Often times people say “I want to sound like me and not anyone else.”
I agree: No one should “clone” anyone.
But we all have influences, and it is the sum of those influences, and how we “re-present” them with our own style that makes us great.
When I learned to play guitar, I learned from a smorgasbord of great players: Jeff Beck, Al Dimeola, Jimmy Page, Michael Schenker and many others. I then incorporated what I learned from them into my own style.
In addition, if we pick a difficult cover song where the bar is set high, this is an excellent grading scale to see how well our singing technique is working for us.
This is also true for learning in different styles as this increases our singing vocabulary and tool box for diverse singing.
In all of my “How To Sing Like” videos, I still sound like Ken Tamplin, but I have a flavor of the original artist, demonstrating their “style” safely, when often the original artist lost their voice due to bad technique.
In this video I show you how YOU can Find YOUR Voice.
Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy – Where The PROOF Is In The Singing!
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