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Sunday, May 3, 2015

Pentatonix Bring Back Acapella Alive


Pentatonix Bring Back Acapella Alive - Hello future singer! Good to see you again. It has been a very long time that I did not post any content on my blog as a great information for you because I am little bit busy with my real life stuffs such as singing and studying at my postgraduate degree. There are a lot of things that I want to bring down here to show you. Formerly, I focused myself on teaching you how to sing correctly, the rules as well as the technique. However, today I just want to talk to you about some new information which is literally important for you to know depending on my thought.

Since the last day I posted new stuffs on this blog, I got a lot of new things. One of them is that I am being a big fan of "Pentatonix", the greatest acapella group in the world today. I was amazed with their talents along with how they created the music and the idea that they brought into the beat. The combination between melody, rhythm, bass as well as beatbox lead to a wonderful voice which sounds like a real instrument music.

A little bit information about acapella, acapella is singing only by using our own voice rather than utilizing some music instruments. By only creating voices from our own mouth, it means that we also creat a guitar sound look-alike as well as violin, bass, and drums. All voices are made really from the human voices even though we try to imitate the real instruments' sound.

Basically, Pentatonix is a common acapella group which joined a Sing-Off competition based in America. Nevertheless, the way they sang the music made them to be the best acapella group right now rather than any other groups. The quality of voices as well as the idea was above others. It is not far away from the personal quality they owned which came from the members Scott Hoying, Kirstie Maldonado, Mitch Grassi, Avi Kaplan, and Kevin Olusola. Those people have brought new things for us in the world of vocal.

With their quality, Pentatonix was able to win the Grammy Awards for the best arrangement of music for their song entitled "Daft Punk" covering two songs from the old technological band Daft Punk entitled Lucky and One more time. Besides winning Grammy, they also got platinum for their Christmas album.

Today, they are on tour. If you are worried about their quality, you can check out directly to their own youtube channel or you can watch them live in their concert. You can check it out directly to Pentatonix official website. For their Daft Punk video, you can also watch here down below.

Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope what I can share today will inspire you. God bless us!

Saturday, March 14, 2015

What you should notice in Singing "Articulation"

What you should notice in Singing "Articulation" - Hello future singer. I am so happy to be back again here to share you some thoughts about singing stuffs. Today, I would like to tell you about "Articulation" because it is one of the things that needed to be considered in doing singing performance.

Singing is "speaking" through rhyme with notation, melody, rhythm, and bars, which inside is contained of message, story, pledge, and etc that is delivered to the audience or the listener. In order that all of them that are being delivered can be listened and understood very well, it is essential to possess good, proper, and clear articulation.

Generally, articulation is known as a form of word pronunciation, parts of words or sentences with a correct manner, clear, and precise. The form of mouth gesture when singing really affects on the result of the pronunciation. The most common mistakes that is usually happened are that they cannot open their mouth properly, therefore the word that is uttered sounds unclear. The reason is that they feel shy or inferior to be laughed at when they open their mouth too wide. Whereas in singing, we are not required to think about how our face or mouth will be formed, as long as we sing the song properly and not artificial, that is ok!

Here are some other causes why articulation is being not correct or unclear:

a. Natural Articulation Defective, this is usually experienced by stammerer or some people who are unable to pronounce one of the consonants, for example the letter "r".
b. Bad Articulation, this is not caused by the defective articulation, but it is happened whenever we do wrong said. Somehow the less preparation is also caused this to be happened.
For instance:
- the word "stone" is read as "stoon"
- "heart" is read as "hurt"
c. Indeterminate Articulation, this is happened because the pronunciation of words are too fast as if the words seem like huddled without any distance at all.

For the next post, I will continue about the types of articulation in singing. Please beware that you read this post properly and connect it to your problem. If you think that you have a problem in uttering the correct articulation, try to find the type of the causes and use the solution above. For the further explanation, there will be more on the types of the singing articulation itself. Thank you for reading!

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Intonation in Singing

Intonation in Singing - Intonation is a term that communicates more with tone, stress, duration, and an attention towards the singing. Generally, intonation is called as a sentence song or a voice song of a person when speaking. However, in music intonation is thought as an accuracy in playing a particular tone. Our intonation is right when we can find the correct pitch of a tone.

A singer must be able to sing with proper intonation, either for higher notes or for lower notes. Proper intonation can produce a very catchy sound. Yet some times we often see a singer with improper intonation. This usually happens because:

1. Lack of practice, so that he is less mastering the song that he is going to sing
2. Doubtful, so that it create the feeling of anxiety when trying to reach high note
3. The improper breathing techniques.
4. Les sensitive towards the musical accompaniment
5. Having a difficulty in aiming to leap the right tone

In order to get a better intonation, we need to increase the musical intelligence and to practice controlling the breathing as well as to train the auditory sensitivity toward the tone.

In learning intonation, it is suggested that we practice accompanied by music instrument that has pitch control such as piano or keyboard in order that we can singing the right tone and controlled pitch. Nevertheless, if you think it is a bit difficult, we can use a recorded sound of piano that is proper to the vocal lesson need.

These are some of the ways to practice intonation:
a. Practice musical scale with its modulation
b. Try to sing some songs that is related to the steps of training
c. Practice the songs with some varieties of tempo.
d. Try to guess tones using close interval until distant interval.

Beside the voice pitch, intonation is also related to the stress that is put on words, some parts of the words, and even sentences. In the structure of intonation, there are three kinds of stress:

1. Dynamic stress (strong-weak), this stress focuses on the words that need emphasis. For example on the sentence "I buy this pencil". See these examples below, the same sentence but different emphasis:


  • I buy this pencil (I am, not someone else)
  • I BUY this pencil (I buy, not sell or not something else)
  • I buy THIS pencil (this pencil, not other kinds of pencil)
2. Tone pressure, it is given on certain tones, especially higher tone. The stress or pressure given must refer to the song melody.

3. Tempo pressure, this stress or pressure is in relation with slow down or speed up the pronunciation. This stress is usually used to clarify what we mean.


Monday, March 9, 2015

What is Tone in Singing?

What is Tone in Singing? - Hello future singer! Now I am back with talking about tone. I expect that at the end of this lesson you can understand and master correctly about the basic principles of intonation in singing.

Tone

Tone is a systematic sound or voice which the per second vibration frequency has been determined. The tone that is played and sung on the right frequency is called as Pitch. If the tone is more likely lower or higher than the pitch, then it is named as out of tone. Many famous singers who is being a judge in some competitions called this as pitchy. 

There are four elements that must be owned by tone:

1. Pitch, the tone frequency accuracy.
2. Duration, the length of the tone to be played or sung.
3. Intensity, the strong and soft of the tone to be played or sung.
4. Timbre, the voice color

Tone Phases

When singing, the tone that is being sung must go through 3 phases in order that it will produce good musical tone. Those three phases are:

1. Attacking phase (the phase of starting up the tone)
2. Sustention phase (the phase of holding up the tone)
3. Release phase (the phase of realising up the tone)

Those three phases have a very important role in singing process. Starting the tone properly will pave the way to the sustention phase and the release phase. Holding the tone right on the stabilize track as long as its need will make the singing to become more interesting to be heard. Similarly with the release phase of the tone, if it is done properly so the listener will be impressed.

The last phase of tone has a very short duration and must be done pretty well on the right track. It cannot be neglected or lower or faster. In fact, a tone must be ended nor by disappearing neither because of being exhausted.

Breathing that is used to lengthen the tone must be continued until the release phase has been done. Do not let the breath push becomes slacken before the singing activity is finished, because if it is happened, it will affect the quality of the tone that is produced.

Later on, I will continue with Intonation. Please read this post carefully before you are going to read the next post. Because both of them are really related on each other. Have a nice day future singer!

Vocal Range: Sing from low to high!

Vocal Range: Sing from low to high! - Hello future singer! After being busy with my real world activity, I can finally sit on my laptop and write down on my blog sharing all knowledge related to singing or vocal activity. Hopefully, this post and all other posts that I have already posted will be very beneficial for you and you can apply it whenever you do the singing activity either solo or in vocal group or choir. Alright, today I am going to discuss about Vocal Range.

Range or usually called as Ambitus in latin is a tone limit that is possibly achieved starting from the lowest until the highest. It is also called as the limit of tone range.

In classical music knowledge, the types of voice is classified according to the vocal range of the vocalist. Here are some types of human voice including the range or ambitus:

1, Bass                  : male low voice (F-d1)
2. Baritone              : male middle voice (A-f1)
3. Tenor                : male high voice (c0 - a1)
4. Alto                   : female low voice (f0 - d2)
5. Mezzo Soprano : female middle voice (a0-f2)
6. Soprano             : female high voice (c1 - a2)

For kids, the voice is grouped as two parts. The first is the high voice (c1 - f2) and the second is low voice (a0 - d2).

The grouping of voice is very essential when we sing in a group or in a choir. However, it does not become very important if we sing alone or solo. But, by knowing this you can also utilize it to extend your voice range. It is really helpful for you because you can sing any song which has longer range tone without forcing your vocal chord too hard. Practice and the right technique are the key to reach it. Work hard future singer!


Well future singer, this is one of the videos that can be as your reference for practicing to extend your vocal range. Try to follow it step by step and relate it with the knowledge that I have posted. I hope that you will find what you need here. Thank you for visiting future singer!

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

One of the most important part in Singing: Voice Register

One of the most important part in Singing: Voice Register - Voice Register or usually called as the area of voice is divided into 5 types. Every types has different tone range.

1. Chest Register (Chest Voice)
It is named as chest register because it uses more chest resonance when producing voice. This register is used when reaching lower tones. For male, it is usually below c0, and for female it is usually below c1.

2. Mix Register (Mix Voice)
This register can also be called as middle register or middle voice. Because it produces a middle tone voice. For male, the tone that is produced approximately between c0 - c1, whereas for female, the produced tone is between c1 to c2.

3. Head Register (Head Voice)
For this kind of voice register, the chest resonance is replaced with the head resonance. Maybe the vibration that we feel on our head is not stronger than the vibration when we use chest resonance. However, we can feel our head looks like producing sounds when we reach high notes in this kind of register.

4. Sub Register (Vocal Fry)
This register is placed below the lower tone and it is usually called as "Growl" register or growled voice.

5. Flute Register
For male this kind of voice is called as high voice falsetto. Whilst for female it is called as flute voice or "Flageolet". Flute register is placed around the tones above c2 for male and above c3 for female.



Monday, March 2, 2015

What is Resonance in Singing?

What is Resonance in Singing? - On the previous post, I have posted about voice production, how to produce a good and effective voice both for singing and speaking. On this post, I would like to continue the explanation toward the Vocal Resonance which is one of the elements of voice production. 

After we master the way of producing great voice, we continue to placing the voice in the correct resonance area. Resonance is an attempt to reflect voice on cavities that is placed in our body. Resonance helps expanding our voice wider, strengthen the endurance of voice, and beautify the voice.

Resonant Cavity

Resonant cavity can be divided into two types:

1. Resonance cavity which the shape cannot be changed, among others:
- Head Cavity
- Chest Cavity
- Forehead Cavity

2. Resonance cavity which the shape can be changed, among others:
- Throat Cavity
- Oral Cavity
- Nasal Cavity

The resonators which the shape can be changed play an important role in producing different timbre and pronounced vowels.
The differences are:
a. Dark voice, as if swallowed and tend to be felt like far away is caused by voice concentration that is more focused on the throat resonator.
b. Light voice, wide and has front focus is caused by voice concentration that is more focused on oral resonator.
c. Nasal voice, which is caused by voice concentration that is more focused on nasal resonator.


Combining the three resonators proportionally is a wise decision when we sing. Because singing by placing only on one resonator can cause boredom. You can watch the example of placing the voice into those kinds of resonators on Youtube or on a video that I will post later on. Have a nice day future singer!

Voice Production

Voice Production - Human voice comes from a vibration of the vocal chords that is resulted by the air movement which comes out from lungs through throat, the place where the vocal chords are located. There are two forms of voice that is produced, those are speaking voice which is produced when we are talking and singing voice which is produced when we are singing.

The prominent characteristic from both voices among others:

1, The speaking voice sounds loud, rude, not resonated, heavy, and spend a lot of breathing.
2. The singing voice sounds subtle, clean, light, resonated, and all breathing that come out from mouth turn into voice.

In order to get a good singing voice, it is required an imagination and drills routinely to develop the quality and the ability of the singer.

The establishment of voice must meet those three elements below:

1. something that is vibrated (vibrator)
2. something that vibrates (motor)
3. something that reflects and raising up the voice (resonator)

In term of an establishment of human voice, the thing that is functioned as vibrator is the vocal chords. Meanwhile breath acts as the motor to trigger the vocal chords.

In order to be heard, the voice needs resonator that has a role as raising and reflecting the voice. In case of the human voice, the resonator is all cavities that are located in our body, those are abdominal, chest, esophagus, nasal, oral, and head cavities.

After having an ability to produce the voice well, it is essential to have an articulator in order that the produced voice can form words or utterance. The words or utterance must sound clearly and correct. Therefore, Articulator is needed to be practice very well.

Human speaking tools that are able to create voices or sounds such as language or utterance are separated into two kinds, those are articulator, articulation point, and other supporting organs.

1, Articulator
Articulator is the human speaking tool that can move freely and able to touch some parts of the other speaking tools (articulation point) as well as able to form various position. This such a speaking tool is placed on the lower part or lower jaw. Human speaking tools that are included in articulator among others:
a. lower lip
b. lower teeth
c. tongue tip
d. front of the tongue
e. tongue middle
f. tongue back
g. the root of the tongue

2. Articulation point
Articulation point is the human speaking tool that is being a center of touch and static. These tools are found on the upper part or upper jaw. The tools that are included on the articulation are as follows:

a, upper lip
b. upper teeth
c. top dental arch
d. hard palate
e. soft palate
f. uvula

3. Other tools
The other tools mean here are the speaking tools apart from the articulator and the articulator point that can support the process of language voice. Those included tools are:

a. Nose
b. nasal cavity
c. oral cavity
d. pharynx
e. Adam's apple valve
f. vocal chords
g.larynx
h. trachea

Alright, those are today's lesson about voice production. Hopefully, by reading this lesson you will be able to produce a very good singing voice so that you will closely be a great future singer. Thank you for visiting!


Friday, February 27, 2015

Warming Up Part 2

Warming Up Part 2 - In previous post, I have posted about an easy way to do warming up before doing a singing activity. Today, I would like to tell you all future singer deeper about the warming up lesson.

As we know, warming up is a singing preparation before doing the main singing activity. Just like sport game, warming up is very needed before singing in order that you will not get injured. in singing, there are two types of warming up:

1. Physical Warming Up
2. Voice Warming Up

1. Physical Warming Up

Physical Warming Up aims to make the body more relax and ready to sing. It can be done by loosing and relaxing all muscles starting from upper part of the body like head to lower part of the body or feet.

2. Voice Warming Up

Voice Warming Up is very recommended to be done before singing, let alone if you are going to sing in a very long time. In spite of preventing the damage, voice warming up is also beneficial for the relaxed and strong vocal chord so that it will not be tired easily and avoided from injury. As what I have said before, basic warming up can be done like this:

1. Humming
Humming is one of voice warming up that can be done before singing with the aim of warming the throat before singing.

2. Lip Trill
Lip Trill is really helpful for a singer to increase the endurance of the vocal chord and to avoid the injury. On the other hands, it will also help the management of breathing and the tone range without having to force the voice.

Alright, those are the further explanation about warming up. For the example, you can watch the video by clicking the Vocal Lesson Video in the navigation menu. Let's do some practice future singer!

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Posture and Breathing

Posture and Breathing - Hi future singer! How are your singing today? Is it improved? Don't worry. It needs a process. What you have to always do is that focus and training. There is no way to be successful without working hard. Every successful people always says the same. So, here are some explanation about posture and breathing in order that you can understand more about singing ability. 

1. Posture

Posture is really needed to be learnt in order to support, protect, and give good body position which can make you more comfortable in singing. By having this understanding, it is expected to be able to decrease the tension and fatigue that are experienced when singing.

Posture must be so relaxed and powerful. Place your chest in upright position. This is very important because it will make the septum between chest and stomach is opened so that it will not interfere the breathing. So, keep your chest upright because it is the best position for singing either you sit or you stand.

2. Breathing

Both posture and breathing are very related. Great posture supports the breathing. In singing, breathing does not only hold a very great role in producing voice, but also help you in creating the variety of voice mode(will be explained more later on) that is expected from one singing activity. Systematic breathing will create systematic rhythm either. Because breathing is a very natural rhythm in human living.

In vocal technique, there are 3 types of breathing:

1. Shoulders Breathing
This breathing is done by lifting our shoulders or upper chest and hold the breath on your lungs. Shoulders Breathing is not very good to be used in singing because the voice will sound clumsy because the voice tools around chest are oppressed.

2. Abdominal Breathing
Abdominal breathing is done by filling the air inside the abdominal cavity, so that the stomach looks like bloated. This way is also not enough suitable for singing because it will easily make you become exhausted and the voice that is produced sounds less powerful. Besides, the posture looks unpleasant to see.

3. Diaphragmatic Breathing
Diaphragm is a muscle which is placed between the chest and the abdominal cavity. Diaphragmatic breathing occurs when expanding the diaphragmatic muscle during inhale and filling the air to the lower lungs first. This breathing is very effective to be used in singing because it is easy to manage the breathing process and also support a powerful and stabilized voice.

Normally, people breathes in an abdominal or shoulder way. However, singing is different from daily speaking. It requires an intense activity. So, do not lower down your voice quality by having a wrong posture and breathing way in singing. Please consider this lesson in doing your singing job. You want to be a future singer right? consider this very much okay.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Vocal Technique



Vocal Technique - Basically, vocal technique can be thought as how to produce voices properly and nicely, so that it will sound clear, beautiful, loud, and not damaging. In having a great vocal technique, there are some elements that are needed to be considered.

Vocal Technique Elements

1. Posture
Your body position either sitting or standing affects your singing performance. Therefore, try to have a good posture when singing in order not to disturb the respiratory tract. 

2. Respiration
Respiration is a process of inhale-exhale of the air inside your body. It aims to support the needs of voice production. When doing this for singing, it is suggested that you do it using your diaphragm muscle, not chest muscle. 

3. Voice production
Voice production is produced from a process of vibrating the vocal chord using the air which pass through inside our mouth.

4. Articulation
Articulation is a pronunciation from words to words in order to be listened very clearly.

5. Phrasering
Phrasering is a set of beheading sentence correctly and properly, so that it is easy to be understood and suitable with the rule of the song provided.

6. Resonance 
Resonance is an effort to enhance the beauty of voice with functioning the air cavities inside our body.

7. Intonation
Intonation, besides judged as a high and low of a tone, it is also meant as a correct stress for some pronounced words in order to strengthen the meaning of the sentence that being uttered. Usually, it is also called as dynamic.

Besides for singing, learning singing or vocal technique is also beneficial for other entertainment job such as announcer, presenter, master of ceremony, movie actor/actress, and public speakers. So, for those who wants to be a future singer. Consider those elements above okay!

Friday, February 20, 2015

Singing Basic Principles

Singing Basic Principles - Yesterday, I already posted some tips and strategy before doing a singing performance. Today, I would like to share you the singing knowledge starting from the very basic. This knowledge is essential because it will help you understanding any development of music. As a future singer, you must be an educated person in singing. So, here we go!

1. Vocal Definition

According to music encyclopedia, vocal is known as a human sound. Whereas in a language, Vocal is used to utter the voiced alphabet. Based on its understanding, vocal can be thought as a sound which human produces for voicing the language sound. The art that studies about vocal is vocal art or singing art.

2. Vocal Music

The beauty of voice or sound that can be listened and consists of some elements like melody, harmony, rhythm and timbre are called music. Based on the source music is divided into 2 categories, those are music which is produced by the musical instrument and the music which is produced by the human voice.

vocal music is usually called as "Singing". Singing can be done individually (solo) or as a group (samen zigen). For those who want to be a singer, either amateur or professional, is not enough to just only have a good voice but also understand the knowledge of the music theory.

Besides mastering the vocal technique very well, in accordance that the song that is being sung sounds melodious and beautiful, a singer must possess some other important elements in singing such as tempo, rhythm, bar, pitch, dynamic, vibrato, improvisation, expression, inspiration, performance and so on.

By considering these principles, as a future singer you will be easier to achieve what you want in singing. You can also manage the balance between your vocal quality with your singing style or music genre. So, do not only do singing, but also study it! 

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Easy Singing Warming Up

Easy Singing Warming Up - Hello future singer! Good to see you again!. This time, I would like to share you an easy way to warm up yourself before singing. Actually, it is better if I show you the video so you can watch directly the exact way of doing the warm up exercise. But, because of the limited time that I have, I cannot give it today. Don't worry, I will show it to you later on! 

So, here are the steps of the easy vocal warming up:

1. Humming

The first step of the easy warm up is called "humming. In this step, you will do singing and playing some tones without opening your mouth. You can start it buy doing the vocalization like "do, re, mi, fa, so, la, si, do" and raise up the pitch one key to another key. This is really helpful because it will flex your vocal chord. So that you will be easy to sing a high notes as well as the lower note. if you are a vocalist with a thick timbre, you should practice more on the lower tone. But, if you are a high notes singer, you should practice the high notes more. However, practicing humming for the lower notes and high notes is also important for those who are going to sing a wide vocal range kind of song. Thus, it will not making your vocal chord becoming surprised when reaching either the high notes or the lower notes.

2. Vocalizing

After finishing doing the hum, the next thing to do is the same tone as in the humming process but with an open up mouth. You will sing with a normal mouth situation. However, please remember that do not try to sing the song that you are going to sing at this step, because your warm up process is not finish yet. If you do it, you will feel unsatisfied with your voice. So, it is better for you to do vocalizing first with the tone "do" until "do" again and higher the pitch so that your vocal chord and your muscle become ready to sing some other notes.

3. Exercise

For this last step, what you will do is that you are trying to make some sounds but with some variety of tones. Nevertheless, you have to sing a bar of tones repeatedly so that you will get used to the kind of tone bar. If you want an example, you will find a lot on Youtube. I will also show you later on here on this blog. So, don't worry! Just try to do these steps I show you and I guarantee that you will feel better with your voice.

Please remember that when doing a warm up, do not ever strain your voice. Because it will both damage and loose your vocal chord. Try to be relax in doing it! I wait your comment to see if these steps work for you or not. See you on my other posts future singer!
Here on this easy singing warming up video, you can take a look on how to do a very good vocal warming up in order to open up your voice so that you can sing any songs easily. You can also visit the official website of udemy in order to have this kind of course.

What You Need to Prepare before Singing

What You Need to Prepare before Singing - Some people thought that singing is a usual activity that can be done anytime. They can sing either in their bathroom or anywhere. Nevertheless, that is the thing that most people are failed of when they try to be a real singer who sings in a competition or in an event. They thought that singing only requires practicing the song that are going to be sung without considering these three terms below. 

1. Warming Up

Singing activity is just like sport. It requires practice or training before the real action takes place. Most people disobey this which makes them having so much failure in doing the singing stuff. So, for those who already know this, I suggest you to keep doing this whenever you are going to sing. Otherwise, you will not give a good performance.

2. Stretching

As I said, Singing is just like sport. Besides requiring to practice your vocal chords, it is also needed to do stretching to your body. Why is this important? because when you are doing a singing activity on stage, your body needs to be relax and flexible. So it will help you producing a good output of your voice. For a vocalist of a band, it is one of the most important to do. Because you will do a lot of move in order to have a nice stage performance.

3. Lyrics, and Confidence

Guess what? you will feel so weird when I relate lyrics and confidence. What do I put this as one of the thing that is needed to be prepared before singing? it is because sometimes when you do not remember very well of the lyrics of the songs that you want to sing, it will decrease your confidence. Of course, this situation will endanger your performance. So, I suggest you to prepare it very well and put yourself in the enjoyable rate. 

Those are the things that you need to prepare before singing. Remember, practice makes perfect and good preparation leads to perfection!

Welcome Future Singer!

Hello future singer! I will call you with this nick name starting from today. It has been a very long time that I have an idea to write down any knowledge and ability that I have about singing and how to learn to sing. I really want to share this to all of you who lives around this globe. However, because of my study and my job as a singer as well as a vocal teacher, I do not have enough time to write down on blog. But since today, I will spend a lot of time to share you everything related to singing or vocal lesson and training.

With this blog, I intend to make you becoming easier to learn how to sing very well. Because I found there were a lot of people having some difficulties in learning this kind of art. Some of them already had a lot of  singing course but still unable to sing pretty well. They pay so much money for the course but result zero. Hopefully, with my idea and my way of singing, it will help you a lot and make you become a great singer in the future. Feel free to visit this website at any time because you do not need to pay any money for this knowledge I share. Feel free to give a comment on my post and do not forget to share your thought. Welcome future singer!
 
 
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