Vocal Coach Reaction to Fans Singing #5

Vocal coach Tristan Paredes reacts to his fans singing.

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40 thoughts on “Vocal Coach Reaction to Fans Singing #5”

  1. I love these videos so much! Still such great help as a singer even if you’re not the one singing! I’d love to see your reaction to The 1975’s (Matt Healy’s) live vocals as there’s a lot of debate about it! Keep up the vids! <3

  2. So i have problem, when I’m singing it sounds like my voice is numb (idk how to explain it i used google translate lol, im not fluent in English) even tho it’s not hard for me to sing but it’s sound like it is. When im singing from my throat it’s high pitched and weak. Idk if this make sanse lol

    1. nanariii _ Singing from your throat provides more of a “head voice” which is the higher end of your vocal range. If it sounds thin, you either can’t quite hit that note or you’re not releasing enough air to carry the sound. Try singing in more of chest voice or a mix of head and chest, it’ll be lower pitched but may provide more control and you can work up to the high notes

  3. I’m sorry but I have to say this, the guy who used the clarinet in his video used right over left, and it makes me cringe every time I see people do that it’s supposed to be left over right. I know this is a voice channel, but I do play the clarinet have for almost eleven years. Sorry for the rant, I know it was just for show, but I had to say that so if anyone else wants to use the clarinet in their videos you know how to hold the clarinet.

  4. My cousin was getting vocal lessons and he’s really good now. Then he told me to have a good voice you should avoid eating greasy foods. Does what type of food you eat has any impact to how you sing?

  5. Why am I watching these kind of videos? I can’t even hit the notes correctly 🤣 pretty much sounding like a dying pig
    I need different advice

  6. I think it’s relevant that you placed “Skip to the good stuff” on that first video because I have been working lately to get my voice consistent and engaging throughout full songs. There shouldn’t be “good parts” in artistry. The moment the singer opens their mouth the performance should have people stuck in awe. I think it would be cool if you did a video on this topic. Like basically how to put emphasis on all the parts of songs and not just focus on waiting and making the chorus/bridge parts sound good to the audience.

  7. Jacob Leevai Ostrer

    Ahhhhh nice. I am a singer/lead guitar player and have spent years refining my guitar playing and not nearly enough time on proper vocal technique. This channel may have saved me ahahahah.

  8. I’m not a singer, but I really enjoy watching your videos. would it be possible to have you react to adam levine’s vocals

  9. I work in radio so I’m constantly doing work on a mic. I also sing a little bit. Resting your voice is absolutely crucial.

  10. Maria Dominguez

    This is my favourite channel with no doubth ! also, can you react to Harry Styles voice? I would love to see that video 🙂

  11. I think the main problem people have when wanting to sing better is usually breath control, most of the clips seem to show voices that are a little shaky and unstable – a lot of them have comments made on fragility of high notes which I think is probably due to bad breathing habits

  12. Christian Payumo

    but i thought i read online that singing through your nose is bad? like it’ll sound nasally i suppose? please confirm this and thank you 🙂

  13. Tristan, you said in your other video that when you’re voice cracks, or stop suddenly (like the voice wouldn’t come through) during singing, was because the muscle was turned off or smth. What should I do to fix it?

  14. i think i have the issue of the 3rd person, where i try to sing to high and it makes me too nasally. but im having issues getting back to putting sound out of my mouth. are there exercises to help this of anything that will help me do this?

  15. These videos have been super helpful! I’ve had practically no training and it’s been bothering me because I knew I have some issues with my technique but some of these tips seem like exactly what I need. I never really understood the nasal airflow thing but I think I get it now! Also generally all the tips about higher notes. I’ve always had trouble with them.

    I can’t wait to test this when my voice gets better! (Man, it’s hard to watch these without just immediately wanting to experiment but my voice really needs lots of rest right now.) Thank you!

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