The long E vowel in English (as in “see”) can make you sound really amateur if you pronounce it wrong. And here’s the kicker – you have to pronounce ‘E’ differently when you SING than when you SPEAK! Here are four ways to fix that dangerous vowel E.
This week’s vocal tip is weird. But it’s really helpful if you have one of two issues: 1) You have a throaty, woofy tone, where your voice is “caught” in the back of your mouth. 2) You have trouble transitioning from your head register down to your chest register.
I had to do it…. here you go!
In this vocal tip, Adrienne discusses: – Lip trills and two variations on lip trills, if you find lip trills difficult (or just hate how they make your nose itch) – What lip trills are good for – What lip trills won’t help you with – Teal hot pants (just seeing if you are paying […]