11 thoughts on “Vowel Mechanics – HOW to sing vowels!”

    1. Bohemian Vocal Studio

      OH or OO? A classical “OO” is a light vowel where your tongue is back and high (similar to an EE but without the front of the slide), and your lips are elongated forward. If you’re struggling in a specific range however, I’d say perhaps your vowel positions are off/you’re not modifying correctly to get ease of resonance without pushing.

      An “OH” sound, like the word “GO” with my aussie accent, would have a different approach depending on the song. In most cases, I’d personally switch it out for an “AH” practical vowel sound where possible, otherwise I would do a dipthong between AH and OO – somewhere in the middle of those two tongue positions will be a pretty convincing “OH” sound.

      Hope that helps?

      Let me know how you go.

      K

    2. Ахмет Хакимов

      Thank you, that helps! I’ve been watching your channel for years! Keep it up, they helps a lot!
      P.S. Actually, I can get OO, but looking for more intense sound, without opening position to much.

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