The Breathy-Light Archetype exercises from our This Is A Voice book
In the second episode of a new series, Dr Gillyanne Kayes & Jeremy Fisher take you through the two Breathy-Light Archetype exercises from the bestselling book This Is A Voice
Jeremy demonstrates different versions of the breathy-light archetype at different points in his vocal range (covering almost 2 octaves), and Gillyanne uses the archetype to narrate part of "Arthur The Rat".
Find out the upgrades we now add to the written exercise, and why we'd change some of the instructions
We've left in the bloopers again - listen to Jeremy cracking on an upper note before controlling it, and how he has to change breath pressure AND vibrato type to sing in a different range.
Both Jeremy and Gillyanne demonstrate the difference between the Breathy-Light archetype in the book and abducted then abducted falsetto - just because it's breathy doesn't mean it's falsetto!
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