In this video, Lari walks through an exercise in vibrato singing over a backing track in the key of G. As you sing along with Lari, try to match her vibrato tone, frequency, volume, and depth of modulation to build control. The backing track is provided so you can continue to practice and develop your skills.
- This vibrato exercise is in key of G over the changes…to Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain.…But what we're going to do is sing together,…you imitating the vibrato that I'm creating.…See if you can identify for yourself whether I'm…modulating the speed, if I'm modulating the depth…around the pitch, or if I'm modulating the volume.…But mostly think about just imitating, matching the sound…that I'm making so that you get in your muscle memory…these different applications of…how to modulate your vibrato.…
Sing with me and then we'll make the backing track available…so that you can practice on your own without me.…(pleasant piano music)…♫ A…♫ E…♫ I…♫ O…♫ A…♫ E…♫ I…♫ O…♫ A…♫ E…♫ I…♫ O…♫ A…♫ E…♫ I…♫ O…
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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