MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 63 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 2 Hours | 1.18 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Maximise the power of your head and chest voice and learn how to refine & 'customise' the sound of your voice.
After mastering the Vocal Gears in Level 3, this course will take your skills in using the vocal gears up a notch - tighten up your control of the specific vocal gears that can help you sing strongly in your head voice and chest voice. This course will also help you establish the link between your vocal registers and vocal gears, so that you'll not only be able to reach your higher and lower notes very comfortably, but with great power and versatility. Thereafter, the course will address some of the most common problems that singers face when singing - so that you can constantly troubleshoot the vocal challenges that you may face from time to time as you continue to improve your voice even after this programme.
A course that is perfect for singers who are trying to achieve more power in their higher and lower vocal range. This course also helps you fine-tune your vocal control, technique, tone quality, range & etc through troubleshooting the most common vocal challenges that singers face.
Learn how to strengthen your head voice - the voice that can help you to hit high notes easily!
Get a better idea of how your use of vocal registers can affect your vocal gears.
Understand what vocal fundamentals you need to have checked to support your ability to sing high notes.
Refrain from pulling up your chest voice to sing high notes (avoid strain and shouting)
Improve your ability to access your head voice, the higher part of your vocal range.
Learn how to add the vocal gear, Cry, to your voice to sing your high notes with more power.
Learn how to further amplify/project your high notes, with the vocal gear, Belt.
Learn how to control the dynamics of your head voice - have better control of your high voice in terms of volume and sustaining notes.
Learn how to change vocal gears even on just a single note - increase your flexibility in mixing the vocal gears in your head voice.
Learn how to strengthen your chest voice; develop and strengthen your deeper-sounding voice to sing low notes easily!
Understand what vocal fundamentals you need to have checked to support your ability to sing low notes.
Refrain from pulling down your head voice to sing low notes (be able to phonate at lower notes instead of having your voice disappear when you try to go any lower)
Improve your ability to access your chest voice, the lower part of your vocal range.
Learn how to add the vocal gear, Cry, to your voice to sing your low notes with more power.
Learn how to further amplify/project your high notes, with the vocal gear, Anchor and Belt.
Learn how to control the dynamics of your chest voice - have better control of your high voice in terms of volume and sustaining notes.
Learn how to change vocal gears even on just a single note - increase your flexibility in mixing the vocal gears in your chest voice.
Troubleshoot some common problems that singers face and learn how to overcome them. This segment will address the following:
How to sustain notes in singing
Understand the difference between breath control and breath support and how to engage in better breath support
How to make your notes 'sit' more comfortably in your vocal range
Help! My head voice is missing! (Finding your head voice)
How to get better at using your chest voice, mix and hour head voice.
How to sound less nasally when singing
Am I singing through my nose?
Does the tongue position affect our voices? How so?
I sound artificial when I sing! How can I sound more natural or more like me?
What is vocal placement?
How to colour your voice in a warmer or brighter tone.
How should my larynx position be like when singing?
My voice is shaky & inflexible! Help! (How to make your voice more steady and connected).
How to further improve your vocal connection
How to approach high and low notes better with visualisation
How to sound less childlike
What are the requirements?
A room or space to practise in. We'll be making some crazy sounds, yet again!
Commitment to practice all of the vocal exercises as often as you can.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 5 lectures and 1 hour of content!
Sing high and low notes with good vocal control and power.
Strengthen your head voice - belt out high notes or sing with an edgier voice with your head voice
Strengthen your chest voice - sing low notes more accurately with a more solid-sounding voice, or a chestier sound.
Understand some of the causes for some of the most common vocal problems and challenges that singers face and how to overcome them.
What is the target audience?
Intermediate & advanced singers.
Singers who have difficulty singing or sustaining notes powerfully in their head and/or chest voice.
Singers who would like to troubleshoot and fix their on-going vocal problems, refine their vocal technique quickly and modify their current voice quality.