How to Sing a Pop Song with My Voice Program (Fundamental Belting Techniques) – Advanced

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Breaking down the riffs with Tristan Paredes! Song: 2U by Justin Bieber, of course.

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  1. This is cool man! 😛 it seems like you can make the cliche ugly vowel of EE sound better by holding on to the IH vowel for a split second longer so it sounds more like EE 😛 I’ve also noticed with my own voice that the claw is more amplified with open vowels and becomes a shout, whereas with closed vowels it’s more like curbing if I’m not wrong? 😛
    As for the point I think open vowels sound more bright and sometimes more nasally, whereas closed vowels make it sound more natural and darker as it directs the point more to the mouth, I noticed its nigh on impossible for me to keep my soft palate lowered with open vowels enough to sing with the point, if I exhale through an “OO” with my lips it’s like 100% easier to breath in and out of my nose and mouth at the same time indicating to me that closed vowels keep your soft palate from raising too much, but with an open mouth it’s pretty much all claw. I think this is because a British accent is all “proper” and “posh” so its rooted more in the mouth and words get pronounced with the claw in mind, I guess that’s why when I americanize my vowels a little my voice becomes more twangy 😛

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