How To Sing Any Song – Voice Lessons – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy

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How to sing any song – Voice Lessons – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy

One of the most important factors for how to sing any song is maybe to say this a different way.

How can I find myself in this song?

There is a roadmap.

And this roadmap consists of some very key criteria for finding yourself in a song.

1) Ownership. How well do you know it? This is extremely important from a psychological confidence factor.

2) Is it something that fits and suits your voice? Otherwise, massage it, mold it, and meld it into your own vibe and style. If you don't feel you have enough originality in your voice to do this, there is no harm in learning and capturing the spirit and style of the original and trying to duplicate it. This is how we grow and put in our "tool box" for singing many different styles. You will find that once you learn a few licks and the vibe of various artists, there is a similarity you can draw from, so you are not reinventing the wheel every time you sing.

3) Do you have realistic expectations (and it's ok to reach for the stars, but do it incrementally, with a realistic plan/goal on how to get there AND allow yourself enough time to do so)

4) Have you trained technically to be "in shape" to sing a desired song? It's not practice that makes perfect. It's PERFECT practice that makes perfect. Get good quality information on how to get there.

Einstein's definition of insanity is "trying the same experiment over and over and expecting a different result." If you keep trying the same thing, and it is not working, your information (and/or at least your understanding, interpretation, and implementation of that
information) is not correct. You should see results even if they are small.

I cover all this in my singing course.

I hope this helps you guys,

God bless,

Peace… Out!

To LEARN MORE about the concepts taught in this video tutorial, watch this video on OPEN THROAT TECHNIQUE: –

Contents of this video: ____________________
00:00 Introduction
00:19 Do we SING Like we SPEAK?
01:14 Vowel Transitions
02:01 Singing on Vowels
02:58 Singing Italian Vowels vs American/English Vowels
05:11 The Family Of Vowels – Modifications and Substitutions
09:36 Vowel Transition Exercises

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49 thoughts on “How To Sing Any Song – Voice Lessons – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy”

  1. M-Ben Fowler

    One of the things I really like about your videos Ken is that you’re able to do it all in one take. You see all these other “creatives” relying on the jump cut, and it drives me crazy. Your dedication to the single cut shows just how much expertise you bring to the subject of singing, and I’m a fan of what you do! Keep rocking always m/

    1. Simply Savage

      Actually thanks for the comment because editing video is so last priority I would rather post one take videos and it’s nice to know people are okay with that too or even more than the jumps ?

  2. I am a bond fire

    Auditioning for the voice for the second time, and I have great confidence this time. Your lessons help alot, and if I had the money I would buy your stuff for sure.

    1. GreenBean 2.0

      I auditioned twice and i wish i had found his videos before i did because they are so helpful

    2. Carol Weaver

      Tristan, am not sure if you are same person, but remember a singer with your name, but not positive if it was you, but somehow you re standing out in my mind. . Not sure, if you were on with Sawyer Fredericks? He won that one that year, ( he is still going strong and has many places he is singing, and has local vocals * well people who sang when he did and tried out, but lived in cities a little distance, but not super far* They  tried out when he did, and now do the ” opening up” for him , helping them get known)  He lives in my area and , love watching ‘The Voice ‘and get so involved with it! He won a million dollar contract and had another coach assigned and someone to help him get places to sing and has been all over!! We live in small village, and everyone around here were ‘super excited’ and signs for him were all over, every place you went!  He lives on a farm with parents and siblings ( very young maybe 17 yrs old now? But  from a lovely home with country life for now anyway. *Why I say all this is::::* You do not NEED To win ( IT HELPS ) But you would be surprised if you are there long enough to have ( even one chair turn) just to have a coach, who is a super singer and star, you ‘could’ go a long way! You become better known and so much you can do in your own area first?  Love watching them all improve each week! Good luck and will be watching for you!

    3. Keep on trying! If I can get a few years of lessons, I would love to give it a shot just for the experience!

  3. Massimo Varini

    I’m not a singer… but I teach guitar and music; I’m also a Music Producer and my humble opinion is that this lesson is one of the best lesson ever! bravo!

    1. Georgie Thumbs

      Tell me about it, I’m 55 years old been playing music all my life but I could never sing and this guy just utterly changed everything around for me. I sing now and blow people away. I advise anyone who is interested in singing order his online courses, it will literally change your life.

  4. Jimmy Askelius

    Wow! Really impressed! I’ve just started to learn how to sing and your expertise and tips are awesome! Thank you Ken?

  5. Millie Crespo

    I am a second soprano in my church choir for 14 years this is how we practice before class for warms ups depending on what we are singing. I sure do miss choir since Covid. I enjoyed this very much. Thank you Ken I think you are the best ?

  6. Every day , since Jan 20 I do a lot of vocal exercises and my voice has changed a lil bit , I see the results , and thanks to your videos I learn a lot !! Thank you .

  7. You are one of the best teachers on YouTube. I never knew that singing techniques were this important than simply doing some random vocal exercises. Thank u soo much ??

  8. Martha Boerema

    Just discovered you, fantastic! Your voice is beautiful! I am a mediocre singer, but I love to sing, so I want to improve enough that the people around me ( yes, I break into song anytime, anywhere) don’t cringe at my voice, because I can’t imagine life without singing. Thank you!

  9. Anyone having a bad or mediocre day, just watch the man. His positively is so authentic it’s contagious virtually

  10. Tony Alfano

    This is a magnificent lesson that so few contemporary singers know of. This explains and affirms so much in my personal vocal journey. Thanks a million Ken.

    1. Solomon Ugbe

      @Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy Thanks for sharing such a powerful information… i would love to be your student. Can we chat please?

  11. Your teaching technique is outstanding! You sing beautiful – perfect tone. Thank you for sharing!

  12. Daniel Russell

    I have watched various vocal teachers on youtube and I have to say, I think you’re maybe the most englightening of the lot. Thanks for this content. Super useful!

  13. MusicProductions1

    I been watching your videos and they inspire me to sing better. Now, I think my voice sounds alot better on the amazing songs I have recorded on my channel. Thanks Ken Tamplin!

  14. Revival Worship

    I love the fact that you’re not afraid to demonstrate! You’re obviously a great singer! Not all coaches are.

  15. Giovanni Gugliantini

    Actually Italian has seven vowels, as ‘e’ and ‘o’ can be ‘open’ or ‘close’. And difference is meaningful. e.g. ‘e’ (closed) means “and”, ‘è’ (open) means “is”, ‘o’ closed is “or”, ‘ho’ (open, ‘h’ is mute) is “(I) have”.

  16. Celia Tanada

    Wow, I cant believe this video is 6 years old already… But then again, every content is still ????

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