Pop music emerged as a distinct style in the 1950’s, although it’s evolved a lot since then, and it continues to change as music evolves. In this tutorial, Camille will take a broad look at pop singing and define some characteristics present in the majority of contemporary pop styles.
Do you want to learn how to riff and run like your favorite artists? If so, this tutorial is for you! You’ll learn how to create runs from scratch and break down complicated runs you hear.
Does the thought of performing absolutely terrify you? Most singers experience a mix of both anxiety and excitement. In this tutorial, Camille shares the best game plan for a perfect performance.
Former "The Voice" contestant, Reagan James will show you how to sing in the style of your favorite female artists!
Jon Statham will show you how to sing in the style of your favorite male artists!
This tutorial on classical technique will get you started finding your classical tone, whether your goal is to learn classical repertoire, be a better choral singer, or build a solid foundation so you can branch into other styles knowing how to get the most out of your voice.
Where are my country singers at? If you love country music and would like to learn more about singing in a country style, this tutorial is for you! Singers of any genre and experience level are welcome. I encourage you to get in the mood with your favorite country tune, and we’ll get singing together.
How do I start learning to sing R&B? Where do I begin? First: begin listening to a varietyof r&b artists! Get that playlist ready, and then watch my Intro to R&B tutorial. See you there!
Group singing, whether you’re in a choir, an acapella ensemble, or providing harmonies in a band, requires a special set of skills. Become a better ensemble singer with our tutorial on how to sing in a group!
How are your low notes sounding? If you think they could use a boost, watch my tutorial on “how to gradually sing lower”. Get ready to have some fun, and I’ll see you there!
You know range extension takes time. But what exercises should you be using specifically to reach more high notes? Follow along and find out in my tutorial on how to gradually sing higher.
If you ever wanted to learn how to belt, big, powerful notes, like your favorite rock, gospel, blues or musical theater singers, then start with this lesson. You'll learn how to control your breath, compress the voice and use the extended pathway for a more beautifully resonant tone.
It’s a special Christmas tutorial! Join me for some holiday fun as we learn a few favorite carols. This tutorial is great for singers of any experience level. See you there!
When I say pop music, what do you think of? Michael Jackson? Madonna? Ed Sheeran? Ariana Grande? Pop music emerged as a distinct style in the 1950’s, although it’s evolved a lot since then, and it continues to change as music evolves. A lot of sub genres could be classified as pop; so for our purposes, we’re gonna take a broad look at pop singing and define some characteristics present in the majority of contemporary pop styles. I think you’ll have fun. Let’s get started!
How do you make a song your own? We’ve got a new tutorial to help you do just that! Using the New Year’s classic, Auld Lang Syne, we’ll learn how to stylize and personalize a song with our tone, interpretation, and embellishment. Check it out!
Are you already a singer who regularly performs for an audience? Do you find it hard to find the right warm-ups to get yourself ready? Sometimes our best performance can be in the shower and yet we find ourselves distracted and disconnected when its time to get on the stage. Many professional singers have a warm up strategy to bring their “A game” when it counts most. In this tutorial you will find strategies and warm-ups to help you bring your best performance to your audience.
You can sing, and you can play piano, but you can’t do them at the same time. If that’s you, this tutorial will break it down and take you step by step to build that coordination. Get set up in front of your keyboard, and I’ll see you there.