Singing Lesson 4 - Resonance

by Luciana Segovia

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  • “Hi everybody, welcome to lesson number 4.
    This exercise is good for resonance. I start with the humming, like in lesson number 1, and then we’ll do a vowel. I start with the vowel EE because it’s easier to “place” that resonance with that vowel. Just try to feel the air striking behind the upper front teeth”.-

    When most people first start out singing, they’re looking to add power to their voice. I haven’t met a person yet who doesn’t want to be singing in a big heavy chest voice all the way up and down a scale, and on every note of a song. But what most people don’t realize is that it’s not the chest voice that gives the voice its fullness and quality while also enhancing its loudness. It’s resonance. A good resonant voice is one that almost sounds as if it’s reechoing around the room.
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