How To Sing David Coverdale – Whitesnake – Here I Go Again – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy

How To Sing David Coverdale – Whitesnake – Here I Go Again – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy
David Coverdale is arguably one of the most respected rock singers of all time.

I wanted to show you guys the kind of compression / distortion he uses, and how to achieve it safely.

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39 thoughts on “How To Sing David Coverdale – Whitesnake – Here I Go Again – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy”

  1. Hello Ken, I’ve got a question, when trying to sing song like these should
    i rely only on the support coming from my torso, and never really force it
    by trying to sing louder?

  2. Nice! I didn’t know the name of this song, but I had heard it once the
    chorus started. I find the more relaxed and ‘laid back’ I am, the better I
    can hit notes, so I am constantly refining myself and these vids really
    help. I’d love some Fleetwood Mac from you-maybe “Rhiannon”? heheh! Anyway,
    have a good one!

  3. excellent job as always. I recently stumbled across your YouTube channel. I
    remember being a kid and discovered your music. nice to see you are still
    singing and haven’t lost a step. I live Whitesnake. do Guilty of Love next
    😊

  4. Great vox, Ken!! Question – does this compression to which you refer have
    anything to do with actually lowering the larynx in terms of muscle
    control of the vocal cords?

  5. Hey Ken, great cover! I wanna buy How To Sing Better Than Anyone Else. How
    long does it take me to become quite good, maybe good enough to sing in a
    band? I would definitely practice at least one hour a day…

  6. Ken that was f****** awesome holy crap if I had a band and I would hire you
    as a lead singer then again I probably wouldn’t be able to afford you LOL
    Anyways Awesome video keep rocking on

  7. beautiful high notes. i think this is a great example of singing “in the
    style of” versus “like” someone. it was still Ken. if you listen to Jorn
    Lande covering Whitesnake he sounds exactly like Coverdale even though he’s
    an extremely talented and accomplished singer on his own merit

  8. Coverdale perfectly suits your voice! Best I’ve ever seen. I’d love to hear
    your take on Dreams by your cousin lol. Man is that a hard one to sing

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