For the tenors and sopranos, and look into the maintenance of the higher register. One of the major problems for the higher voices is too much pharyngeal access and not enough laryngeal contact in the higher pitches. This lesson offers intensive exercises to isolate the hard to reach supporting muscles for true alignment.
Falsetto Fix & Sopranos Too Running time: 22 minutes.
A warm up with a heavy emphasis on a hard G to get things moving. What we need on those heavy, sluggish days.
Running time : 28 minutes
A collection of 10 exercises with variations, introducing the singer to the different types of muscle movements that make up this technique. Although some of the exercises get more complicated in the following lessons, no one out grows the need for the basics heard in Lesson 1.
Lesson 1: Running time: 21 minutes.
10 more exercises with some more difficult and lengthy variations. As with Lesson 1, these fundamental movements and themes are a part of any singers foundation, and you’ll find favorites in all the lessons.
Lesson 2: Running time: 23 minutes.
At least 10 more exercises (and variations) with an emphasis on agility and syncopation designed to get better better breath control for ‘high movement’ singing and riffing. If you’re already feeling loose and juicy, you’re ready for lesson 3.
Lesson 3: Running time: 24 minutes.
More variations on the principle themes heard in the previous lessons.
Lesson 4: Running time: 30 minutes.
Lesson 5 is an actual lesson from my client Jennifer G. All newly inspired variations, I asked for a copy and sure enough it ended up in tact as Lesson 5. Enjoy!!
Lesson 5: Running time: 28 minutes.
The mix is that precious place where the voices overlap and give us the ability to belt our faces off- in a healthy way! That overlap needs constant reinforcement since it will always want to separate from the pressure of hard singing. This lesson is all about the overlap. If this paragraph makes sense to you….enjoy Mixing it up!!!
Mix It Up Running time: 24 minutes.