Performing live or in a studio situation is a goal of many aspiring guitarists. Vocal training and the ability to sing and play at the same time are skills that will help in this endeavor.
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This series is all about improving your guitar and vocal performance skills. Mark covers topics such as vocal warm-ups, singing and playing, and other performance oriented techniques.Begin the Course
Mark introduces you to the wonderful world of singing.
Mark Lincoln guides you through stretches and vocal exercises to warm up the voice.
Mark continues to discuss vocal warm-ups and exercises. Then, he moves on to explain vibrato.
Mark covers some singing terms and teaches an exercise that is used to "warm the breath."
Mark Lincoln talks more about vocal exercise and warm-up. Then, he moves on to discuss singing and playing at the same time.
Mark Lincoln provides more singing exercises to practice while playing your guitar.
Mark returns to singing and playing. Mark teaches proper form while singing and playing, cognitive exercises, and chord progression basics.
Mark Lincoln discusses song dynamics and the anatomy of songs. He also explains more about singing and playing.
Mark Lincoln explains how rhythm is used in music.
Mark Lincoln applies singing and playing techniques to the Doors song "Riders on the Storm."
In lesson 11 of his performance series, Mark discusses the palm muting technique and how to separate your singing from your playing.
Mark discusses how alternating between arpeggios and strummed chords can add contrast and flair to your music.
Mark discusses silence in music and how it can transform a piece. Additionally, he explains how to use silence effectively in your playing.
In this lesson, Mark Lincoln talks more about warming up your voice and walks you through a few exercises that will aid this process.
Mark provides a lecture on items you should do and think about to become a proficient live player.
In this lesson, Mark delves into the concept of combining both your voice and guitar into one neat little package you can deliver to your listener.
Mark Brings us Lesson 17 today to explain the preparation that goes into a performance. Mark tracks back up to 36 hours in advance, and shows us some routines to prepare for a great show.
In this lesson, Mark teaches all of the diverse parts to a song with regards to dynamics.
In this episode, Mark talks about proper breathing techniques and routines. He gives us eight points to work off of when singing and playing together.
Mark Lincoln brings us a great play along opportunity. Mark provides lyrics as well as the chord progression for this play along. He also breaks down key elements such as palm muting, hammer-ons, bending, and strumming techniques.
Lesson 21 is a repeat of lesson 20's content only with a whole new set of chords and techniques. The"chords de jour" will be a little simpler than lesson 20's and will also include a much more in depth explanation of palm muting. How exciting!
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