Guest Posted May 6, 2013 Share Posted May 6, 2013 Hi everyone, I'm still going over the TVS again but also curbing is very "similar." I have faith in the "Uh" vowel it is great but Curbing also has 2 other vowel choice options. Here are 2 sets of curbing examples its basically a heavily supported vowel with "no air" added. But I am confused as to what the vowel pronunciations are in english because curbing is "super twanged" its sometimes difficult to understand what vowel is modifying to what. Male example: http://completevocalinstitute.com/files/2012/03/CVT-M-072.mp3 Female: http://completevocalinstitute.com/files/2012/03/CVT-F-072.mp3 That's curbing lol could someone tell me what vowels those are in English and how I can attain that type of sound easier? - JayMC Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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