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The Zen of Screaming (2005)

Unrated | | Music | Video 6 March 2005
In the early '90s, a passionate and unrestrained movement of singers emerged from the underground that would test the extreme limits of the human voice. Heeding the call of the warriors of ... See full summary »

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All That Remains ... Themselves
Melissa Auf der Maur ... Herself
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Keith Buckley ... Himself
Dallas Colin Coyle ... Himself
Freddy Cricien ... Himself
Melissa Cross ... Herself
Byron Davis ... Himself
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In the early '90s, a passionate and unrestrained movement of singers emerged from the underground that would test the extreme limits of the human voice. Heeding the call of the warriors of rock and metal for over 15 years, Melissa Cross developed a vocal training method that has since been embraced by these artists who value raw power and passion above everything in their performance. Her groundbreaking vocal technique can enhance range and increase endurance without sacrificing intensity and individuality. Combining solid voice technique and a groundbreaking vocal workout with tour-bus humor and backstage commentary, this DVD is as entertaining as it is informative. The Zen of Screaming is the first of it's kind a a must-have tool for the modern vocalist of all genres. Written by Loudmouth, Inc.

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Followed by The Zen of Screaming 2 (2007) See more »

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Very nice
12 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I picked up a copy of Zen of Screaming, but I'm very glad I did. Melissa goes through a number of exercises that definitely improved my voice; both singing and speaking, and I'm glad I did get a copy. It turns out that I would have, and was to some extent, damaged my vocal chords by singing the way I have been. Without these lessons, I could have done some serious, long-term damage to my voice. In fact, it was so good that I'm contemplating getting the sequel to these lessons. A must-see for anyone that has any question about their voice, whatsoever. And you by no means have to be a screamer to receive positive habits from this video.


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