Condition your subconscious-mind to have your voice generate the tones accurately and automatically.
- Correct posture
- Breathing (balloon) Tuning breath should be a continuous pressure same volume. Staccato is an additional optional exercise.
- Ping in the nasal cavity (Imposto)
- Open the throat, back palate (horn shaped cavity)
- Dynamics – Volume levels
- Passaggio = break where two voices meet. Smooth transition to the head registers.
Use your Keyboard to generate tones for you to match with your voice.
Five first notes of a scale, walking progression up and down, then move up one semitone and do the next 5 note scale.
Tune voice range to your highest and lowest notes possible.
Must be done everyday. For the very serious performer two times a day.
Make or order a MP3 for your voice range for tuning voice while driving, cooking etc.
ADVANCED INTERVAL JUMPING ————
Note intervals I IIIb, I III, I IV, I V always take note of the distance of the two interval sounds
AKA = the minor 3rd, the major 3rd, the imperfect 4th, the perfect 5th
Alternate the order
Extra exercise: I VI, I VIIb, I VII, I VIII (an octave)
Pick 10 slow songs that you want to sing, and get the sheet music or lead sheet. Memorize the melody on a keyboard. Then tune your voice to the melody while playing the melody on your keyboard. Later when you do your Advanced piano/singing practice you can memorize and practice playing the chords and melody for your live singing practice.
YOUTUBE VIDEO HERE
Open Getting the Ping in your Upper Nasal Cavity (Impasto) configuration options
GETTING THE PING IN YOUR UPPER NASAL CAVITY (IMPASTO)
Start with the sound “ng” and go from lowers note to highest then change at the high note to one of the A E I O U sounds in a loud voice. Alternative descend in the loud voice.
Do this in a continuous voicing with no beaks in sound.
RHYTHM / BEAT EMPHASIS
YOUTUBE VIDEO HERE
Open configuration options
Impasto = ping higher registers. This occurs in the nasal registers. It is a humming while singing.
Passaggio = break where two voices meet