Matt Posted August 27, 2011 Share Posted August 27, 2011 or does anyone else find that, mostly, they've learned lots of little tricks and trills, but missed the very basics? Is your basic timbre good? How can you ever be a good singer if you havent got a basic, good tone down, yet? Im finding that when I try to do, what one might think of as, very simple stuff like say a simple vowel evenly and well for 10 seconds without it cracking or flipping at all is that this is often harder than doing clever little trills - much how I remember keeping a simple, straight, steady accompaniment on the guitar was actually harder than frilling up with lots of solo ventures all through the song. I think the old school style of just practicing a handful of vowels for the first year makes a lot of sense, and may even save time for singers who, sometimes, spend a decade or more never getting it right. Anyone agree? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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