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Vocals Only: How to FIND YOUR VOICE and Discover your UNIQUE Sound


“How do I find my own voice?” In this video Dr Dan discusses this common question and demystifies the challenge of discovering your own unique sound. It’s easier than you think…

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Vocals Only: Water Level: Amateur | The 5th Chair


Week 1 of “The Voice Australia” is complete and we have already chosen 12 willing contestants…at the expense of some good singers!

Join Dr Dan over the next twelve weeks as he reviews “The Voice Australia” during his weekly video review of the contestants, their voices and their performances.

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~ InVideo LINKS ~
LINK 1: Chris Hoskin sings “Fall at Your Feet” – http://bit.ly/1gafpdn
LINK 2: Cath Bush sings “Work It Out” – http://bit.ly/1gacfXa
LINK 3: Alana Patmore sings “People Help the People” – http://bit.ly/1gacuSe
LINK 4: Peta Evans-Taylor sings “Sober” – http://bit.ly/1gag2nh

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Vocals Only: It’s Better to Belt!


Singers, are you producing your volume in a sustainably healthy way? There are many contemporary music genres that require loud singing. Rock, Pop, Country, and Music Theatre all require, at times, sustained levels of volume. This presents a difficulty for many singers because most voices don’t naturally produce loud sounds efficiently.

Video Link: “Get Your Twang On

— TOOLS for SINGERS —
* Vocal Exercises
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