Singing Lessons / Head Voice Training (Intermediate Singer) /
Here is an intermediate vocal exercise that induces something I call “spot adduction”. Most vocal exercises have you vocalizing on one continuous, legato melody so your cords adduct in a fluid motion (common in Bel Canto) – this exercise forces the vocal cords to adduct or “zip” in small steps. A really good technique to practice for actual live singing technique because you rarely sing things in one fluid, up and down arpeggio melody. This makes you jump your adduction around a bit. When you go back to doing the fluid arpeggio exercises, they will be much easier to do.
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