Quietness

I don’t want to write a blog, so here we go…

This is my drawing of how to use quietness to make singing work:

What I mean is that if the gold line at the top was your shouting volume then for singing you might stay really low within the volume range. And use drinking-in as much as you can.

The blobs at the start are the hard consonants and short vowels. You keep these down, leaving you somewhere to go. Like a weighted keyboard.

The big blob is the long vowels which is what you are heading towards.

The long vowels are where you can more easily do the drinking-in allowing a bit of an increase in power.

SO: SING QUIET WITH THE INTENTION OF FINDING LONG VOWELS TO ENJOY.

ALSO: Try to make this more clear.

ALSO: Quietness is not a problem because people kind of zoom-in to hear quiet stuff.

ALSO: This does not mean you can not be strident. That comes from somewhere else.

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