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How To Do A Lip Trill – Part 1 – Learn To Sing

How to do a lip trill – HOW TO DO A LIP TRILL CORRECTLY this video breaks the process of learning the lip trill down into easy steps. The lip trill is also sometimes called lip bubbles.

Remember that lip trills are a great warm up sound, but you sing on vowels, so you should move onto vowels as quickly as you can once your voice is warmed up. Advanced students should be using vowels all the time. I only use the trill on beginner students.

One of the best ways to get rid of the break in your voice is with a lip trill. In this video I am going to show you how to do a lip trill. Then at the end of the video I will give you an exercise using a lip trill to blend out your break. I will try to smile more in the next video.

0:31 STEP 1 Getting the lips moving

1:18 STEP 2 The right amount of lip tension

2:47 STEP 3 how to place your jaw and tongue

3:41 STEP 4 connecting a voiced sound to your trill

That’s the end of part one, how to do a lip trill. In part two, you will learn how to use your lip trill, I will teach you the exercise that I promised for blending out your break, so see you there this is vocal coach Dylan πŸ™‚


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