How to Sing Over Your First Bridge

Learn how to sing over your first bridge and erase the BREAK in your voice. Check it out!

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7 thoughts on “How to Sing Over Your First Bridge”

  1. Thanks for the info Adam! I’ve been listening to you intently to try and improve my cover songs. THanks again.

  2. Grandma's Gone Gaming

    Thank you, Adam. I turned 69 on November 29, 2018. From the time I was just tiny, I wanted nothing more than to sing. I sang in many choirs over the years, as well as doing solo work, plus I played trumpet, cornet, guitar, accordion, and piano. From about 2000 until last year, I started having increasing difficulties singing, due to arthritic problems, wherein I became increasingly bent forward (to basically a sitting position while “standing”),to the point that my diaphragm was pretty effectually squashed and ineffective, plus my head and neck were pretty constantly at an odd, stretched angle. I was able to, for some reason, continue to whistle, and even hum somewhat, but other than that, I pretty much gave up, which broke my heart. My range went from a consistent G2 – E6 (which used to frustrate me no end, because though I could occasionally reach that 4th octave, it wasn’t a given), to maybe (at the most, and very inconsistently) A3 – F4, with no power, whatsoever.

    On May 19, 2017, my right hip broke itself, resulting in a total hip replacement, In July, my left hip was also replaced. Since then, I have gradually progressed, physically (still doing so), and can now walk UPRIGHT gain (completely on my own, most of the time), and…I have my singing voice back…at least somewhat. My range has improved back down to the G2, with ease, and up to E5 most of the time. I’m working hard on stretching that upper limit, and wouldn’t mind even being able to reach lower, instead (or additionally). 😉 Plus I’m working on reconditioning my diaphragm, which has been inactive for so very long. The joy I’m recapturing from all of this is so wonderful! /

    I wasn’t going to watch this video, but decided I can use all the help I can get. You reminded me of exercises I used to take for granted and do from long, long habit, all the time, that I had totally forgotten! One of the most difficult things I’ve been facing, has been that first bridge! Thank you VERY much for the process reminder! It’s greatly appreciated.

  3. LJ Madrigal Music

    7th. By the way, is the bridge of every man found in the same area? Because my bridge is around G and G#, idk.

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