random1destiny Posted March 31, 2012 Share Posted March 31, 2012 I finally have some time and want to get Frisell's book after reading so many posts about it here, and its philosophy sounds more in line with what I've been discovering about singing post injury. I'm just curious, I saw some comments about how the Kindle version is kind of messed up in parts. For those of you that have both, will I still get everything I need to know out of the Kindle version? I prefer the Kindle format and it's 1/3 the price so I'd prefer getting that unless there's some crucial stuff missing. What exactly is it that is messed up and is it simply hard to read or actually unintelligible? Also, I consider myself more of a baritone, so I think I will get The Baritone Voice. It sounds like most people here have The Tenor Voice. Anyone have any experience with the baritone version? If so, does the kindle version for that suffer the same problems? Also, since there's no audio, how do the exercises work? Do I need know know piano notation and play the notes on a keyboard? Or are they kind of like Jaime Vendera's slides where you just need a starting note and then you just slide up and down an octave or two? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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