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A Microtonal Singing How To Guide
What we are about to share will probably seem anti-climatic. We realize this. Yet, as simple as this technique is, it is very powerful when practiced daily for a period of time.
If you are really interested in giving this work a try, we ask that you setup a time to practice each day, even if just for 3 minutes, a day and that you agree to do it, even if it does seem pointless.
We suggest that you pick a time and place that you can do it alone where you couldn't possibly be bothering anyone, without having to answer any questions about what you are doing, or why. Perhaps you can set aside a few minutes each morning when you are alone in the car on your way to work.
As we've said before, microtones are the tones between the notes, and we suggest wavering your voice to bring them forth.
Are you ready to learn the secret to microtonal singing?
Microtonal singing is very easy to do... Just sing with a wobbly vibrato shaking sound that feels good.
Yes... that's really all you need to do... (We told you it would seem too simple.)
Although it is simple... however, it turns out to not be that easy. Sure it's easy to do for a few seconds... but try to do it for twenty minutes each day for a week and you'll see what we mean.
Many people find that this process difficult, because the voice is so expressive of emotions, and this techniques seems to bring up emotions strongly. In fact, we've heard of many people quit because it was "so uncomfortable."
So... Are you ready to commit to doing it for a week. Give it a try, and then come back and share your experience with us.
To add a little more spice to your microtonal singing practice, try inserting random 2 and 3 second pauses into the song. Often these pauses will feel very uncomfortable, expectant, thick. Try it, and see if you agree.
We're not going to tell you on this page what to expect... Instead, after you've practiced for a week or two, check back and go to the Microtonal Singing Practice page to read what others have said they've experienced. And we would love for you to tell us about your experience.
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