Imitating is an important part of developing singing skills. A small child learns to speak by trying to repeat again and again the words he hears from his parents. In the beginning, also singing is learned by listening, imitating and PRACTICING. An another skill is however needed for deeper learning: Continue Reading
Breathing In Belting
Belting is a powerful and loud voice quality. The power of belting is not a result of excessive air pressure to the true vocal folds but a longer closure time of the true vocal folds. Adjusting the airflow to the ”settings” of belting in the larynx and in the vocal Continue Reading
Acoustics: What Is The Overtone Series?
Vibration of the true vocal folds creates pitch. The pitch that we hear when we sing a note is called the fundamental frequency. Even though we think we hear only one pitch, a series of overtones or harmonics is also present. The phenomenon can be seen through a a real-time Continue Reading