In this video, Lari helps you explore the lower part of your chest register voice, so you can develop not only a pure strong tone in that range, but also expand your range into keys lower than you thought possible.
- Let's go down to the basement.…That is the lowest part of our…modal or chest voice register.…Not talking about vocal fry, not talking about…that different stance of the vocal folds…where they're super relaxed and air…is coming across and they're bumping slowly together.…Not talking about that.…We're talking about the lowest notes…of our chest voice, normal speaking register,…modal voice register.…
Very wonderful tones to have as part of your tool belt,…and definitely an area where you…can think about exploring an expansion.…Possible that maybe there is one…half note below where you think you can go now,…what your lowest note is, maybe even another note.…Don't know?…Let's find out.…We're going to explore and experiment and play.…
We want to make sure we're always…staying relaxed, relax, relax, relax,…and that you're not pushing your larynx down.…You don't want to be forcing your larynx down.…You want to keep it nice and relaxed…and your neck and shoulder muscles…always relaxed and always your good…base stance to support your air.…
Note: This course was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
- Singing harmony and straight tone
- Crafting your vocal tone
- Using vibrato and messa di voce
- Working with the chest and head voice
- Singing in a low or high register
- Selecting a microphone for live performance and recording
- Understanding the Nashville Number System
Skill Level Beginner
1. Singing Harmony and Straight Tone
2. Crafting Your Vocal Tone
3. Working with the Chest and Head Voice
4. Exploring Vocal Textures and Styles
5. Singing Live
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