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40 thoughts on “How To Sing / Controlling Vibrato / Becoming A Unique Artist”

  1. Can you do a video on how kind of set up a vocal regimen, like how often should a person practice, and how long etc.? And how to know when to take vocal rests and stuff. 🙂

  2. There are plenty of advices on Youtube regarding singing. If I were you, I’d start comparing different videos by singers and try to find advices that are similar. Because most of the techniques were sought out ages ago and there is a limited numbers of misconceptions in breathing, placement, etc. Try to mimic different singers and stick with licks that feel comfortable. Comfort is the biggest thing about singing – nothing ever should be forced or cause pain. I think this channel is a good start.

  3. FabulousKilljoy917

    My voice is kinda frustrating, sometimes it’ll sound really good some days & do a lot of that stuff but others it’ll just kinda fall flat n not sound really good for a number of days. I feel like I have a lot if potential but I’m just not sure how to exercise my voice the right way to make it so{:l

  4. Thanks for this. 🙂 I’m having trouble tih vibrato. It’s slowly coming, but I know that if it’s not controlled, it can be a bit icky. 😛

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  6. Hi Brett,

    I have a question that I’m sure many others are wondering too.
    Exercise can help you sing better but what about using weights or strength training? Do they hinder your ability to be the best singer you can be?

  7. When I’m singing it feels like my voice is stuck in my throat. It’s not nasal, it sounds a bit hoarse, but my throat is not tired. It needs to be clearer. Anyone can point me to a video?

  8. they already did that , its in their video vaults already, I usually practise every day, I practise when ever I have free time all day, my vocal warm up length varies just enough to for my voice to sing as long as I need to , a few songs will be a shorter warm up,a lot of songs will be a longer warm up, vocal rest should be taken when you realize you need to eg. when you sing and feel pain, its all in there

  9. thatkidrauhlgirl

    My thing is, I’m singing correctly but my vibrato is still not coming through. Am I trying too hard or what’s going on?? I bought the program but it’s not helping in that area. Also which disc helps with extending range?

  10. It took a while for my vibrato to develop, much longer than anything else. Within recent months, it’s developed leaps and bounds because I noticed I was neglecting nasality and started working on that daily. Is there anything in the program you skip or find difficult? If everything is going good, it might just take a long time, i believe there is a vibrato program available too, might be worth a go.

  11. Used to have great vibrato and control. I’m a 55 year old male. Three months ago, I had to have a tonsillectomy. I was very up front with the anesthesiologist about the care that must be taken during intubation with regard to the vocal cords and I’m certain there was no damage done there. However, I still have not regained any vibrato. Is it just gone? ENT has checked my cords and says there is no damage.

  12. i was wondering if anyone could go check out my video of me playing the guitar and singing my origin song, and tell me what you think and maybe give me a tip. i love making music and want to play live in front of people but dont know if i’m a decent singer. thanks..

  13. i do vibrato by moving my larynx :/…is this a healthy way to do vibrato because i did alot of vibrato exercises but no natural vibrato is out..what do i do?

  14. Sing a “Oh” while lightly pushing on your diaphragm. That starts the beginning of the process. I own all of bretts programs and that is used whenever vibrato is being learned

  15. SailorPokemonMoon

    Is your speaking/talking voice supposed to sound the same as your singing voice?
    I also have a vibrato I even have a vibrato when I’m NOT singing XD someone scared me once and I screamed with a vibrato in it. Looking back I think that’s kinda funny

  16. No, it is not correct. You don’t have to move your lx up and down but let it stay free and flexible. People who don’t know how to produce vibrato look for it moving larynx or they think it comes out from diaphragm movement. This is not what has o happen. By the way, vibrato is one of the most difficult thing to teach but it is possible….only if you have a relaxed larynx and proper emission of the sound

  17. Hilos Invisibles

    Dear Brett, very good advice. Im a fan from Perú… Just one thing I wanted to point out, in a very positive way, Pavarotti did not passed away in the 70s, he passed away in 2007.

  18. I do have a problem with my vibrato, it’s fast, too fast that it feels like something’s spinning in my throat, and I can’t produce it while belting in my upper chest, help ?

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