Singing Guide: Loren DeMonteclaro

Singing Guide: Loren DeMonteclaro

Vocal technique, exercises, tips and relevant resources

Are you a beginner or advanced singer?

Loren DeMonteclaro is a Filipino artist known for his multi-octave range and distinct vocal runs. To learn how to sing like him, you need to develop a good foundation in vocal technique, as well as some specific skills. Here are some tips to help you get started:

  1. Learn the basics of good singing technique. Singing is a physical activity, and to produce good sound, you need to use the right muscles. Check out Singing Carrots' articles on analyzing your voice, voice types, breathing, open mouth and throat, and breath support - all key elements of good technique.
  2. Pay attention to your voice registers. Loren DeMonteclaro is known for his falsetto and whistle registers, so make sure you understand how to transition between registers smoothly. Singing Carrots has a helpful article on voice registers and vocal break that can help.
  3. Work on your vocal runs. Loren DeMonteclaro's music is characterized by intricate vocal runs that require careful control of pitch and timing. Singing Carrots' pitch training game can help you develop your pitch accuracy, while the pitch visualizer and exercises for range and agility can help you refine your pitch control.
  4. Practice vocal distortion. Loren DeMonteclaro is also known for his use of vocal distortion and growling. Singing Carrots' article on vocal distortion and growling can teach you the basics of this technique, while Singing Carrots' video on how to growl exercise can give you some practical tips.
  5. Experiment with twang. Twang is a vocal technique that can give your singing a brighter, more focused sound. Singing Carrots' article on contemporary vocal techniques explores twang, and the how to twang exercise video can give you a starting point.
  6. Master vibrato. Loren DeMonteclaro's voice is characterized by a smooth, even vibrato. Singing Carrots' article on singing with vibrato can help you understand how to produce this effect, while the Beggars Bounce and Diaphragm Bounce videos can help you practice.
  7. Choose the right songs. Loren DeMonteclaro's music includes songs such as "Pangako" and "Mahal Kita", that showcase his unique vocal range and runs. Search Singing Carrots' songbook to find similar songs that suit your voice.

With these tips, you can start learning how to sing like Loren DeMonteclaro, incorporating Singing Carrots' educational resources. Good luck on your vocal journey!

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