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Kelas Vokal: Segalanya mengenai Vibrato

Kali ini kita akan bercerita mengenai Vibrato. Apakah Vibrato? Secara ringkasnya, Vibrato merupakan nada suara yang berubah-ubah pitch secara berselang-seli dan pantas. Ia boleh dipanggil getaran ataupun ayunan suara. Vibrato digunakan oleh banyak penyanyi professional untuk menyerlahkan kekayaan pada suara mereka. Nyanyian dengan sedikit Vibrato boleh menambahkan keenakan pada suara.

Thread ini dibuat untuk mengumpul seberapa banyak info tentang Vibrato, meliputi teori, cara melakukanya dan latihan-latihan yang sesuai. Semoga dapat dijadikan panduan oleh anda semua. Saya juga sedang berlatih untuk mewujudkan Vibrato dalam nyanyian. Memang sukar namun atas latihan berbulan-bulan, saya dapat merasakan Vibrato itu dapat dilakukan sedikit =)
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David Bowie has a fast one. Mary J. Blige has a slow, sultry, one. Maynard James Keenan doesn’t have a trace of one. Singing with vibrato is a matter of taste. Having a choice is a matter of control. For most singers, the subtle, rhythmical movement of vibrato feels more like fate. When you want vibrato, it hides on you; don’t think about it, and it shimmers on the end of a note. Vibrato brings vitality to a voice. Sound without variation is boring. Compare a refrigerator to a fly buzzing around. The steady hum of the compressor quickly becomes background noise while the bug gets harder to ignore. With the exception of rappers and singers like Beck who don’t sustain notes, those without vibrato tend to rely on overdrive to create excitement. This often leads to blow outs. The more vocal colors available on your pallet, like vibrato, breathy, nasal and gritty, the easier it will be to paint an interesting portrait of a song without killing yourself.

The mechanics of vibrato are simple and reflexive, which is what makes it so elusive. Picture the fret hand of a guitarist sustaining a note. The finger movement alters the length of the string creating a slight waver in pitch. Things are just a little more complex with the voice. Like a stringed instrument, the tension of the vocal folds is varied rhythmically, creating movement in pitch. Along with this tension change, though, is a variation in the thickness of the vocal fold. The combined movements of pitch, volume and tone are what set vibrato apart from tremolo (change in volume only) and wobble (change in pitch only).

Tension squashes vibrato. Not just the obvious neck bulging stuff, but subtle everyday stiffness can neutralize it as well. Like the freedom required to wiggle your finger when sustaining a note on guitar, vocal vibrato requires muscle independence. Backing off the air pressure is the first step to releasing your voice. Let the ability to produce vibrato be your guide. Lay down flat on your back and place your hand on your belly button. Breath so that your hand rises and falls. Now sing a comfortable note and look for the presence of vibrato. If the pitch is stiff notice what your abs are doing. Are they contracting to drive the note? Check the behavior on various pitches. If you push too much from your stomach, the muscles surrounding the larynx will brace and vibrato will be lost. Reduce the volume and try again. The goal is to reduce the air pressure to the point where flexibility is found. Don’t be alarmed if this only happens at very low volumes. With practice, you’ll be able to increase the volume without loading the neck with pressure. Strike the proper balance during a song and vibrato will blossom. That’s why it tends to come in at the ends of notes; once we feel safely on pitch, we ease off the pressure a bit.

Another check for vibrato-eating throat tension is to rotate your head in a small circle when singing. Pretend you are tracing the outline of a quarter with your nose. Does the rotation stop when you begin to sing? Is it stiffer on high notes? Again, reduce the volume until you find the correct air pressure. Neck tension is not a requirement of singing loud or high. We often see singers so locked up in the neck that they literally have to shake their heads or jaws in order to create vibrato. In the same way, a guitar player who needs to shake the guitar to move a note must be applying a death grip on that fretboard. There’s nothing wrong with using force to make a strong statement. Too often, though, the statement it makes is that we are overcompensating to mask weakness. Be brave and do the dirty work in private. Use vibrato as your guide and discover the power within.

source: http://www.voicelesson.com/html/lessons/...ons_07.htm
Mari rakan-rakan mendaftar sebagai seorang ahli Komuniti gempakZ~   Shy
Greetings Singers,

In this article we are going to go into the secrets of how to have a smooth vibrato and how to easily achieve this. Basically a singer must start from the basics, slowly build up, try different speeds without tension, and fine tune for different styles.

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First, a singer must start with the basics of vibrato. Vibrato is essentially produced by modulations in the larnyx; however, this is not the only way. To really get in tune with these modulations a singer should start very, very slowly. Start with an ughh sound and mimick the sound of a car that is struggling to start.

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Do this until you fell you can control the sound. For beginners, you should do this for a week until you feel it is stupid easy to accomplish, thats when you know that you may move on. For more advanced singers-if you ever feel you are lacking on your vibrato, go back to the basics and work back up. Second, you should now time yourself. Look at a watch or a digital timer and make vibrato that modulates about three waves per second. So it would sound like 123 123 123 or ughh ughh ughh ughh ughh ughh. Do this until you have full control and it feels stupid easy. After that you may move up to 4 waves per second and 5 and 6. But each stage must be done until it is stupid easy.

You will not want to cheat yourself and skip to 6 before you master 4 because it will sound ugly and uncontrolled. Stick with the exercise and do it faithfully, you will sound SOOOOOO sweet. Here is a secret tip for all of my faithful readers. Do the above exercise on lip bubbles or tongue rolls and you will develop ten times as fast..without the tension or strain!! You may go to the singing lessons page to check out the lessons I will have for you there dealing with vibrato.

After you have gone through this phase(which may take you a month at least) you may now focus on the stylelistic provisions of vibrato. For example, rock singers like Steve Perry of Journey have a moderate speed vibrato at about four to five waves per second and the waves are a little bit larger. R&B singers like Brian Mcknight have a faster vibrato at about five to seven.

OK singers, from now on I want you all to take on a new focus, really listen to your favorite singers on the radio and listen to how their vibratos are intricately produced. Of course, apply the exercises and then imitate. Stay tuned for more updates on vibrato techniques.

Source: http://singing-high.com/how-to-build-smooth-vibrato/
Mari rakan-rakan mendaftar sebagai seorang ahli Komuniti gempakZ~   Shy
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I can help with the vibrato. Practise really slowly first, by singing a note that's within your comfortable range, and tapping on your knee once per second. Everytime you tap your knee, let less and more air through, alternatively (i.e. first tap, less air, second tap, more air, third tap, less air, etc) You should notice a difference in the tone, while the pitch stays the same. Once you get the hang of doing it, increase how frequently you tap your knee, so that your vibrato becomes faster. And so on, and so forth.
Mari rakan-rakan mendaftar sebagai seorang ahli Komuniti gempakZ~   Shy
Do Vibrato for high note is something difficult to be done? but what is the best tips to do vibrato in that state? Here I found some tips form discussion in one website:

One word... RELAX!!!! Relaxing your throat, lower jaw, and throat muscles are the only way to get real vibrato. That's probably also why you get a clogged feeling...it's being caused by tension.

All I can say is, if you noticed, instruments get smaller as their pitch ranger gets high right? Tuba's huge and deep, piccolo is small and squeaky, it's like that with your throat, it tries to make itself smaller to sound higher. I know because that happens to me too. >w< Try to keep your throat as open as possible or it'll be sore later.

Question: I have developed vibrato for the lower notes on the flute, but am having trouble getting a vibrato on the higher notes. Any suggestions?

Answer: Try doing slow vibrations on high notes. Do them extra slow just to get the concept of vibrating on the high notes. Then gradually make the vibrations faster.

Also make your airstream faster. Think of the air as a laser beam that is drilling a hole through the wall. It has to be very fast to do that! Practice slow to fast vibrations with a fast airstream. Also be sure that your embouchure is relaxed.
Mari rakan-rakan mendaftar sebagai seorang ahli Komuniti gempakZ~   Shy
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