Hi all I'm Vinni and would like to say KTVA rocks!
I could not find any vocal teacher that would have such clear explanation AND good voice, as Ken Tamplin does. He's my hero since my teenage - 'An Axe to Grind' era...
So I've been following videos and they helped me a lot. The most encouraging thing was to hear Ken's explanation about late bridging. That worked for me for I'm a belter, here's what I mean, in this video I'm playing and singing: https://youtube.com/watch?v=JkYZmrEg4iA
(it's in Lithuanian:)
Now I would like to ask you just one thing that's not really clear to me. It's about 'the speedbump' - the bridging.
Is it normal I still hear the difference between my chest voice and head voice right before and after the bridge? I mean the bridging happens smoothly just from within I hear myself that my phonation differs a little bit (when I'm belting).
That's why I was wandering where to bridge in the chorus of another track.
Later when I recorded it I realized that listeners can't really hear the difference.
But again, is it OK or it will come out later..?
Here's the track: https://youtube.com/watch?v=HbqBNbH20JY