The Psychology Of Singing – Video Lecture
A great video lecture on the psychology of singing by Robert Lunte, founder of The Vocalist Studio International.
The psychology of singing: students of singing spend a lot of time chasing the physiology involved in singing technique. This approach neglects the need to better understand the role that the acoustics of singing play in helping a singer’s voice transcend to new levels of world class excellence. Beyond the acoustics, there is another realm of consideration, the mental programming of singing: the psychology of singing. Mental programming involves how you use visualization to influence the acoustics of singing, which then calibrates the physiology of great singing. In short, a chain reaction that starts with proper mental imagery, moves to tune the proper acoustics for singing, which in turn, configures the physiology required for a high performance phonation. In this video Robert Lunte, author and producer of “The Four Pillars of Singing” discusses and demonstrates the importance of beginning every singing note with proper imagery. One particular problem that singers create for themselves is constantly referring to their struggle to sing higher frequencies as “Hitting a High Note”. This is creating a problem for singers, watch this video and learn why this is a problem and how proper imagery and the psychology of singing can solve it.
Video: The Psychology Of Singing & “Hitting High Notes”
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