How to Sing in the 4 CVT Modes (Overdrive, Edge, Curbing, & Neutral)

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Here’s my intro to and opinions about Complete Vocal Technique (CVI) for all of those who keep asking! Most of these tips aren’t things you’ll find in the book. This is just how I use their system. If you have any questions feel free to ask and I’ll do my best to answer!

6 thoughts on “How to Sing in the 4 CVT Modes (Overdrive, Edge, Curbing, & Neutral)

  1. I agree with you, full edge is not pleasing to the ears. These CVT modes
    are pretty much the swedish interpretation of Cathrine Sadolin on
    accentuation they didn’t have or didn’t use much. Here in Brazil the method
    didn’t spread widely because we already have said modes in our day to day
    speech ex: a á ã â.

  2. Just found you yesterday and I’m very glad. It seems you became a freelance
    researcher to find out how to sing for yourself and now I can reap the
    benefits. I used to listen to guys like Tamplin and Arkenox and Marnell
    Sample and hated how my singing was going. You’ve done more in 2 days than
    these fools have in a year. Thanks. Perhaps I will hire you as my teacher!

  3. what does the vocal tract that you always talk about do and effect? what
    does the vocal tract do durring your “edge and overdrive” that you talk
    about in previous videos?

  4. Show them your edge “ER”. Everyone keeps asking me what is “OE”? Lol :-P.
    It’s “I” with slightly rounded lips, right? aka “world” “er”. or “A” with
    more rounded lips?

    Examples?:

    

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