Advanced Singing Lessons Part One: How To Sing Powerful and Impressive Low Notes

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In this singing lesson I will show you how singing low notes can be as easy as speaking. This is part one of my Singing Secrets Video Series where I share a lot of my best and most effective techniques and exercises.

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42 thoughts on “Advanced Singing Lessons Part One: How To Sing Powerful and Impressive Low Notes”

  1. TheLivingHeiromartyr

    Thankyou, this really worked for me, I’m kind of an aspiring Basso Profundo
    and the notes like Bb 1 to C 1 I could only sort of murmur, but this
    technique allows me to put good power behind them. Thankyou 🙂

  2. Clay Tall Stories

    I have been singing professionally for 25 years and after watching your
    videos realize just how much I don’t know about singing. So much more to
    learn. Thank you for sharing your talent. You have a new subscriber.

  3. A great video! I just want to ask something… When I sing, there’s few
    notes in my head voice that I can reach, but they sound really hoarse and
    it doesn’t feel good while singing those notes. And after some time of
    singing, I can’t hit low notes and my voice sounds nasal. Sometimes I have
    little bit of throat pain after singing, too…. Any idea what could be my
    problem? Cheers!

  4. i had d same problem some time back …………. there is a possibility u
    might have laryngitis ………. mine was a chronic one ……… i m not
    sure but i suggest u get yourself self checked once ……….. getting a
    good vocal coach might be of sum help too …… its probably because of
    wrong singing technique …………

  5. What happens if I can’t go anymore lower, and if I do, I will end up in
    vocal fry.
    So is it the limit of my vocal range? If so, is there any way to expand the
    lower range?

  6. Is there any tutorial for thje the techniques Tim Foust and Avi Kaplan use?
    I figured how to do growl notes down around A1-F1. But how do you get the
    low chesty sound? Subharmonics? I’m a baritone and I can easily hit D2, but
    I like singing bass. How do I get lower notes comfortably?Like C2-C1?

  7. Taichientaoyin

    I learned from other videos that when singing the low notes one should not
    fall back on the throat. I tend to do this when singing low notes. my notes
    lack resonance and power.Instead one should think that low notes come from
    or live in your mouth. This video adds another aspect of it for me: chest
    resonance.I tried it from my chest and the throat remained relaxed. I will
    practice more.

  8. Read and sing together when making ready dinner, and eat collectively discussing in regards to the events of the day or something vital on the information channel.

  9. Vocal nodules happen when someone uses their voice incorrectly over long periods of time with the wrong vocal technique, where the vocal folds rub together causing friction which in turn causes blister like lumps on the vocal folds, preventing the voice from functioning in it’s normal manner.

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