“I was thinking they wanted to pass, but they called on the speaker ‘Please go to the right side.’ I stopped and four police came, two on each side, and checked the inside of the car. Then they asked me if I screamed. I said no, I was just singing.”
I found that gem on the most hilarious site ever, FML news.
I’m going to get in touch with this guy and sponsor him with a few lessons.
“I don’t know if my voice is very bad and that’s why I got the ticket, but I was very shocked.”
Bless his heart…
I talk a lot about learning the vocabulary of the technique here at Boulder Voice Lessons. It’s important to know the definition of the follow words:
Fundamental and Harmonic Resonances
…and the list goes on and on…
The ability to produce the sounds that these words define CREATE a complicated and beautiful tone. It’s a tone that people sit up in their chairs, or edge closer to the stage, to hear. They’ll say something like, “whoa… I don’t know how that person is making that sound, but I like it!”
That’s the sound we make here at Boulder Voice Lessons.
There are a bunch of ways to learn how to create this sound:
Private Lessons in person with yourz truly
Boulder Voice Lessons “How to Sing” YouTube Videos
Online Singing Lessons via Skype or Facetime or Facebook Messenger
But, the most complete way to learn to sing is to combine all those options.
So, get in touch with me, and let’s chat. There are lots of changes afoot here at Boulder Voice Lessons, and I want you guys in on the ground floor! I can’t wait to share it all with you as soon as it’s ready.
Until then, check out the YouTube Lessons, and if you haven’t signed up for the email list yet, do that here:
(You’ll get a FREE eBook, 5 Tips to Sing Better, for your efforts)
Sign up for a Singing Lesson here!
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