HEY, I'M OREN...
...and I'm obsessed with an incredible singing technique called SOVT (semi-occluded vocal tract exercises) - also known as "Straw Phonation" and "Water Resistive Technique". Essentially, it's a way of training the voice and the singing muscles to work in the most efficient way possible, by having you make all kinds of sounds through a straw. If you're a singer or singing teacher, you might've already heard of it - but you probably don't know how and why it works so well... So, that's where I come in. Read below to find out how I can help you maximise your vocal efficiency!
THIS 2.5 HOUR STREAMING COURSE WILL GIVE YOU THE TECHNIQUES TO ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS!
Struggle to reach high notes with ease?
Find your voice gets tired when speaking or singing?
Always wondered how the pros keep their voices healthy?
Always wanted to get a better understanding of how to breathe when singing?
Already know what SOVT is but don't know the secrets behind how and why it works so well?
If you're a singer, vocalist, voice teacher, or even a public speaker, then you need to know about SOVT Singing Technique and why it's so amazing for your voice!
By the end of this course you'll have a good understanding of the science and physics of SOVT and the respiratory system!
You'll learn why using a straw is better than no straw at all, as well as learn the difference between Active and Passive SOVT techniques.
You'll come out of this with a practical toolkit of what sounds to make when doing SOVT exercises, as well as the best piano patterns.
We'll explore how to integrate SOVT exercises into your daily vocal routine and teaching studio for maximum benefits!
PART 1: THEORY
THE SCIENCE AND PHYSICS OF SOVT
What Is SOVT
A Look At The Science
Boyle and Co.
Phonation Threshold Pressure
A Look At The Science (SOVT)
Straw > No Straw
What Does Back Pressure Do?
PART 2: PRACTICAL
SOVT TECHNIQUES AND EXERCISES
Pure Straw Technique
Water Resistive Technique
Bringing The Magic To Life
Sirens / Pitch Glides
Hills And Accents
Patterns, Scales, Arpeggios
Active SOVT Techniques