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OPERA CRESCENDOS
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.

There are 5 registers of the voice: Vocal Fry, Chest Voice, Head Voice, Falsetto, and Whistle.

SPANNING REGISTERS
Legato

RHYTHM / BEAT EMPHASIS
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TONE
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

Phonate at the cavity where the front neck meet the top of the chest.

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OPERA CRESCENDOS
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.

SPANNING REGISTERS
Legato

RHYTHM / BEAT EMPHASIS

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TONE

Impasto = ping higher registers. This occurs in the nasal registers. It is a humming while singing.

Passaggio = break where two voices meet

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Condition your subconscious-mind to have your voice generate the tones accurately and automatically.

  1. Correct posture, straight back
  2. Breathing (balloon) sounding with breath should be a continuous pressure same volume. Staccato is an additional optional exercise.
  3. Ping in the nasal cavity (Imposto) chest cavity, head cavity
  4. Open the throat, back palate (horn shaped cavity)
  5. Passaggio = break where two voices meet. Smooth transition from the chest register to the head register.

e note tones for you where you match with your voice.  Five first notes of a scale, walking progression up and down, then the notes of the chord up and down for 5 notes.  Then move up one semitone and do the next 5 note scale.  Tune your vocal range from your highest tp your lowest notes possible.  Concentrate of your voice matching the piano tone exactly.  You should do this in all the 5 vowels.  If you have time constraints at least pick two vowels and alternate the vowels every tuning session.  Vary the keyboard sounds from piano to organ to violin to guitar, etc.