How To Sing Like Your Favorite Artist pt2
Hello, and welcome. I'm Ryan Higa, professional singer and vocalstiloligerizerist. You might remember me from How To Sing Like Your Favorite Artist part 1. Well this one's completely different. It's not as good. With that being said, welcome to How To Sing Like Your Favorite Artist part 2. Remember that scary movie quot;The Grudgequot;é Make the sound that the little girl in quot;The Grudgequot; makes.
(groaning) Just sing like you normally would sing. â™ª When I met you in the summer! â™ª .and add the little Grudge girl sound. â™ª When I met you in the summer. â™ª â™ª To my heartbeat sound. â™ª â™ª We fell in love. â™ª â™ª As the leaves turned brown. â™ª
grunting noises In order to sound like The Weekend, you have to literally make your face frozen to the point where it's numb and you can't feel it anymore. â™ª I can't feel my face when I'm with you. â™ª And once you get the frozen face down, all you have to do is act like you're sad and depressed.
â™ª I'm just tryna get you out the friend zone. â™ª And if people can't hear you, just use a megaphone. â™ª I only call you when it's half past. â™ª In order to sound like Fetty Wap, just sing as if you just got hit in the nuts. Or for girls to relate, just make the sound you make when you cut wind. You know, when you get the wind knocked out of you, you make the sound that's like stressed inhale and then just sing like that. Fetty Wap.
Auuugh! â™ª Baby won't you come my wayé â™ª grunting You know when you're yawning and you still try to talk; that sound it makesé yawning All you have to do is sing, while you yawn. yawning â™ª You and me we made a vow. â™ª
â™ª You say I'm crazy. â™ª â™ª And you don't think. â™ª laughing You know when you're a little kid where you're on the verge of crying but you do your best to try and suck it upé You know, the borderline where you're trying to fight back your tears, because you know once you start crying, you're not gonna be able to stop.
How to Belt Singing Techniques Part 1
How to Belt Part 1Hi there everyone this is Kerri Ho from thesongbirdtree where we get grounded, take flight, and sing.Now today I'd like to address the question, how to belt. There is massive confusion outthere in terms of how to define what belt is and how to correctly access belt in yourvoice. Cause it's such a big topic, I'm actually gonna do this across two tutorials.So today what I'm gonna cover is, what is belting. And in order for me to be ableto explain what belting is. I will have to show you all the differences between all thedifferent parts of voice and of vocal registers. So that's essentially what I will covertoday. And then in my next tutorial, How to Belt
Part 2. I will then actually give some exercisesto show you how to access it properly. But it's very very important that you reallywatch this and understand the concepts behind it. Otherwise you will actually go about accessingit incorrectly. Okay so without any further ado, let's begin,so what is beltingé There's a myriad of examples of how people define belting. Butwhat I'm gonna say is this is definitely true of belting and this is something probablyall vocal coaches will agree on. Belting is a sound when you sing that is loud, it isvery powerful. There's gonna be a degree of some sort of edge in it. Depending on whatstyle you are singing. So if you are singing
rock for example, there will be more edgeto it. If you are singing some other genre like a Pop or musical theatre there is stilledge in it but depending on the song there might be slightly less edge in it. And a healthybelt has a good balance of both chest and head voice. So that's what belting is. So let me just show you what it sounds like,because sometimes that is still very confusing (just hearing the description) What does abelt actually sound likeé So I'm gonna show you on Beyonce, If I Were A Boy. That chorusspeed, I'll show you what it sounds like to belt that out (me singing). So that is ahealthy belt. If you can see that was loud,
that was powerful, there's a little bitof edge in it and there was a healthy mix of chest and head voice in that. So now thatyou understand what a belt is and what it actually sounds like. Let me now demonstratethe differences in vocal registers. Cause this will help you understand how to correctlybelt. So the first thing is obviously, Chest tone.So your chest voice is the part which is very close to your speaking voice. When I'm speakinglike this it's very comfortable, I'm not thinking much about it. And when we sing inour chest voice, it's pretty much very similar. It's the part of our voice which is reallyeasy to access and we pretty much do it without
thinking. So for example (me singing) it'sa thick good tone because it's lower in your range and then we of course move outto our head voice range. The high notes of your range it's characteristically thinnerin sound compared to chest voice, in a classical or operatic sense it will sound like this(me singing). That's a pure (I guess) head voice where you really feel the resonancehere (pointing to forehead). In a more contemporary setting (me singing) That's me singing inmy head voice. Now that you understand chest and head voice.Now let's talk about mixed voice. Once again a myriad of different definitions out there,that can be very very confusing but this is
really important because having a strong mixedvoice is basically what's gonna help you do a healthy belt sound. So a mixed voice(to me) has to have a blend of chest and head in it (that's why it called mixed) I'veheard other people say that mixed tone is basically your head voice but placed in themask. I actually don't agree with that. For example, just as I sang before in headvoice (me singing) that's my head voice. Now if I were to put that right here in mymask (me singing) Yes, it becomes a little bit more powerful and it's a little bitmore forward and out there. Which makes it sound a lot more (I guess) belty, but to methat doesn't have the edge it needs in it,
Saoirse Ronan Tries To Teach Stephen An Irish Accent
AMERICANS LOVE IRISH PEOPLE. gt;gt; EVEN THE WAY YOU SAID THAT ITSOUNDED VERY IRISH. gt;gt; Stephen: DID IT NOWé gt;gt; NOT BAD WITH THE OLD IRISHBROGUE THERE. gt;gt; Stephen: CAN YOU TEACH METO DO A REAL IRISH ACCENTé gt;gt; I COULD TRY. I COULD CERTAINLY TRY. gt;gt; Stephen: I COULD TRY.
gt;gt; IT COULD BE A CHALLENGE. gt;gt; Stephen: IT COULD BE ACHALLENGE. gt;gt; WE'LL GIVE IT A GP G. BUT IT'S YOUR SHOW. YOU CAN DO WHATEVER YOU WANT. gt;gt; Stephen: GIVE ME A WORD. gt;gt; DON'T TRY STOP. gt;gt; Stephen: WHATEVER YOU'REDOING NOW, STEPHEN.
gt;gt; WHATEVER THAT IS, IT'S WRONG. SO WE'RE GOING TO DO THE RIGHTTHING. THE FIRST THING YOU NEED TOREMEMBER, WHEN A LOT OF PEOPLE TRY TO DO AN IRISH ACCENT THEYALWAYS SORT OF GO UP HERE LIKE THAT THEY KIND OF YES THEYDON'T USE WORDS. gt;gt; Stephen: NO, THEY DON'T. gt;gt; THERE'S NO WORDS, NO COHERENTWORDS. gt;gt; Stephen: OR THEY GO REALLYDEEP.
gt;gt; THAT'S THE IRISH. gt;gt; OKAY. gt;gt; THAT'S THE, LIKE, ANGRY IRISHCATHOLIC. gt;gt; Stephen: THERE'S I'M IRISHAND I'M IRISH. NOTHING IN BETWEEN. gt;gt; IT DEPENDS WHAT YOU WANT TOBE. gt;gt; Stephen: GIVE ME A HOOK. WHAT SHOULD I SAYé
gt;gt; I THINK YOU SHOULD BE BUBBLY. YOU'VE GOT A SHOW. YOU'VE GOT AN AUDIENCE. THEY'VE ALL COME TO SEE YOU. THEY'VE PAID GOOD MONEY. gt;gt; Stephen: THE SHOW IS FREE. THE SHOW IS FREE. gt;gt; THERE'S A TELESCOPE UP THERE.
THERE'S A LOT GOING ON. SO I FEEL LIKE YOU SHOULD BESORT OF YOU SHOULD BE BUBBLY. WHAT YOU NEED TO DO IS KEEP YOURVOICE WHERE IT IS RIGHT NOW. gt;gt; Stephen: RIGHT HERE WHEREIT IS RIGHT NOW I THOUGHT WE WERE STARTING. I APOLOGIZE. YOU'RE TOUGHER THAN DE NIRO. gt;gt; YOU'RE GOING TO LISTEN TOTHIS FOR A SECOND.