Danielformica

Your good vowels and bad vowels (its personal)

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It's simple. not much else to say some singers are back vowel singers some front vowel or some neutral. So what ever note you sing the good vowel on go and sing a different vowel on the same note and if splatts or falls back in the throat no resonation. Sing the comfy vowel and slowly move it to the Uncomfy vowel. Make sure it's still buzzy and placed similarly . Done

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Cool, and very simple. I like to do that. Vowel morphing exercises. 

I also suspect some people's voices sound more appealing to the average person forward/back/neutral vowels.

Like if your neutral voice is more bright, leaning back could give some darker sound. Or a more neutrally dark voice, leaning forward could give more brightness. Or you could exaggerate whatever is neutral for your voice. 

I prefer to use multiple vowel shadings depending on context though, like Nina Simone or David Bowie rather than aiming for consistency.

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On 10/12/2016 at 9:35 PM, Danielformica said:

It's simple. not much else to say some singers are back vowel singers some front vowel or some neutral. So what ever note you sing the good vowel on go and sing a different vowel on the same note and if splatts or falls back in the throat no resonation. Sing the comfy vowel and slowly move it to the Uncomfy vowel. Make sure it's still buzzy and placed similarly . Done

Would still appreciate more examples and the audio maybe improved where you begin to morph.  Other vowel examples?

 

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Ah, A(cat), Eh, EE, Aw, OO (look), o (who), ih (six) Aye (may). Make sure they resonate, don't sound weird. If your EE vowel kicks ass, morph it to Eh without a diphthong during transition and make sure it's placed just as well as your EE.

Hours of fun.

 

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9 hours ago, VideoHere said:

Would still appreciate more examples and the audio maybe improved where you begin to morph.  Other vowel examples?

 

Just listen to the lesson don't think it's deeper than it is. The audio doesn't matter it's the application eh to uh not ah not aaa not ih.  Just do the exercise the 2 vowels will take care of all others.

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18 minutes ago, Danielformica said:

Just listen to the lesson don't think it's deeper than it is. The audio doesn't matter it's the application eh to uh not ah not aaa not ih.  Just do the exercise the 2 vowels will take care of all others.

cann you elaborate on that a little more uhhhinger dinger

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