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Seth Riggs teaches the unconventional singing technique called speech level singing. I don't know that a few lessons qualify as "Formal training" but she definitely confirmed learning a lot from his coaching in one of those q and a interviews. I read it in one of the press room articles on the old evthreads, back when I was a consistent lurker nonmember on the thread. I tweeted the question to her to clarify. Maybe she'll respond and put this to rest.
Post by dannycastillo on Sept 27, 2012 21:54:19 GMT -6
I don't know where I read/saw that Amy was coached by Seth Riggs, but like it's been said, I don't think taking a few lessons here and there qualify as training. I think Amy gets all her technique with time and experience. She has great technique. I'm a music performance major with a specialization in vocals, if anyone has any questions.
I've seen a lot of these "vocal analyses" for many vocalists, but there's barely any for rock/metal singers. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone here was knowledgeable enough to elaborate a little on Amy's vocal techniques (breath control, agility, resonance, etc) and highlight her strengths and weaknesses as well as how well she fares in each register.
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