jonpall Posted January 25, 2010 Share Posted January 25, 2010 Hi guys, I was wondering if you think there is much value in "slow singing", i.e. singing some of your favorite songs very slowly, with a microphone, and without a backing track? I'm mostly talking about high pitch stuff. I've beeing trying out a few times lately and I seem to like it. The thing is, with single vowels on scales, arpeggios and sirens, I seem to be fairly well connected, usually, but when it comes to actual words, with vowels and consonants, it gets tricky, as everyone knows, and my voice starts to wobble. When I sing the songs very slowly, I sing each vowel for a few seconds (maybe 3-10 seconds even) and what seems to happen is that during the onset (beginning) of the vowel, I might not hit the vowel perfectly spot on, but then I try to modify it to some neighbor vowel that seems to take the strain off my voice. When you're singing the songs at normal speed, it's difficult to hit each vowel spot on. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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