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Twist And Shout – The Beatles – John Lennon Isolated Vocal Analysis

Twist And Shout – The Beatles – John Lennon Isolated Vocal Analysis

John Lennon Isolated Vocal Analysis This may seem like an odd choice for a vocal analysis video given that Lennon had a cold and felt his voice was completely trashed for, during and after this recording, but, as I’ll show you in this video… This is actually GOOD news for us as singers wanting to […]

The Adults Are Talking – The Strokes – Reaction & Vocal Analysis

The Adults Are Talking – The Strokes – Reaction & Vocal Analysis

Julian Casablancas Reaction & Vocal Analysis Character, artistic vocal restraint and and incredible sense of melody. That’s how I’d describe this song and Julian’s performance. There’s so much vibe throughout the whole piece, and because he’s not soaring the whole time, you’re just waiting for that sweet, freeing higher voice to come out and make […]

How To Sing With More Range – 3 Tips

How To Sing With More Range – 3 Tips

Sing Higher & Lower Consistently – ft. Hardest Chris Cornell Song Every singer wants a better range. Typically this means trying to sing higher. But what about singing lower… AND higher, more consistently while singing really hard songs all the way through!?! That’s what it is really all about right? We don’t just want to […]

Santeria – Sublime – Bradley Nowell Isolated Vocal Analysis

Santeria – Sublime – Bradley Nowell Isolated Vocal Analysis

Light to Grit & Singing Tips Bradly Nowell from Sublime is yet another super authentic, raw, talented vocalist. Not the most technically amazing, but there’s a lot of inspiration and a lot of connectedness on how he performed. Being able to express with your voice in an authentic, honest way first starts with understanding the […]

How To Sing Better Without Being Boring

How To Sing Better Without Being Boring

Cues From Amy Winehouse & Others – Normal = Bad! How do good singers get good? In my experience in working some pretty amazing singers this past year, it is NEVER from following a ‘plan’, a set of warmup exercises or regular practicing. Those things are good and useful for keeping your voice in shape […]

Geoff Tate – Queensryche – Queen Of The Reich – Reaction & Analysis

Geoff Tate – Queensryche – Queen Of The Reich – Reaction & Analysis

Reaction & Analysis – Seamless Mixed & Head Voice Geoff Tate has incredible range both in expression and tone and of course NOTES! He got his start in an era where if you couldn’t sing REALLY well, you were probably not going to front a Rock band. How things have changed!! 🙂 Don’t get me […]

Selfless – The Strokes – Julian Casablancas Reaction & Vocal Analysis

Selfless – The Strokes – Julian Casablancas Reaction & Vocal Analysis

How To Sing With Smooth Break A few weeks ago, I did an analysis of an older The Strokes song. That video is a huge insight into creating different types of distortion in a healthy way, inspired by Julian Casablancas. I got several comments to this effect after releasing that video: “Man… You should check […]

Vocal Coach Reacts: Chester Bennington & Mike Shinoda

Vocal Coach Reacts: Chester Bennington & Mike Shinoda

Linkin Park Recording Studio Outtakes Even for the pros, vocal recording isn’t a streamlined process. It’s a GRIND… But it’s fun too 🙂 Join me as I dig into Chester and Mike working out parts that would eventually turn into some of Linkin Park’s best songs. And while we’re watching, ask your self this: What […]

How To Sing & Practice Without Bothering Your Neighbors

How To Sing & Practice Without Bothering Your Neighbors

How To Sing & Practice Without Bothering Your Neighbors (Or Room Mates) “Ugh… I can’t do THAT… My neighbors will hate me!” “I don’t want my room mates to hear me making all those terrible sounds!” “How am I supposed to experiment and learn about my voice if I’m in settings where people will hear […]

Tool – Schism – Maynard James Keenan Isolated Vocal Analysis

Tool – Schism – Maynard James Keenan Isolated Vocal Analysis

Maynard James Keenan Isolated Vocal Analysis Maynard’s vocal intensity and tonal diversity is unmatched. He’s able to pull of whispering, light humming and screaming in all in a single phrase. In Schism, what really stands out to me is the vocal arranging. The parallel intervals within the harmonies and the ways the production utilizes “multiple […]