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Master your Voice

न चोरहाय( न च रा)हाय( न *ातृभा)ं न च भारकारी |

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Academy of Music
Play your Dream...
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मEFा यG गायHI तG 9तJा9म नारद ||

Master your Voice

Pitch also known as Shruthi is the foundation for music and is an important aspect for
learners and performers. This is what keeps all the musicians in sync while performing and
provides a delightful experience for the audience to listen. In this course, the student learns
the importance of Pitch, its relevance in music, how to sing in a particular pitch and be
able to sing with the Tanpura/Shruthi box, which is an instrument used in Indian music as a
pitch reference. The course begins with the basic reference note 'Sa' and progress to
provide an understanding of all the seven notes Sa Ri Ga Ma Pa Da Ni. The student also
learns to identify Sa Pa Sa for a particular pitch or given any pitch reference. 

Course Structure

Learning about Pitch/Shruthi

Learning to use the Tanpura/drone
Understanding the seven notes in Indian music and sing with shruthi
Achieve to sing Sa Pa Sa with pitch reference
Achieve to sing SRGMPDNS with pitch reference
Achieve to sing a song with pitch reference
Learning to use the voice to its full potential
Achieve endurance (the ability to sing for long periods without tiredness or strain)
Flexibility (the ability to reach higher and lower notes with ease)
Better control of voice
Improving projection of voice
Bringing expression and modulation to the voice
Prevent damage to the voice
Enhanced performance
Relaxed control of the voice
High levels of flexibility
Learning to use  the head voice
Learning to glide easily between the head voice and chest voice
Getting more power in your voice
Ability to hit high notes at the onset itself
Learn techniques like vibrato, yodelling, gamakas and brigas
Course Overview

Introduction to Shruti
• Shruti in Indian Classical Music
• Pitch and Intonation
• How to find your pitch

Singing Sa Pa Sa
• Sing Sa Pa Sa in different pitches
• Connecting the notes

Octaves or Sthayis
• Madhyama Sthayi, Mandra Sthayi, Taar Sthyai
• Sur Sadhana

Singing in Different Pitches

• Singing in different pitches

Learning about voice production

• Anatomy of voice
• Physiology of voice

Learning to do deep breathing

• Learning to do deep breathing

Learning to sing from the abdomen

• Single Notes
• Multiple Notes
• Sentences
• Entire song

Learning warm up exercises

• Learning warm up exercises

Learning about parameters of voice

• Exercises to improve flexibility of voice
• Exercises to improve your range
• Exercises to have stronger lower and upper notes

Modulation exercises
• Modulation exercises

Learning to sing with better breath control

• Learning to sing with better breath control
Prepare the voice for powerful and flexible singing
• Breathing & vocalizing vowels

Develop ability to sing with greater ease

• Chest resonance and vowel elongation

Learn to sing in head voice

• Developed through octave practice using special syllables

Strengthen the already acquired head voice

• Upper Octave singing using head voice

Shift easily from head voice to chest voice and from chest to head voice
• Learn head-chest voice transitions on both ascent and descent

Generate vocal power

• Exercises for developing power and throw

Sing with mouth resonance

• Sing entire phrases and songs with mouth resonance

Learning vibrato
• Use of vibrato to enhance song delivery

Singing briga or murki

• As a device to embellish and enhance melodies

Singing gamakas or gamaks

• Employing gamakas in songs

Learn yodeling as a vocal technique

• How to jump between chest and head voices abruptly

Applying all techniques learned

• Demonstrate through appropriate songs

Batch Timing :

Batch Size: 1 student

Duration: 1hr / once a week

Months : 3 6 12

Fees : ₹ 18,000 ₹ 32,000 ₹ 56,000