What is a legit vocal style?

“Legit” singing implies the freedom, flexibility, projection power and resonance associated with classical singing. “Non-legit” implies giving up some or all of these qualities for the sake of a particular style or character quality, e.g. straight tone, breathy sound, percussive vocal effects, growl, nasality, etc.

What is a legit style song?

A legit song is generally classified as one that shows off trained and classical singing chops. In addition, legit songs will often have more of a lyrical, classic, or vibrato vibe to them.

What is a real voice in singing?

The ‘real’ voice is normally the one we associate as the voice closer to our speaking voice, in pitch and in resonance. For most people, they speak from their chest register, which resonates in the chest area. Hence, the chest voice is often thought of as the ‘real’ voice, because it feels and sounds familiar to us.

What makes a musical legit?

The primary defining feature of legit musical theatre singing is that it’s a more classical sound (distinguishing it from a belt or any other sound that doesn’t verge on classical).

What is legit style of musical theatre?

Legit musical theatre is all about sweeping orchestral scores, extended vocal ranges, complicated and demanding vocal lines, lots of vibrato, and a decidedly classical feel. Vocal training for this style often incorporates scales and exercises borrowed from opera and applied very similarly.

What are the two main style of music?

Classical music (pre-composed and written down) and Jazz (improvised).

What determines a style of music?

A music genre or subgenre may be defined by the musical techniques, the cultural context, and the content and spirit of the themes. Geographical origin is sometimes used to identify a music genre, though a single geographical category will often include a wide variety of subgenres.

How do I know my real voice?

Quote from video: Something that you can put up in front of your ears. Sticking. Out from the side of your head that will block that preview of sound that comes up the side of the face now.

Is your recorded voice your real voice?

When you hear your voice on a recording, you’re only hearing sounds transmitted via air conduction. Since you’re missing the part of the sound that comes from bone conduction within the head, your voice sounds different to you on a recording.