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Roxanne and Delta

Now you can use the same exercises
which help keep Delta Goodrem’s voice in such good condition

Roxanne and Delta

Singers!
  • "I find it painful when singing."
  • "I struggle to reach high notes."
  • "My vocal projection is weak."
  • "My upper register is weak."
  • "I don't feel comfortable singing falsetto."
  • "I have a problem with articulation."
  • "I run out of air before finishing a phrase."
  • "I lose my voice after singing a few songs."
  • "I lose my voice after talking loudly."
  • "I need greater vocal & breath control."
If you struggle with any or all of the above, help is now here.
You can purchase Roxanne's double CD of vocal Exercises
including a 20 page tutorial directly from ScoopFX via direct deposit.

** The Double CD is available for Au$55.00, including postage and handling. **

to purchase this item directly from ScoopFX via direct deposit.
  • A professionally recorded and produced double CD of vocal exercises.
  • An associated 20 page booklet which explains what each exercise has been designed to achieve.
  • All exercises have been played, digitally recorded and produced.
  • CD 1 deals with RANGE EXTENSION - CD 2 exercises are for ARTICULATION.

Below is a slideshow of the 20-page booklet which accompanies the 2 CD's. Press "Start" to view.


Here are some excerpts from the tutorial
  • From page 1 : "This CD exercise set has been developed as a result of my personal experience as a singer, and the experiences of students I have taught.

    If you develop and maintain your own routine, using these exercises, in combination with correct placement and breath support, I guarantee you will achieve a spectacular improvement, not only in your range, but also in your vocal control and projection. Furthermore these exercises will greatly aid in the healing of damaged vocal chords.

    How can I be so confident of this?

    Because I went through this process myself, having had to deal with damaged vocal chords, due to incorrect placement. After years of working gruelling schedules of nightly performances, I woke up one morning to find I could not produce a recognisable sound when attempting to talk. I hadn't seen it coming, as I was unaware that I was singing incorrectly at the time, and here it was, every singer's ultimate nightmare: no voice. Although sad and deflated by my circumstance, I decided to find out what I could do about this as soon as possible."

    From page 5 : Breathe in, the air comes in and down, filling lungs and diaphragm, feel the air at the front, back and sides, then, bear down, (the support you feel when attempting to shout).

    Maintaining good posture when you sing, allows your diaphragm to move freely. When doing these breathing exercises, you will be receiving quite a bit of oxygen, and it is natural to feel any light-headedness coming on, please stop, wait a few minutes and try again.

    Breathing is natural, and your best bet as a singer is to use natural relaxed breath. As your exhaled air reaches your vocal chords, your vocal chords, assisted by the other muscles of your larynx, adjust with your breath flow to create the pitch and strength of your tone.

    Proper breath support is when there is a balance between air and muscle.


  • Click here to hear Roxanne's introduction on CD 1.
    (To save the file to your computer, right-click and select "Save link as...")


You can purchase Roxanne's double CD of vocal Exercises including a 20 page tutorial directly from ScoopFX via direct deposit.

The Double CD is available for Au$55.00, including postage and handling.

to purchase this item directly from ScoopFX via direct deposit.




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