Accelerate Your Singing Progress [#1 Simple Vocal Hack]
When I first started learning how to sing, I had no idea just how much of a learning curve I was up against. It actually seemed like I knew LESS about singing each time I had another lesson and learned a new technique or term – I just wanted a way to accelerate my singing progress, not weigh my voice down with useless facts and complicated techniques that just didn’t work for me.
I imagine it’s actually now 10000% times worse in the digital age with Wikipedia Warriors who can’t actually sing themselves spamming YouTube and Reddit comments and threads with useless factoids that make them sound like professors, but don’t actually help them sound any better as singers.
Does this sound familiar?
The thought of going back to being a confused beginner singer again just gives me gas – so let me help you accelerate your vocal progress with this super simple but uber practical vocal hack.
The #1 thing you will EVER learn as a singer is that each vowel has four register overtones.
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Now, I’m not saying that these things aren’t important, because they are (well, curbing and edge are just pure marketing fluff). But if I had to pick a tagline for Bohemian Vocal Studio from the #1 piece of advice that I’ve told my students the most (and over and over again), it would be:
Trust In The Vowel
Funnily enough, this was actually the very LAST thing I was taught as a fledling singer. In fact, I recently detailed how I personally spent over $15,000 on singing lessons, courses and learning how to sing – and that was all before being told the simple vocal hack I just shared with you about register overtones.
You might have heard of Vowel Modification before and wondered exactly how you can modify a vowel – especially when a well sung vowel is actually formed in the pharynx rather than being pronounced in the mouth; but herein lies the key to effective singing and a perfectly formed vowel and perfectly resonant overtone.
Vowel Modification occurs when you alter the size and shape of your vocal tract to achieve/alter/accentuate/blend the vowel overtones that occur throughout each register of the voice.
Clear as mud?
Now, you might not exactly follow what I mean about vowel and register overtones, and that’s okay – I’ve put together this super practical tutorial to show you exactly HOW I modify my vowels within the vocal tract to achieve the register overtones that have taken my voice from less than an octave to a solid four and way more power, confidence and resonance than I could ever know what to do with in my lifetime – learning this simply vowel hack really IS that important.
Let me show you how to become a better singer by identifying and developing your vowel overtones:
Having BIG DREAMS as a singer means you need a BIG VOICE to match – watch the video above to hear my “before and after” and learn how you’re going to build a big voice too!
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