For a new learner in singing ,is it correct to follow lata/asha scale or a lower scale ?
Asked by jagdeep singh, 18 Jul '10 03:40 pm
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Dear Mr.jagdeep ,please note that every singer cant have equal range. What is range in music? Range is the ability of creating vibration and every vocal chord cant produce desired vibration. You have to know one thing that singing in high range is not the main thing but to maintain melody and the tempo. for example Nusrat fateh ali khan could travel higher than highest octave available in a organ but Jagjit sing ,the ghazal singer is much more soulful even being on lower register. One more thing you have to note that, it is the micro phonic era, so one need not sing loud .dont be worried about range as it is not the most important factor. Rather think that how you can render your best within your range. Falsetto is not much easy for untrained singer. Whatever you do in music you need to have very good practice. Using false voice for higher octave is not allowed in Indian music, it is the common characteristic of western music followers. If you really want to sing with good command over ...moreAnswered by joyesh chakraborty, 19 Jul '10 09:55 pm
It depends on u r range actually if is not that high then u should start from low scaleAnswered by babu rao, 18 Jul '10 04:22 pm
A lower scale, and then the scale upto which you can reachAnswered by puranam mahalaxmi, 18 Jul '10 03:34 pm