October 19th, 2016 | by VoiceCouncil

François Lévesque

Vocal Coach comments from Jenn Bostic

François, wonderful performance. You have a really beautiful presence and voice. Your passion for your art shines through in this video. Your runs are seamless and your musicality is something to be admired. I would love to hear you bring in a little bit of that warmer tone you’re using in the verses to the higher chorus sections. You use your head resonance well, it would interesting to hear you experiment with different placements of the tone for different sections of the song. Overall, fantastic performance.

François Lévesque's bio

I’m a French Canadian singer now living in South America, so I sing in French, English and Spanish. I’m into live looping and acoustic downtempo music. I love playing with vocal and guitar effects, but sometimes a song doesn’t need anything but a guitar!

This singer is an entrant in our competition which ends on January 15th 2017.

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  • Netor

    Mmmm, interesting. How about us who are in choral music or choir music. What best can I do to improve my singing and my vocal techniques in order to come up with a good choral voice? And how best can I improve my range? For as at now, I can only reach ranges just up to C2.

  • Freya Astrella

    Have a read through the techniques articles – there are so many incredible contributors who will help you develop the voice you’ve always wanted. :-)

  • Netor

    Surely, thank you so much.

  • Netor

    About a good voice, how often one practice in a day in or order to come up with a good and clear voice? Talking of vowels, vibrator and diction. How can one combine them in a song? How long does it take for one to be good in music? To know how the notes 🎶 are going, the time signature etc. Equally the beat of the song.

  • Netor

    How do you set the beat of the song? How can one come up with a good tone color? How can one perfect the tone color and also the breathing from the diaphragm? How can one end the nasal type of sound? And how can one come up with a clear sound without a nasal? Or is singing in nasally good thing or what? Cause I find challenging when it comes to choir music, hering others producing a nasally sound and some a clear sound. How do you belt in a song?