Vibrato is an amazing tool that you can use as a singer to monitor your improvement, freedom, efficiency, vocal tone, and vocal control.
This episode is for you if you’ve been wondering:
What is vibrato?
When does vibrato happen?
How do you control vibrato as a singer?
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How To Control Your Vibrato When Singing: What is vibrato?
The dictionary defines vibrato as “a rapid, slight variation in pitch in singing or playing some musical instruments, producing a stronger or richer tone”.
Wikipedia defines vibrato as “a musical effect consisting of a regular, pulsating change of pitch. It is used to add expression to vocal and instrumental music. Vibrato is typically categorized...
I get a ton of questions over vocal fatigue or wanting to improve your vocal stamina. I get it! You want to control your voice and keep it healthy. I'm going to show you how you can sound amazing AND manage vocal fatigue.
What is vocal fatigue and what are some signs of vocal fatigue?
The magic ratio of glottal resistance vs airflow
The recommended vocal exercises for airflow
How to solve problems within the context of your songs through vocal exercises.
Solutions for airflow and pitch problems
How To Manage Vocal Fatigue - What is Vocal Fatigue?
Vocal fatigue could be when you hear a raspiness or breathiness when you sing or you feel a loss of access to some notes. One of the very first signs of vocal fatigue is when you lose access to a range of notes - if this happens to you, stop singing immediately!
Being aware of how your voice sounds and feels is so important because it is so easy to...
Good breathing technique is essential for power, volume, consistency and vocal tone. It also plays a role in matching pitch consistently and staying in tune. Breathing impacts a TON of things when it comes to your singing!
How To Breathe For Singing: The Myth
When you think about how to breathe for singing, what is the first thing that you think of? Is it something like “you have to support from the diaphragm?” Ok, great...so you may be thinking HOW do I support with the diaphragm?
Here’s the thing...while your diaphragm is involved with how to breathe for singing...it is not the key player. Medical professionals actually disagree on if the diaphragm can be directly controlled. What do I mean? Let’s say you want to move a finger...you don’t think too hard about it. But what if you want to move your diaphragm? How do you know you are actually moving your diaphragm and it’s not just your stomach? Well, you don’t.