In different music styles, there are different styles of singing. In the ‘classical‘ style of singing is mostly taught at universities and accompanied by much voice-improvement technology, the vowels are formed in the rear oral cavity, creating a strong enrichment with overtones. Now outdated and exaggerated – – Often the sounds with a vibrato are provided.
When jazz and pop singing vowels are also used to generate forward in the mouth, giving the speech or Call is similar, and instead of the capitate sound working more with the chest voice. Tones are sometimes sung from below and if at all provided with a little vibrato. These characteristics also describe the so-called Belting (Smash), which works with the Rufstimme. A quieter style of singing that can not do without microphone gain, crooning is called.
In jazz and pop singing there is possibly more of a personal audio / sound of the voice.
The opportunities to be trained in jazz, rock and pop singing, be nigh more but are still very rare at state universities. This may be due to cultural and political power structures with high cultural arrogance that will change with the moving up versatile and competent in other than the so-called classical music teachers with time on. There are now, however, many private Schools’ and singers, educating the Acquired from musical practice in jazz, rock and pop music knowledge. Learning by doing is a good concept anyway.
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