Designing Your Singing Voice: This Week in the Group Class
Thursday in the Group Class:
Experiment with and Design Your Vocal Sound
Even if you're just starting at singing, now is a great time to begin experimenting with and designing your vocal sound! So long as you remain somewhat in your vocal comfort zone, you can play around with and explore many, MANY different types of sounds.
In the last group class, we covered singing in chest voice vs singing in head voice and how to recognize the different qualities of each in singing and all other vocal sounds. In this class, we'll be covering how your voice, in addition to moving to the different extremes of chest and head voice, can also make a sound brighter or darker. Imagine the difference between a country singer and an opera singer. Have you ever wondered what is happening inside the mouth and throat to create the differences in those genres? Although head voice/chest voice certainly plays a role, opera singers also have a specific way in which they are singing darker than country singers. In this class, we'll cover what makes the rich, warm darker qualities in your voice and also what makes the bright, clear, "ringy" qualities in your voice. Once you know what these are, you're able to adjust your sound (with LOTS of focused practice) to the qualities you're going for.
So check out the class! It's starts at 7:30pm Thursday 😀 and don't worry, you don't have to sing 😉 we'll be applying the various exercises to spoken sounds, right where it's comfortable for you.