Shooooo Shooooo (Piano playing)
‘Running speech’ is the continuous sound of spoken dialogue. Buzzing your way through several sentences of running speech will help you to monitor your breathing pattern. Keep your hand on your abdominal wall. It needs … Continue reading Vocal exercise – Speaking #2: Using the buzz in running speech
What’s up guys! This is my cover of “Medicine” by Kelly Clarkson, from her new album (it’s amazing) and Kelly is a new coach on this upcoming season of The Voice, it premieres on February … Continue reading Kelly Clarkson – Medicine (José Audisio Cover) – NBC “THE VOICE” COLLABORATION
Anything you say has a pitch pattern. If you use the same pitch pattern repeatedly, it will sound monotonous and your listeners will switch off. Using different pitch patterns – known as intonation – helps … Continue reading Vocal exercise – Speaking #5: What’s your pitch pattern?
Exercise number 1… the nae sound nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae nae (Piano playing) exercise number 2….. the nja sound nja nja nja … Continue reading RESONANCE – VOCAL EXERCISE
Me Me Me Me Me. Meeeeee (Piano playing)
[voice over] The doctor says I have mono…you’ll probably get it too. [Guy] No I won’t. [Girl] How do you know? [Guy] I can’t get hurt. [voice over] I was always…special. [sneezing] [gasp] [suspenseful music] … Continue reading (Not) Invincible