Vibrato Mythbusters: How to find Natural Vibrato in Your Singing Voice, and avoid Forced Vibrato.

Jayne Carmichael Norrie, Professional Singing Teacher, Choir Master

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    • Introduction Vibrato Mythbusters Forte Music School

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    • Vibrato Mythbusters

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About This Class

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A lot of people get confused about Vibrato when it comes to developing their Voice.

A lot of Singers get muddled up with it all. It's like the Holy Grail of Singing, but hardly anyone tells you how to achieve it.

I'm afraid I don't have a shortcut or a sexy answer for you, it's all about having Patience.

I had to wait about 10 years for Vibrato to come into my voice. It turned out my jaw was far too tense when i was singing, and that stopped my Voice from coming into its own.

In this Guide, we help you to decipher between a Straight-Toned Voice (without Vibrato), a Voice with a Natural Vibrato and one with a Forced Vibrato.  

Then I give you practical recommendations on how you can amend your Singing Technique in order to encourage a Natural Vibrato to come through in your Voice.

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Jayne Carmichael Norrie

Professional Singing Teacher, Choir Master

I am a professional Singing Teacher in Aberdeen, UK.

I am the Choir Master for the Shell Workplace Choir and Cover Musician for Big Noise (Sistema Scotland) in Torry, Aberdeen.

My experience as an opera singer has helped me with developing new ideas such as the Upload Opera group, and joining Professional opera groups such as Voicearc in Edinburgh

This is me at an awards dinner for the Association of Scottish Businesswomen:

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