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Free Singing Lesson M

Mastering Resonance
Manipulation of Size, Shapes and Articulation

Yvonne M. DeBandi, BME

Q. Dear Coach,

Do you have some hints that one can apply to articulation. I sometimes find that with certain words, (and I cannot think of an example right now) my voice fails me. ???

Answer. The problem is that we often sing words in the same manner that we talk, and we learn to talk by mimicking others. This is what accounts for different accents and certain families saying certain words in a similar manner. It also means that when we sing words, we often center those words in a variety of places throughout our mouth, altering tone placement and resonance. SMART singers will tend to keep their tone placement consistent when they sing, altering where the word is centered for stylistic effect.

Here is an easy way to understand how it feels for vowels to move around in our mouths:

Say the following vowels in the listed order: “EE - EH - AH - OH - OO”.

Now say them again, only imagine that each syllable is grounded, or has a central point, somewhere inside your mouth. We’ll refer to this certain central space as “X”. This “X” is going to move in your mouth. Can you determine the direction?

“EE - EH - AH - OH - OO.”

If you can’t visualize the “X” moving from the front to the back of your mouth as you recite the vowels, try saying them again but this time over-exaggerate your lip and facial movements from a “wide EE” to a very round “OO.”

This experiment should do the trick to show you how different vowels change the shape and the “central point” inside your mouth. Since changing the size and the shape of a resonating cavity changes the tone of your voice (and your mouth is the all important Oral Cavity), it becomes more obvious of how the pronunciation of words and controlling articulation effects singing.

Once this concept is understood, the question usually changes to: "So how can I become a master of resonance and maintain complete control over my voice?"

Here are a few tips to get you started on the right track:

1) Determine your favorite and least-favorite vowel. This usually translates as the vowel that is the easiest to sing over all pitch ranges (favorite) and the vowel that gives you the most difficulty over all pitch ranges (least-favorite). (If your challenge is a certain vowel in a certain pitch range, this will work for you too!)

Once you determine your favorite vowel, use it to your advantage. Sing exercises on this vowel first. Then work through each vowel until all of them are as “easy” as your favorite vowel. This may take several or even many practice sessions, but if you can sing it on one vowel you can sing it on any vowel. Sometimes it just takes learning how to readjust certain singing mechanics to accommodate the physical changes in the voice instrument.

If you are really trying to sing a specific song, use this exercise with it. Sing the song on your favorite syllable (preceded by a consonant) and then continue to practice it until you are comfortable on all the notes in all the ranges. Then move to the next vowel in line. Once you are done with all the vowels, or begin to get tired, sing it one last time or two on the words. You should begin to notice a difference within a few practice sessions.

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2) Learn the concept of shaping the back of your mouth - use it as a resonating control instead of a slave to the vowel you are singing.

Make yourself yawn. Be conscious of that big space that becomes available inside your mouth as your brain commands the opening to widen so more oxygen can be provided. To be a master of resonance, you need to learn to consciously widen that space without forcing an uncontrollable yawn. The wider that space remains in the back of your throat the easier it will be to access all of the remaining resonating cavities.

So learn to use the front of your mouth and lips to form the necessary consonants and shapes to round out the proper vowel, but keep the size and shape of the back of your mouth more consistent. End result, your sound will become more consistent. Right now, be sure you understand the concept of why this should work, even if you have no idea of how to make it happen.

3) A simple trick to get you started right away is to think about adding more “Ah” to the back of your throat. Here are a few examples:

Sing the word “life” on any pitch. Now sing it again, but consciously put more of an “ah” into the word, concentrating on the back of your mouth.

Try it now with the word, “love.” Love is a word used in many songs and many times it is sung like this: “luuuuhvvvvvvve.” This pronunciation does not take advantage of your resonating power and closes to the “v” before giving the vowel proper attention. Try it again with this kind of idea, “laaaahhhhhove. Remember that more than anything else, the “ah” should be more of a sensation and mental thought process. Your audience will simply hear a nicer sounding “love.”

4) Avoid tension in the lips, jaw and face and develop dexterity.

Do relaxation exercises to warm-up your facial muscles during your vocal warm-up. Include lip diction exercises. These could be tongue twisters or singing exercises concentrating on different consonants followed by different vowels. Do these exercises with the understanding that the more control you have over your facial muscles, the more control you have over your diction.

Always remember the rule: tension takes away from control and always reveals itself in your singing tone. Don’t overlook tension in any area of the voice instrument.

5) Take responsibility for your own vocal development. Becoming a master of resonance is just a portion of what it takes to become a master of singing. All of the mechanics of the voice work together as a team ... and you are only as strong as your weakest link.

Free Singing Lesson B

Be Inspired by Your Heritage
A2Z Singing Lessons

Mark Baxter

Be Inspired by Your Heritage
by Vocal Coach Mark Baxter

Since the dawn of man, every known culture has incorporated singing into their rituals. Every religion has as well. Before there was the written word, historical events were passed from generation to generation via songs. Because of the way our brains are wired, it is still far easier to remember something that is placed in song form then spoken. Regardless of language, everyone uses the same musical voice when speaking to a newborn (called infant directed speech). We do the same thing when talking to our pets. We aren't taught to speak this way - it's instinctive. We're all programmed to respond to the music of a voice. Its timbre, pitch, rhythm and dynamics are better indicators of someone's mood then the words they choose.

Fossil remains believed to be from a 500,000 year-old skull revealed that ancient humans had ear canals that were just the right length and shape to receive the frequencies produced by a human voice (1,000 to 4,000 Hz). That may seem like a logical set-up until you factor in that most experts point to the origin of sophisticated language at around 50,000 years ago. So what were those prehistoric humans tuning into for 450,0000 years? Other primates don't have ears tuned to those particular frequencies. To me, the answer is obvious. Who needs grammatical rules when the sound of the voice contains the important stuff?

The sounds of singing are simply the sounds of emotion. The ability to sing is as deeply encoded into humans as the ability to laugh and cry. It's only in recent history (if you factor a starting point of a million years ago) that singing has become something that people feel they should not pursue unless they are trained or receive outside approval. The "elitist" singer seems to be an unfortunate byproduct of the Renaissance. It was the popularity of a new theatrical form of entertainment around 1600, called opera, that changed the standards of western culture.

With the birth of opera we see music being specifically written to highlight a singer's abilities. Vocalist began training in earnest to take advantage of the showcase. Throughout the Baroque period opera houses were jammed with delighted audiences. However, as the singers were celebrated and placed on high pedestals, the opinion the average audience member held of his or her own voice took a nose-dive. Singing, at least on the stages throughout Europe, had become so specialized that the era also gave birth to a term that has gained complete acceptance throughout the world today: the non-singer.

If someone were to refer to himself or herself as a non-laugher or a non-crier it would cause alarm. You would naturally assume they were blocked emotionally. Instinctively you would not think of them as healthy. Perhaps you may even suggest a little therapy. Yet when people refer to themselves as non-singers, they are routinely given a nod of understanding and no further challenge to the statement is raised. Not only is singing as good for your mental health as laughing and crying, it's good for the mental health of those hanging out at the bar!

It's important to counter your inner skeptic the spit-second it causes you to doubt the worthiness of singing. Remind your skeptic that all humans, from those in awe of opera divas to those who idolize pop stars, have the same basic neural wiring, anatomy and genetic code as the performers. The only difference is the time spent pursuing refinement. It's a fact that you, too, were born with highly specialized singing genes passed down for a million years or more. What also may be true is that some people have an easier time developing their voices. They may have been born into more suitable circumstances or have an easier time granting themselves permission to excel. To this there is only one response, "So what?"

Rather then bog your mind down with irrelevent comparisons to popular singers, draw inspiration from the trillions of souls who have sung on this earth before us. It is because of them, and the genes they passed along, that the number of nerve fibers leading to your larynx is greater then the number that serves your eyes. It is because of their quest to use their voices for higher and higher levels of communication that our brains process singing so deeply. It is, in part, thanks to primitive singing that our distant ancestors were able to connect with each other in social groups - increasing their chances for survival. Those same genes are in us today, encouraging us to stay connected by rewarding us with a sense of well being whenever we sing together in large numbers. Singing was the first social network!

Lean on this rich singing heritage as the bedrock of your vocal foundation. You have a highly developed brain that can be stimulated to coordinate your singing skills to virtually any level of refinement. An appreciation of the physiology of your voice (the way the parts work together) will allow you to streamline your efforts when vocalizing. A focus on the timbre of your voice (its tone and quality) will communicate your emotional intentions to listeners through a bond we've shared for a million years. Honor all those who have sung in praise of their Gods and to pass their stories down to new generations. Show gratitude for the genes they passed along to you by maintaining your voice in peak condition and singing at the highest of your ability.


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Ingredients: Total Carbohydrate (1 g), Menthol (9.6 mg), Peppermint Essential Oil (4.8 mg), Myrrh (2.5 mg)

Other Ingredients: granulated sugar, glucose syrup, vegetable oil, liquorice extract, beeswax, water.

Simply dissolve one pastille in your mouth and inhale deeply. The simple act of using Vocalzone is good for the vocal chords! Vocalzone combines menthol, peppermint oil and myrrh tincture, formulated with licorice extract.

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Sprout's Voice Formula is a natural supplement designed to reduce hoarseness, to get rid of stubborn phlegm and to enable your voice to be smooth and clear. Sprout's Voice Formula has been tested by professionals whose work requires their voice to be at top quality, and by people suffering from chronic or temporary hoarseness and inflammation. Sprout's Voice Formula is made in a vegetable glycerin base- no alcohol. 2 oz liquid bottle with dropper. 59 servings per bottle amount per serving 1ml (25 drops) in 2 oz of water. Suggested Use: 1 to 2 times per day when symptoms occur. Take 3 to 4 hours before performance with food. Try it! Sprout's Voice Formula will restore the ring in your voice!!


All Natural Soothing Spray

THROAT NOTE is a soothing, all natural herbal throat spray that acts as a healing aid to anyone who uses their voice professionally;
>> Throat Note is designed to support the immune system when under physical stress;
>> This vocal remedy contains a powerful combination of herbs specially formulated to provide relief and immune support for your throat and vocal cord health;
>> Throat Note provides high potency relief and lubrication for sore throats, in a convenient herbal spray;
>> Throat Note throat spray specifically addresses tickles, soreness, dryness, and irritation of the throat and vocal apparatus.


Soothe and Relieve Your Throat!

Singers often find themselves resorting to steam therapy on the day of a the big show when hoarseness or laryngitis strikes at the worst possible moment. Save yourself from the towel over the steaming pot routine and put this handy little Portable Steam Therapy unit in your gig bag. It really could save the day!


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Your body is your instrument; and, while that is only true for singers, it would be difficult to really wield any instrument well on a long-term basis without good health - whether from joint pain or breathing/standing difficulties. If you want to stay young and stay on stage, keeping your body in good health is a key part of that dream. Perhaps My Miracle Tea is a tool to help you on that journey. Check it out!


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