Nicogratouille Posted April 6, 2012 Share Posted April 6, 2012 Hey, this is a clip of me singing a 2 octave major scale, from C to C, on different vowels. I did this kind of medium volume. http://www.box.com/s/7a1d4cecf8c48b373f48 I'm starting each scale with a hum, just to make sure I resonate and feel my support. It would be nice to have a little analysis of what I'm doing. Am I: - transitioning ok, blending my registers (chest, mix, head)? - "connected" throughout? - pulling up chest? Breaking into falsetto? - are some vowels better than others? why? - other thoughts? Assuming I'm doing this with good technique, is this an exercise I can do to get better at blending my registers? I don't feel strain (that I know of) when doing this. It feels pretty easy but kind of like a balancing act at times. Thanks, Nick Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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