Vocal exercises: how to sing vowels

Vocal exercises: how to sing vowels

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20 Comments

  1. I think this exercise actually helps. I wasn't able to sing one song before, than I somehow trained myself to do so (diaphram thingy), then I think the problem was that the sound only comes out of my mouth. I didn't use nasal cavity. Then I thought I'm good to go, was able to sing many songs, but it was still challenging. Now that I think about is that different vowel sounds require its specific mouth/jaw/tongue position to be able to sing those easily, without straining my voice and other unnecessary body or facial parts because I can't get myself to sing comfortably. And I think doing these exercises help you find your own comfortable positions to sing vowels; don't have to "lower your diaphram" lower, open mouth wider, or make your voice louder. Just do this practice you …. I think I will be fine.

  2. I've heard professional pop singers use the nasal singing, and it so very annoying.  I found it can also mean the person is singing out of their nose and not their lungs but then I'm not a teacher just a singer.

  3. I want to be a music professional, I will oblarge ti anyone who will help me to achieve this dream…thanks..here is my mail you can contact me or send me lesson videos.

  4. You are interchanging terminology – sound and method. Method-wise yes they approached singing from a modal voice only point of view but they didn't "sound" the same.

  5. The singing was different. Period. You can quote all the books you'd like but it doesnt change the fact that the majority sounded the same. Core with a strong chest. None of this lessening of chest taught today.

  6. how could you possibly make such a wide sweeping statement. They did not – as they cannot.

    If you knew vocal pedagogy history you would know that throughout the centuries there have been several schools of thought on "correct" singing. I can cite many examples prior to to the 1950's just in one genre where singers approached the material from different approaches.

  7. I don't think he's advocating a static mouth shape for singing songs, but for vocalizing.

  8. … and as i said before … girding. the Errrr sound. Its a tongue issue. No one wants to listen but it is.

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