Sunday, February 28, 2016

Vocal Workout Drills Exclusive Audio Tapes (Case Study #2)

When I received Thank You messages via WhatsApp following my Case Study #1 article, I knew I was onto something tremendously helpful. What the case studies series on audio tapes does is it shows you how it’s done. It is a well packaged recorded program wherein all you need to do is to listen to understand what training the voice is all about, AND it illustrates what hitting the mark in training really is. When you listen to these tapes, unless you have absolutely no singing talent at all, you will begin to realize what is expected of you in the learning process. So let’s take a look at what you can expect from my vocal workout drills exclusive audio tape today.

In this recording, Case Study #2 is in their eighth Intensive Course session, which pretty much runs an-hour-a-day four times a week. Let me point this out very clearly. This course runs back to back for a reason. If you want to learn to sing really quickly and want your voice to advance in leaps and bounds, the more often you train the bigger the results. So if you want to go from zero to hero, this will be the course for you. Now let me explain where Case Study #2 came from in training and where they’re at now, and WHY this particular route is the best course of action for anyone that wants to learn to sing.

Vocal training exercises began with the lip rolls and tongue trills for several lessons, to help Case Study #2 to find their chest to head voice connection with an even and connected tone. It isn’t rocket science. It’ll happen if you follow the plan. My ultimate goal is to eventually have my pupil apply the same connectedness, as in the lip rolls and tongue trills, to singing the vowels. In this recorded session, we’re working with a variety of vowels (AEIOU) in different combination sets. You’ll be amazed to hear how evenly connected my pupil sounds in all of the exercises, with me playing the scales on piano and offering helpful tips at the same time. Make sure you take particular note of the tips I offer.

In Conclusion: we do the lip rolls and tongue trills to help prepare the voice to function in singing without the interference of our outer larynx muscles. Lip rolls and trills help to keep them down a little bit—your outer larynx muscles, that is—so you can use your voice through your entire range with greater ease and freedom, without the strain and pain afflicting the untrained voice when singing higher notes. My Case Study #2 is a classic example of how correct speech level posture cancels out the tendency to pull up the chest voice (SHOUT) when you sing. To listen to this Exclusive Audio Tape on Case Study #2 (with Kiswahili & English instruction) Click Here! The video below demonstrates how to do the Lip Roll.

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