Welcome Back to the Singorama Audio Minicourse!
So what makes a good quality tone? How do you produce a great sounding voice that keeps a crowd coming back for more?
Today we are focusing on vocal tone and how to work with your unique sound. A clear and pure tone is what you are aiming for. In this lesson, we will focus on how you can analyze your own vocal qualities so you know which areas you may need to work on. For example, is your voice bright, dull, sharp, piercing, mellow, muted, gravely, squeaky or thin? We will look at trouble spots in your voice and how you can produce a clearer and full-sounding tone.
And remember: this is just the tip of the iceberg! For the “Mercedes Benz” of singing training courses, go get the full Singorama 2.0 course right now from Singorama.com!
Day 2: "Vocal Tone"
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If you keep up all we have taught you in this lesson, you will be ready to sing a great audition piece in no time!
Do you ever wonder if it is possible that Randy and Paula from American Idol could refrain from saying, “You’re a bit pitchy,” or, “That was a bit pitchy,” or, “Watch your pitching”? Well, in the next lesson, we give you the theory and technique on how to hit those notes correctly, so that “pitchy,” “pitching,” and “tuning” problems are a thing of the past!
Get ready to expand your vocal knowledge tomorrow with Part 3: “Becoming Pitch Perfect.”
Another Singorama Success Story!
Do you know how to make a song your own?
Think of American Idol: the judges always tell the contestants about how they want to see their personalities come through when they are singing. They don’t want them to just stand and recite a great song. They want the WOW factor. They want to see something that elicits emotion and makes people remember their performance.
So how do you do that?
We’ll not only show you how to study a piece of music like an actor would study a script, but we’ll also show you how to change a song, add to a song, and use stylistic aspects to turn the song into something that you can be remembered for … plus give you performance tips for dealing with performance anxiety and any mishaps (like forgetting the words to the song) that you may encounter.
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