14.

  5. Chris Kelly says:

    That moment when the guy comes in and you’re like, “dang that guy looks like the worship leader Ben Cantelon” and she says ‘This is Ben’ and your mind is blown LOL.

    1. Musicademy says:

      We were delighted to have Ben with us. We know him from Soul Survivor days.

  6. Mohamed Safwan says:

    the best success that I have had was by following the Bens Singer Blog (just google it) definately the most useful method i’ve followed.

  7. Collin Chingota says:

    I loved the harmony section. Learnt a lot. Thanks

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