Learn To Sing Like Bruce Dickinson

How To Sing Like Brian JohnsonACDCKen Tamplin Vocal Academy

Hey guys Ken Tamplin back here again at KenTamplin Vocal Academy. Were going to take on ACDC next. I put together a cool littlemedley. And talk about a longstanding career these guys have had, and they're still outthere doing it. So we're going to do it first and then talk about it after like wealways do, here we go. Okay. So most of this is a head voice,like a reinforced falsetto or head voice, bright head tone. Now, I actually, in thistrack, I pulled up chest for most of it because I like a thicker, fatter kind of a, you know,David Coverdale sort of sound, so I didn't mix quite as much is he does, but you knowif you've got that “Back In Black!� and he's got that real

Highpitched “Hit The Sack!â€� You know,righté And I actually brought a lot of girth up into that sound, but if you watch my tutorialon head voice, you can actually get a whole lot of information to help you grow this soundand be able to negotiate bringing your chest and handing it off to the head to be ableto create the sound. So, thank you for joining me, Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy, and more onyour way.

How To Sing Like John Fogerty Fortunate Son part 2 Creedence Clearwater Ken Tamplin

Hey guys, welcome back to Ken Tamplin VocalAcademy, and I got a lot of requests to do this one. I did a couple small snippets ofit, and people said hey, could you please go ahead and do the whole tune. So, it's Credence. JohnFogerty's the singer, and the songs called “Fortunate Son�, and it goes like this. Whooh! Alright, so, great, great, talentedguy. And what a fabulous songwriter, and most of this is just hard – core belting, rightin the upper mid voice. And what I teach in my course is that we first have to grow thechest voice to build a nice, strong, powerful chest voice. Then we grow our head voice,and then we can mix the sound together. But

for the most part, this is the kind of songwhere most singers are at, where that kind of feel like they are always at the crest,or the zenith, or the pinnacle, or the top of their range, and this is one of the tuneswhere if you can master it you can actually pretty much actually sing almost anything in thissort of belting register. So, anyway, thank you for joining me. We've got more on yourway. Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy.

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