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Our Online Singing Lessons

We have created a comprehensive singing lesson program that is suitable for all levels and styles of music.
We cover essential topics such as singing basics, posture, breathing, voice sound, articulation and diction, singing technique and warm-up, and even how to sing and play the guitar. guitar at the same time.
With fun step-by-step exercises and playful tutorials, our singing lessons are designed to help singers progress quickly and improve their unique voices.

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The Complete Guide to Singing Basics

How does your voice work? The mechanisms

The voice is a very complex instrument that involves many elements, such as the vocal cords, the resonance cavities, the diaphragm, the throat muscles, the lungs, etc. By studying vocal techniques, one can learn to better control their voice and avoid common errors, such as vocal fatigue, nodules, or loss of voice. If you are a beginner or want to deepen your knowledge of the voice, we will examine in detail the mechanism of the voice and the elements that make it up. We will study the different parameters which come into play in the production of the voice and which constitute the vocal instrument. By understanding these elements, you will be able to better understand the sensations you feel when you sing and give a name to concepts that may seem abstract.

Free Les bases du chant
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The basics of the singing voice: Mechanism of singing

The complete guide to the basics of singing > How does your voice work? The mechanisms
Level : Beginner

[FILE] What are the basic mechanisms for learning and improving your voice? We are never… - 2 min

Free Respiration pour chanter
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How to breathe to sing?

The complete guide to the basics of singing > How does your voice work? The mechanisms
Level : Beginner

[FILE] How does basic breathing work for singing? It is the act by which air enters… - 2 min

Free Ressentir ta respiration
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Feeling your breath: Essential exercises for singing well

The complete guide to the basics of singing > How does your voice work? The mechanisms
Level : Beginner

[FILE] Here are some basic exercises to feel the breath. The body position should be… - 2 min

Ressentir ta
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Feel your voice: Vocal awareness

The complete guide to the basics of singing > How does your voice work? The mechanisms
Level : Beginner

[FILE] In this file, we will explain the basics to you to learn to feel your voice when… - 2 min

Free Apprendre a chanter
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Method for learning to sing: Innate or acquired?

The complete guide to the basics of singing > How does your voice work? The mechanisms
Level : Beginner

You are not necessarily born knowing how to sing. Although some people have a natural aptitude… - 2 min

The singer's posture

How to have good posture while singing?

Finally, adopt a good position that allows your breathing to circulate freely and your voice to express itself fully. Correct singing posture involves keeping your back straight, your shoulders relaxed, your chin parallel to the floor, and your feet slightly apart. It's important to practice holding this position regularly, as it will help develop your voice and prevent injury.

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Why good posture?

Singer's posture > How to have good posture when singing?
Level : Beginner

Hello Yooplayer Are you wondering what is the best position for singing? How… — 1.19 mins

Quelle est la bonne position pour chanter
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What is the correct posture for singing?

Singer's posture > How to have good posture when singing?
Level : Beginner

Did you know that good posture is essential for singing correctly? Many beginners don't know... — 0.48 mins

La posture correcte du chant
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The correct posture of the singer

Singer's posture > How to have good posture when singing?
Level : Beginner

Singing posture is made up of two major elements: flexibility and efficiency. There… — 0.45 mins

Alignement du chant
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Body alignment for singing

Singer's posture > How to have good posture when singing?
Level : Beginner

Body alignment allows you to sing relaxed and not stiffen your muscles... — 0.41 mins

Key Components of Singing Posture

Posture is an essential aspect of our daily life, whether for health or for carrying out certain activities, such as singing. Good posture helps keep the body balanced and reduces muscle pain, while poor posture can lead to long-term health problems. The key elements for correct posture are feet shoulder-width apart, knees slightly bent, hips aligned, abdomen slightly drawn in, chest lifted, shoulders relaxed, arms at sides and a head straight without excessive tension in the neck. By adopting good posture, you can maximize the potential of your voice and reduce the risk of muscle pain or long-term health problems.

Elements clefs de la posture pour chanter
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Elements of posture for singing

Singer's posture > Key components of singing posture
Level : Beginner

Hello Yooplayer! We are right to say that standing up straight is important to have a… — 0.30 mins

Bas du corps
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Lower body and voice stability

Singer's posture > Key components of singing posture
Level : Beginner

What are the elements that constitute the lower part of the posture? Here we go… — 1.21 mins

Haut du corps
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Upper body: Upright posture while singing

Singer's posture > Key components of singing posture
Level : Beginner

We will discuss the components of the posture in its upper part, namely the arms… — 1 minute

Tete
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The head and posture when singing

Singer's posture > Key components of singing posture
Level : Beginner

Head position is an essential component of singing posture. He is… — 1.02 mins

Posture and vocal anatomy

Posture has a direct impact on your vocal anatomy, your larynx as well as the diaphragm and rib cage. The diaphragm lowers to allow air into the lungs and rises to expel air while singing, and the rib cage expands to create more space. By maintaining good posture, you allow the diaphragm and rib cage to expand freely, which maximizes your breathing capacity. Also avoid obstructing your vocal cords by tilting your head forward or back and crossing your legs when singing, as this can reduce the amount of space available for your lungs to expand.

La bonne posture debout ou assis
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Correct posture standing or sitting

Singer's posture > Posture and vocal anatomy
Level : Beginner

When singing seated, it is important to maintain a straight and aligned posture, with the… — 1.30 mins

Posture et Anatomie Vocale
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Posture and Vocal Anatomy

Singer's posture > Posture and vocal anatomy
Level : Beginner

I'm going to explain to you how posture affects your vocal anatomy. We go… — 1.30 mins

Pyramide du chant
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Vocal Pyramid

Singer's posture > Posture and vocal anatomy
Level : Beginner

The Singing Pyramid is an effective method for improving your vocal technique. She is composed… — 0.30 mins

Ancrage au sol
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Ground Anchoring and Exercises

Singer's posture > Posture and vocal anatomy
Level : Beginner

When you sing, it is important to involve your whole body in producing your sound.… — 1.25 mins

Breathing for singing

Breathing exercise: the sound “Ssssss”

If you want to improve your breathing for singing, the exercise of making the sound "sssssss" is very effective. In fact, this technique allows you to slow down your breathing while developing your abdominal support, that is to say the stomach region. This method allows you to strengthen your vocal stability without altering the sound produced. Additionally, this technique allows you to learn to regulate the amount of air coming out of your lungs, as if you were singing without using your vocal cords.

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How to breathe and develop your breathing for singing?

Breathing for singing > Breathing exercise: the sound “Ssssss”
Level : Beginner

[FILE] We can never praise enough the benefits of deep belly breathing. Sing… — 1 minute

15 secondes
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Breathing Exercise 15 seconds: “Sssss”

Breathing for singing > Breathing exercise: the sound “Ssssss”
Level : Beginner

In this exercise we will hold the sound for 15 seconds. The practice of the “sssssss” sound… — 2.22 mins

20 secondes
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Breathing Exercise 20 seconds: “Sssss”

Breathing for singing > Breathing exercise: the sound “Ssssss”
Level : Beginner

In this second exercise, we will hold the sound “sssssss” for 20 seconds. . This exercise… — 2.43 mins

25 secondes
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Breathing Exercise 25 seconds: “Sssss”

Breathing for singing > Breathing exercise: the sound “Ssssss”
Level : Initiated

For this voice strengthening exercise, you will hold the “sssssss” sound for 25… — 3.02 mins

30 secondes
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Breathing Exercise 30 seconds: “Sssss”

Breathing for singing > Breathing exercise: the sound “Ssssss”
Level : Initiated

Here you will have to hold the sound "sssssss" for 30 seconds without interruption. The goal is to improve your… — 3.55 mins

40 secondes
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Breathing Exercise 40 seconds: “Sssss”

Breathing for singing > Breathing exercise: the sound “Ssssss”
Level : Initiated

This exercise aims to improve the stability of your voice by maintaining the “sssssss” sound for… — 4.35 mins

50 secondes
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Breathing Exercise 50 seconds: “Sssss”

Breathing for singing > Breathing exercise: the sound “Ssssss”
Level : Intermediate

In this exercise, you will hold the “sssssss” sound for 50 seconds. This exercise aims… — 5.15 mins

60 secondes
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Breathing Exercise 60 seconds: “Sssss”

Breathing for singing > Breathing exercise: the sound “Ssssss”
Level : Intermediate

This exercise involves holding the “sssssss” sound for 60 seconds. Be careful to save and… — 6.09 mins

Breathing connection exercise: counting

Develop your vocal breathing with this respiratory connection exercise called “counting” breaths. Improve your vocal technique by working on your respiratory connection using the “counting” method. This method consists of counting by interspersing numbers and “ands” to synchronize your breathing and your vocal cords. It is advisable to concentrate on attacking, sustaining and releasing notes, ensuring that they are straight and without variation. The exercises are broken down into two parts, the first consisting of holding a straight note while counting, and the second of adding a melody while optimizing your breathing. The pitch rises and falls as the exercise progresses and the complexity intensifies as the count increases.

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How to improve your voice connection?

Breathing for singing > Respiratory connection exercise: counting
Level : Beginner

[FILE] If you have trouble holding a note straight or making your… — 1 minute

Exercice de respiration 1 a 13 Note
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Counting from 1 to 13 – Single note

Breathing for singing > Respiratory connection exercise: counting
Level : Beginner

Breath counting exercises are an effective method for improving vocal connection and… — 1.49 mins

Exercice de respiration 1 a 13 melodie
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Counting from 1 to 13 – Melody

Breathing for singing > Respiratory connection exercise: counting
Level : Beginner

In this series, we will count from 1 to 13 by adding a vocal melody. This… — 1.49 mins

Exercice de respiration 1 a 17 Note
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Counting from 1 to 17 – Single note

Breathing for singing > Respiratory connection exercise: counting
Level : Initiated

This exercise consists of holding a straight and simple note while counting from 1 to… — 1.49 mins

Exercice de respiration 1 a 17 Melodie
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Counting from 1 to 17 – Melody

Breathing for singing > Respiratory connection exercise: counting
Level : Initiated

In this series, we will show you how to count from 1 to 17 by adding a… — 1.49 mins

Exercice de respiration 1 a 21 Note
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Counting from 1 to 21 – Single note

Breathing for singing > Respiratory connection exercise: counting
Level : Intermediate

The exercise here consists of holding a straight and simple note while counting from 1 to… — 1.49 mins

Exercice de respiration 1 a 21 Melodie
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Counting from 1 to 21 – Melody

Breathing for singing > Respiratory connection exercise: counting
Level : Intermediate

In this series, we will explain to you how to count from 1 to 21 by adding a melody… — 1.49 mins

Exercice de respiration 1 a 25 Note
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Counting from 1 to 25 – Single note

Breathing for singing > Respiratory connection exercise: counting
Level : Advance

In this exercise, you will maintain a straight and simple note, while counting from 1… — 1.49 mins

Exercice de respiration 1 a 25 Note
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Counting from 1 to 25 – Melody

Breathing for singing > Respiratory connection exercise: counting
Level : Advance

In this series, we will teach you how to count from 1 to 25 by adding a melody… — 1.49 mins

The sound of the singing voice

Complete guide to singing voice registers

Welcome to our complete guide to singing voice registers! Whether you are a beginner or an experienced singer, this guide will help you better understand the different registers of the voice and use them effectively to improve your vocal technique. We discuss in detail the three main registers of the voice: chest voice, head voice and mixed voice. You'll learn to recognize these registers and transition smoothly from one to the other, to achieve a more versatile and expressive voice in different musical styles. We also give you practical advice to avoid vocal fatigue and prevent accidents linked to incorrect use of a particular register. This complete guide to the registers of the singing voice will give you all the keys to improving your vocal technique and fully utilizing your potential as a singer.

Registres de la voix chantee
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Voice registers: understanding everything

The sound of the singing voice > Complete guide to the registers of the singing voice
Level : Beginner

Do you want to understand everything about the different registers of the voice? Every singer has his… — 2.07 mins

Voix de poitrine VS voix de tete
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Head voice and chest voice: differences and characteristics

The sound of the singing voice > Complete guide to the registers of the singing voice
Level : Beginner

The human voice is a wonderful and complex instrument. When we sing, we use two registers… — 1.55 mins

Passage voix de poitrine voix de tete
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Transition from head voice to chest voice

The sound of the singing voice > Complete guide to the registers of the singing voice
Level : Initiated

For beginning singers, moving from chest to head voice can… — 1.03 mins

Quiz vocal quelle type de voix
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Voice quiz: chest voice, head voice or mixed?

The sound of the singing voice > Complete guide to the registers of the singing voice
Level : Initiated

I offer you a little sound quiz which includes some extracts from songs available on the… — 2.07 mins

Mixed voice: secrets of a vocal art

Mixed voice is a key tool for any singer who wants to improve their vocal performance. In our course dedicated to this technique, you will learn how to use it naturally and effectively. We'll help you combine the registers of your voice to achieve a richer, more powerful sound, as well as find your own mixed voice tone. Suitable for beginners and experienced singers, this course will teach you to sing with less effort and more ease. We'll provide you with practical exercises to strengthen your mixed voice and integrate it into your practice routine. With our course, you will be able to master mixed voice and explore new possibilities for your voice.

La voix mixte secrets et astuces
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Mixed voice: secrets and tips

The sound of the singing voice > Mixed voice: secrets of a vocal art
Level : Initiated

Discover the mixed voice: the secret tip of singers to unlock their vocal potential. Limit your… — 2.57 mins

Transition voix mixte fluide
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The fluidity of the transition to mixed voice

The sound of the singing voice > Mixed voice: secrets of a vocal art
Level : Initiated

Here are the tips for moving from your chest voice to your head voice and… — 2.47 mins

Maitrise la bascule voix poitrine et tete en chant
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Master your mixed voice to sing better!

The sound of the singing voice > Mixed voice: secrets of a vocal art
Level : Initiated

Improve your singing technique by learning to master the switch between chest voices… — 2.44 mins

Les 2 registres vocaux
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The 2 extreme vocal registers

The sound of the singing voice > Mixed voice: secrets of a vocal art
Level : Advance

Discover two little-known extreme vocal registers: the “fry” and the whistle voice. GOOD… — 1.39 mins

Articulation and diction for singing

The importance of articulation for singing

Improve your singing in the blink of an eye: discover the importance of articulation! Good articulation can make all the difference in your vocal performance, making your words clearer and more emotional. Discover simple explanations and tips that can improve your diction and give more depth to your performance. Don't underestimate the impact of articulation on your singing by realizing that it is the last element that finalizes your singing or your speech!

Larticulation essentielle pour chanter
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The essential articulation for singing well?

Articulation and diction for singing > The importance of articulation for singing
Level : Initiated

Why and how to improve your vocal technique and articulation? Learn how your speed... — 1.55 mins

Travaille ton articulation avec des vocalises
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Work on your articulation with vocalizations

Articulation and diction for singing > The importance of articulation for singing
Level : Initiated

Vocalization and good articulation are essential to improve your singing, working on… — 1.39 mins

Travailler son articulation avec des
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Sing songs to work on your articulation

Articulation and diction for singing > The importance of articulation for singing
Level : Initiated

How to improve your articulation technique by working directly on a piece of music, step by step… — 1.02 mins

Methode pour un morceau rapide a articuler
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Exercise to articulate quickly while singing

Articulation and diction for singing > The importance of articulation for singing
Level : Initiated

Here is the method to effectively work on your pronunciation in music to improve your articulation, particularly on… — 12 mins

Singing technique and warm-up

Singing exercises to improve your voice in video

Do you want to improve the quality of your voice and work on your vocal technique? In this section, we present to you a selection of video vocalization exercises to help you achieve your goals. If you are a beginner, these exercises will allow you to develop your voice and boost your vocal performance. If you already have singing skills, incorporate these vocalizations into your daily singing routine to strengthen your technique and improve your voice even further.

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Singing technique and Vocal warm-ups

Singing technique and warm-up > Vocal exercises to improve your voice on video
Level : Beginner

What are vocalizations for? Why train? Here we will answer all the… - 5 min

Exercices de Vocalises et technique de chant
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Siren on the sound “OU”: Singing exercise

Singing technique and warm-up > Vocal exercises to improve your voice on video
Level : Beginner

This video vocalization exercise with the siren on the 'OU' sound allows you to work… — 2.38 mins

Exercices de Vocalises et technique de chant
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Humming (mouth closed): Singing exercise

Singing technique and warm-up > Vocal exercises to improve your voice on video
Level : Beginner

Humming (Closed Mouth) is a useful vocal technique for working on the voice gently,… — 9.48 mins

Exercices de Vocalises et technique de chant
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Siren Lip trill: Vocalization exercise

Singing technique and warm-up > Vocal exercises to improve your voice on video
Level : Beginner

The Mermaid Lip Trill is an essential vocalization exercise for singers, allowing… — 1.15 mins

Exercices de Vocalises et technique de chant
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Lip trill : Singing exercise

Singing technique and warm-up > Vocal exercises to improve your voice on video
Level : Beginner

Discover the lip trill vocalization exercise on a note to strengthen flexibility and… — 5.40 mins

Exercices de Vocalises et technique de chant
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Staccato note on 'M' and vowels: Singing exercise

Singing technique and warm-up > Vocal exercises to improve your voice on video
Level : Beginner

Find out how to develop the projection of your voice with this Pique Staccato vocalization exercise. — 6.11 mins

Exercices de Vocalises et technique de chant
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Legato on 'M' and vowels: Vocalization exercise

Singing technique and warm-up > Vocal exercises to improve your voice on video
Level : Beginner

Sing with fluidity and elegance while improving your vocal placement thanks to this Legato vocalization exercise… — 3.15 mins

La technique vocale de Michael Jackson
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How to sing like Michael Jackson?

Singing technique and warm-up > Vocal exercises to improve your voice on video
Level : Advance

Improve your voice with Michael Jackson's vocal exercises as if you were there... — 25.11 mins

Sing and play guitar at the same time

Play guitar while singing

If you're a singer and looking to improve your rhythm coordination, our comprehensive, easy-to-follow method for playing guitar while singing is for you. This method is also ideal if you want to learn to play another instrument while singing. Our course begins by teaching the most commonly used rhythms for guitar and vocals, as well as their variations. It is essential to master each instrument individually to be able to play each rhythm automatically and then merge them. By following our method, you will be able to significantly improve your ability to play the guitar or other instruments while singing. This technique is especially useful if you play drums, bass, or any other instrument that you want to combine with your voice.

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Sing and play guitar at the same time  

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Beginner

Every singer/guitarist aspires to play all the songs of their favorite artist. Fortunately, there is… - 5 min

Chant et guitare en rondes 3
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Singing in whole notes and simple figures on the Guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Beginner

Exercise: Sing a round alternating with a round played on the guitar Alternate a… - 10 minutes

Chant et guitare en rondes 3
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Singing in whole notes and sixteenth notes on the guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Initiated

Exercise: Alternate a sung whole note with sixteen sixteenth notes played on the guitar Play an eighth note… — 8 mins

Chant et guitare en rondes 3
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Singing in Whole notes and triplets Guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Initiated

Exercise: Alternate a sung whole note with a triplet of eighth notes played on the guitar Play… — 8 mins

Chant et guitare en blanches
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Half note singing and simple guitar figures

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Beginner

Exercise: Alternate two half notes sung with a whole note played on the guitar Accompany two half notes… - 10 minutes

Chant et guitare en blanches
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Singing in half notes and sixteenth notes on the guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Initiated

Exercise: Alternate two half notes sung with sixteen sixteenth notes played on the guitar Accompany two half notes… — 8 mins

Chant et guitare en blanches
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Singing in half notes and triplets on the Guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Initiated

Exercise: Alternate two half notes sung with a triplet of eighth notes played on the guitar Play… — 8 mins

Chant et guitare en noires
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Singing in quarter notes and simple figures on the Guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Beginner

Exercise: Alternate quarter notes sung with a whole note played on the guitar Accompany quarter notes… - 10 minutes

Chant et guitare en noires
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Singing in quarter notes and sixteenth notes on the guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Initiated

Exercise: Alternate quarter notes sung with sixteen sixteenth notes played on the guitar Play an eighth note… — 8 mins

Chant et guitare en noires
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Singing in quarter notes and triplets on the Guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Initiated

Exercise: Alternate quarter notes sung with a triplet of eighth notes played on the guitar Play… — 8 mins

Chant et guitare en croches
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Singing in eighth notes and simple figures on the Guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Beginner

Exercise: Sing eighth notes alternating with a whole note played on the guitar Alternate… - 10 minutes

Chant et guitare en croches
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Singing in eighth notes and sixteenth notes on the Guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Initiated

Exercise: Alternate eighth notes sung with sixteen sixteenth notes played on the guitar Play an eighth note… — 8 mins

Chant et guitare en croches
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Singing in eighth notes and triplets on the Guitar

Sing and play guitar at the same time > Play guitar while singing
Level : Initiated

Exercise: Practice rhythm combinations that include eighth notes and triplets. These exercises… — 8 mins

The musician's toolbox : the fundamentals

Everything you need to know to play an instrument

This section is designed to give you a good start in your musical learning whatever your instrument. By taking the time to understand these basic concepts, you will be able to progress more quickly and flourish in the practice of your favorite instrument. And if you have any questions or difficulties, do not hesitate to come back to this section as often as necessary. It is designed to support you in your musical journey, whatever your starting level.

Free Tout savoir sur le metronome
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How to use a metronome?

The musician's toolbox: the fundamentals > Everything you need to know to play an instrument
Level : Beginner

Free online metronome to improve your rhythmic precision by choosing your tempo and number… — 2.58 mins

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What is time signature?

The musician's toolbox: the fundamentals > Everything you need to know to play an instrument
Level : Beginner

The time signature in music is represented by a temporal fraction, composed of two numbers indicating… — 4.43 mins

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Rating of international agreements

The musician's toolbox: the fundamentals > Everything you need to know to play an instrument
Level : Beginner

Learn to read the international symbols for chord notation in music. Capital letters… — 3.27 mins

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Our Online Singing Lessons: learn to sing

How to learn to sing on your own? How to have a beautiful voice? How to sing in tune? Breathe well with the stomach? How to use head and mixed chest voice? In short, how to sing well?
Here is the complete method of Yooplay online training whatever your level. You have probably heard that old adage that one is born with a voice or not and basically singing is innate!

Indeed the voice is an instrument like any other and to be able to master it you must learn, work and maintain. In this regard we all started a day ! This online singing course will allow you to develop your singing and improve on the songs you love!

Our Online Singing Lessons: Easy method to learn to sing in tune 

We don't sing badly for no reason: several parameters come into play account in this house of cards that is the voice. In your work it will be necessary to improve each mechanism of the voice: the placement vocal, abdominal breathing, articulation, etc.
Whatever your level in singing, you will find here through our singing lessons in online what you need to learn singing and improve your voice.

In First of all, the voice is a WIND INSTRUMENT.
Your voice is your body
from feet to legs to head. So, it is an organic instrument, alive, and therefore as such it will depend on lots of parameters unforeseen events: hearing, fatigue, morale, illness, etc.

Our Online Singing Lessons: the technique for learning to sing alone 

Before you begin the exercises, I think it would be good to answer one of the most frequently asked questions “Can you learn to sing alone?”
You can use a singing teacher af
firelated Yooplay who will use our tool. This will allow you to find your course at home.

Our Online Singing Lessons: How do I learn to sing alone if I don't have a teacher?

If you want to learn to sing online alone, you can also practice our exercises as well as our songs. Therefore, the condition will be good listen to you and record youfin to correct your voice tics and your defaults.
The lessons are always completely passable, whether you know how to play
another instrument (piano, guitar, etc.) or not!

So you will find this path:
1- Understanding the voice : anatomy of the voice (vocal cords, diaphragm, etc.)
2- Exercise your voice (vocalization, articulation, notes and rhythms, etc.)
3-Apply your vocal knowledge (songs)

Take online singing lessons: Voice exercise for better singing

Indeed, on the Yooplay website whether you know how to use a piano or not, our vocal technique exercises will allow you to always keep the machine has a minimum of efficiency and thus counterbalance the influence negative elements that canfluer on the quality of your voice. Do as if you were always just about ready, healthy and on top!

So you you will cling as much as possible to your reference: your sensations. Our courses singing video and our song videos are intended to be simple and playful. They are built in such a way that you can directly access the videos that interest you.
You will find theoretical coursesfin to understand how your voice works, what are its mechanisms but also practical lessonsfin of practice and learn to sing.

Our Online Singing Lessons: Music to apply your learning

Whether for voice or other instruments (piano, guitar, etc.) you you will find on Yooplay a whole catalog of songs to work.
What
whatever your style and level, you should find the right shoe for you. Famous singers, this will also allow you to dissect the vocal techniques of these pieces.
So you can
assimilate and integrate them into your library of interpretation and technique voice.

1) Can everyone learn to sing on their own?

Is singing a talent or a skill? How can you learn to sing in tune? Studies show that unless you are one of the 3 % of the population who suffer from tone deafness, you can learn to sing in tune.
So if you look at the statistics, there
There's roughly a 97% chance that you can learn to sing. A graph showing that 97% people can learn to sing.
All the students I worked with were able to do match pitch and tone after a few simple exercises.

2) How to learn to sing alone when you sing badly?

Can everyone learn to sound good when they sing? Can you learn to sing if you have a bad voice? How can i sing magnificentfiwhat? Can I learn to sing naturally? How can I sing if I have a bad voice? Can I change my voice?
These are all questions to which it is difficultfieasy to respond. Because “singing well” is a matter of opinion (just like some people think there is an easy way to get it right sing).
For example, if you ask “how can I sing
like Freddy Mercury?”, that’s a difficult questionficile. I can't tell you give an easy tip for how to sing like Freddy Mercury.

What is a person who sings well?

Does Bob Dylan sound good? You can say no, but to At the time, he was one of the most popular singers in the world.
A
big voice does not automatically equal success. And the Success doesn't always require a big voice. So if you asks “how can I sing with a bad voice?”, rejoice!
Many people have found success with less vocals
that perfect.

Yes, there is a greater chance that if you learn better use your voice, you are more successful than someone who is not all trained. The most important question is “how tofido you deny it makes it sound good.”
Adele has spoken publicly about hating the sound of his own voice. Can you imagine?
If this is how Adele feels, it's very likely that you don't like no more the sound of your own voice at the beginning.

How to sing with just the right notes?

You ever wished you could sing the songs you love, but you thought it was impossible because you can't sing in tune?
Do your friends and family make faces when you sing in front of them?
Maybe a school teacher once told you that you didn't know sing or that you sang “out of tune”.
Or maybe you just
the feeling of having a bad voice... You simply have to learn to sing alone!

Learn to sing: Getting the right notes right

The good news is that you can learn to sing in tune. Set down on the right pitches every time is easier than you think think so.
Many people have difficulties
ficultivated to sing in tune, while others start well, but are no longer able to keep up rhythm or gradually begin to make false notes or move away from the tone.
Do these people have bad voices? Are-
Are they basically bad singers? It's simply that they have not yet learned to sing in tune and that is what differentiates a great singer from a layman.

Learn to sing alone: Details that make it all! Interpretation

We can know how to sing in tune but if we lack material and knowledge in the vocal movements that exists this will not give Nothing. Indeed, it’s the details that make it all.
Vibrato, legato,
appoggiaturas, chanted notes are words that scare people. But in reality they are just vocal movements, ways of making a note or switch from one to the other.
This is the whole alphabet of adults
singers and singers. If you don't want to sing like a robot with fair but flat notes I invite you to work on our songsfin of build your library.

Learn to sing alone: Rhythm

I sing just, well with a good knowledge of vocal techniques and interpretation but I'm not in rhythm!
It's like everything,
your entire vocal quality then collapses. Do not sing in rhythm will give NOTHING. You always need to know where you stand rhythmic.
The greats of singing play with rhythm and groove with
him. Like all instruments, you too are your best friend. metronome!

Are singing stars naturally gifted?

This is probably the biggest problem when learning to sing:
we start with a misconception, namely that singing is a talent natural with which one must be born.
Many people think “don’t
“can’t sing” and discover that they really can.

How to learn to sing alone quickly?

In reality, even the best singers have practiced for hours and hours, trained and studied for affiner their voice and their accuracy.
Just because they make it look easy doesn't mean that was. So rest assured, whatever your current singing ability, you can learn to sing in tune and develop a good voice.

Tip: how to hold a microphone to sing?

The best way to approach working with a microphone is to consider it an extension of your voice.
Rather than “projecting” your
voice as you would in an acoustic environment, let it microphone do the job and focus on your delivery, pitch and your emotions.
Here are some key singing tips to keep in mind
when developing your microphone technique:


1. Learn to sing alone: Sing in the right place on the microphone

Every microphone has a place where it is most effectivefithat's. If you sing into the microphone at an inappropriate angle, you risk losing important tonal characteristics of your performance.
Always sing
in the center of the microphone, never on the side or top. This requires a little practice, but once you understand your microphone, you You will get a richer, fuller sound!


2. Learn to sing alone: Hold the microphone correctly

Always hold the microphone by the boom. Although it may seem cool to hold the microphone by the head, this can muffle your sound, or worse, create a unpleasant feedback for the ears coming from the sound system.

3. Learn to sing alone: The proximity effect is your friend!

Most microphones used for live singing are subject to what is called the proximity effect. This meansfie that the distance between your singing and the microphone affect the timbre of your voice.
Sing closer to
microphone, for example, emphasizes low frequencies. This can be a nice sound, but if you find your voice too “deep”, try backing off an inch or two from the mic.


4. Learn to sing alone: Experiment with different vocal effects.

Working with a microphone allows you to use different effects to improve your voice. Try singing and adjusting the flair flow in your nose, to open your throat to give more resonance and to work on your glottal attack, your enunciation and your vibrato.
By working on these
different techniques in front of the microphone, you can develop memory muscle necessary for performance.
Addresses the use of a microphone
like any other vocal technique – practice often!

Online Singing Lessons: How to sing better?

Learn to sing alone: Find your style

The #1 Reason Why Mediocre Singers Stay Mediocre is that they never really develop their own feeling identity and style.
The reason we remember
a few names chosen from the sea of others who have come and gone to fil decades is simply because they had their own style unique that no one has ever really had before and maybe that no one will ever have it again.


Learn to sing alone:
 Can you cultivate your style?

When you, as a singer... you stand up on stage... and you open your mouth...There is literally nothing behind which you can hide. The audience will know exactly who you are, and how you feel any time...Because they will see it in your eyes, on your face and in your body language… and above all, they will feel it in your voice.
So if you don't feel honestly and with 100% certainty (at less while you're on stage) that you're the baddest of motherfuckers of the planet...It doesn't matter that your performance was “technically perfect” up to that point, because everything they will remember is the smell of your fear and self-doubt.

Learn to sing alone: How to develop this cuntfiance?

Well, even though there are many ways to go wrong to have a cuntfiillusory ance in oneself…As we all know since the first episodes of each season of American Idol… the idiotfiillusory self-ance is even worse than uncertainty. The good best option is to become objectively stupidfiant in itself, in becoming really good at what you do.

Learn to sing alone: Copy your favorite SINGERS

Although it may seem strange to say that you can develop your own unique style by copying others…..Almost all the great singers (or any other type of artist for that matter), have found their style of the same way: By copying their heroes.

Learn to sing alone: Recognize who can be copied, and who cannot be copied

Even though I would like to tell you that you finiras by being able to imitate all the singers on your list…There is a good chance that your tendencies vocals only align with half of them.
But that's normal,
because some voices are so unique that NO ONE can to copy.

Among male singers… the first name that comes to the spirit is Robert Plant. All men want to sing covers of Led Zeppelin, but they fialmost always end up having a sound terrible.
Among singers… Mariah Carey is an excellent example.

If a singer's style doesn't seem to align with yours, cross it out. name and replace it with a new one. After doing this several times, you finiras by you fixer on a list with a good mix of voices that fit well.

Learn to sing alone: Develop your own voices

Once you've built a solid roster of legendary singers...It It's time to start borrowing from each of them with the ultimate goal to find your OWN style.
Assuming you chose
truly legendary singers to learn from them…
What you
will notice after studying their tendencies is that they have usually a mix of about 5-6 different “voices” that they use selectively in different musical contexts.

Here are some examples of these voices:

  1. a screaming metal voice
  2. a sweet angelic voice
  3. a breathy voice to speak to the pillow
  4. a sexy, smoky voice

…And the list is still long.

Once you have identifiedfié the different voices used by each of your favorite singers…The next step is to experiment each of these voices to discover which ones you identify withfiare you the more.
At fil time, you will notice that you prefer some of these voice to others, and you will gradually begin to accumulate more and more weapons in your “singing arsenal”.

Online Singing Lessons: Daily practice techniques

1. Learn to sing alone: Find a place to practice where no one can hear you

One of the biggest mental obstacles for a singer trying to sounding GOOD is the refusal to sound BAD. Every time you learn a new song or technique…
You will hurt many times before you figure out how to do it correctly. That's how it works. When you train in a place where your roommates or neighbors can hear you…
and that you are a little embarrassed that they listen to you. You will never be able to give 100% of your energy and concentration to train, because you will be afraid of sounding bad.

2. Learn to sing alone: Work on your power

This is true when you learn to develop the power of your voice. And This is probably the main reason why so few of us reach this impressive volume, which makes the walls tremble, that we all wish.
The mere thought of others laughing while
that you're screaming at the top of your lungs in the next room is too embarrassing for most people.
One possible way to handle this problem
would be to spend months or years working on your cuntfiance in you until you no longer care what others think of You…

3. Learn to sing alone: Warm up with other things

Like any other muscle in your body, the vocal cords need a certain “warm-up” time before being ready to operate at full throttle. Another method may be to simply sing songs.
And what better way to warm up for these moves
than just singing something you would normally do, but in a relaxed way, so as to minimize vocal tension?
So make sure you have 3 or 4 songs like these in your repertoire and sing 1 or 2 of them at the start of each session training. A low, a medium and a high song that you
repeat as many times as necessary.

4. Learn to sing alone: Don't sing over other voices

A HUGE mistake that aspiring singers always make is practice singing with the original voice they are trying to copy all the time.
Your voice is always masked by the performance
incredible from the other singer. And it's very easy to trick your brain making it believe that the awesome sound you hear is coming from your own mouth rather than someone else's.
Learn and then
sing with your voice alone!

5. Learn to sing alone: Don't sing acapella either

In contrast, the OTHER common mistake singers make is to practice “acapella”, without any support. People believe in wrong than just because it is “more difficultficile”, this will make them better singers.
The problem is that without a reference height to follow
your grades could drift in every direction and you'd never know it unless you already have advanced height perception (this which almost no one actually has).

6. Learn to sing alone: Play your own accompaniments

You also have the possibility of hearing your voice in isolation to be able to correct your weak points. But you also have support for follow so you can work on controlling the pitch.
However, as neither of these two scenarios is realistic for almost everyone…The next best solution is to learn simply playing your OWN accompaniments… ideally on one or the other :
an acoustic guitar or piano. Even if it
will definitely take a little more work at first...this will greatly improve your singing and overall musicality in the long run.

7. Learn to sing alone: ALWAYS memorize the words. NEVER read.

There are singers who think it is normal to read the lyrics of a leaf while they sing.
If you don't spend time
specifithat when memorizing the words without the sheet you do not will NEVER memorize as well as you really need to.
SO
before you even start practicing a new song, you should have already memorized the lyrics and the entire structure of the song song by heart. Everything should flow naturally from your mouth,
without you having to think about the actual words. Work with the lyrics.
Learn the lyrics first. Then sing the words.

8. Learn to sing alone: Practice a little, every day.

You can only really sing so long each day before your vocal cords don't have enough. For most people, this is produced between 30 minutes and 2 hours… 1 hour being the average.
So if you really want to get good, the ONLY way to do it is to train every day no matter what and you have to keep doing it for the next few years to have a chance to become the singer you dream of becoming.
Because even after
mastered a song, if you don't continue to sing it regularly, your “muscle memory” will tend to forget things with the time.

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