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... and the electromechanic vibrato was changed to a tube based and more sophisticated design. The front panel controls of the ... vibrato switch. The Multimonica II featured no microphone input, and only one loudspeaker, but provided more types of harmonics ... three switches for the vibrato speed and amplitude; power switch for the blower fan. The circuit is based on Philips 13204 X, ...
Routable Vibrato. Octave Shifter, Pitch Bend and Modulation Wheel. Live Patches (Two Slots). Modulation Envelope. Two routable ...
A bank of eight tabs (color-coded) for signal processing on the treble keys: (Green, 3) Vibrato Slow/Fast; Vibrato Light/Heavy ... Vibrato Off/On (Red, 3) Sustain S Med; Sustain SS Long; Staccato St Off/On (Gray, 2) Reverb Off/On; Percuss. Off/On A rotary ...
Vibrato is rare in classical or concert band literature; however, certain clarinetists, such as Richard Stoltzman, use vibrato ... A skilled performer can use his or her embouchure to considerably alter the tuning of individual notes or produce vibrato, a ... ISBN 1-85828-753-7. Drushler, P (1978). "The clarinet vibrato". Woodwind Anthology. Illinois. Lawson, pp. 174-175 Zakian, Lee ...
4-string bass: D2B4, 6-string bass: D2B6) "Hand Vibrato Guitar" (c. 1963 or 1965-1967. Shorthorn with vibrato. Single Pickup: # ... dual pickups: H2N6, H2V6 (with vibrato bridge), tripple pickups: H3N6, H3V6 (with vibrato bridge)) - titled "Featured by the " ... F2N6: dual pickups, F2V6: dual pickups with vibrato bridge (1967) / Bigsby vibrato tailpiece (1968-1969))Coral Firefly 12 ... Danelectro: Hand Vibrato, Convertible, Bellzouki series Fjestad. Danelectro: Dane A, B, C, & D series "DANE "A"SERIES guitar, ...
The tremolo effect (labeled VIBRATO by Fender, see "VIBRATO or TREMOLO?" section of the article vibrato unit) had two controls ... vibrato circuit (in place of the tweed-style vibrato found in its immediate predecessor), and a bright switch. Gone also were ... To make room for the reverb circuitry (not found on the Super amp) the company used the direct-coupled oscillator vibrato ... A second toggle switch allows the player to disable the Normal channel and the Vibrato effect; the preamp gain is increased, ...
Vibrato effect is standard. This variant can be seen on the cover of a Hohner demonstration record for the Pianet. It has an ... The C and N models were equipped with a vibrato circuit operated by a switch mounted next to the keyboard. The Pianet L had no ... Vibrato effect is standard. Approximate manufacturing span 1968-1976 The Pianet N II has a case profile with a taper towards ... Vibrato effect is standard. Approximate manufacturing span 1972-1976 The Combo Pianet has a rectangular case profile and no lid ...
The vibrato was produced by using an electromagnet to shake the tail-piece of the violin. The piano had 44 notes, half the ... A vibrato could be produced. The strings were played by small electric powered rollers, which were self-rosinating, and a ...
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Sheraton production totals (data from 1961 to 1970 only): Cherry - 53 Cherry w/vibrato - 20 Natural - 59 Natural w/vibrato - 49 ... The new Epiphone "Trem-o-tone" adjustable vibrato tailpiece is introduced. 1962 Sheraton specs: Production changes from NY-made ... Frequensator tailpiece or Bigsby vibrato; bound tortoise-shell pickguard; Epiphone 'E' tuners; multiple bound top and back; ... Sunburst - 243 Sunburst w/vibrato - 197 In 1970, production ceased in U.S., and began in Japan. Mini-humbucking pickups were ...
vibrato: an inaccurate usage, since vibrato is actually a slight undulation in a sustained pitch, rather than a repetition of ... vibrato. Vibrating (i.e. a more or less rapidly repeated slight variation in the pitch of a note, used as a means of expression ... the pitch, or variation in volume (see vibrato).. tresillo (Sp.). A duple-pulse rhythmic cell in Cuban and other Latin American ...
He was among the top instructors of his day in the expression of vibrato and published a book titled Cultivation of the Violin ... Cultivation of the Violin Vibrato Tone. Central States Music Publishing Company. Retrieved November 16, 2012. Lieberman, Julie ... Vibrato Tone. In 1876, Bissing arrived in Ellis County from the Volga River area of Russia with his family. He was about five ...
Maybe it's the never-ending vibrato." Dave Bishop - Clarinet, saxophone Ben Castle - Clarinet, flute Laurence Cottle - ...
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She calls the attack Burning Vibrato. When in close range combat, her clarinet splits, becoming a pair of nunchaku. She is ...
Some pitch correctors can add vibrato. While pitch correction devices were initially designed to produce natural-sounding ... and this resulted in the vibrato sounding "a little off" or "over-processed." Audio time-scale/pitch modification Puberphonia ...
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He eschewed the use of excessive vibrato. He was said to be "at the forefront of English flute playing for more than half a ...
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... "non-vibrato" (also called "hard-tail"). Vibrato bridges have an arm or lever (called the vibrato arm, tremolo arm, or "whammy ... Vibrato bridges usually must be suspended in some way, which reduces contact. Most vibrato system designs use a group of ... is deeply entrenched in popular usage via some manufacturers naming their vibrato systems as "tremolo". Non-vibrato bridges ... The Bigsby vibrato tailpiece is another option. A locking tremolo uses a bridge that has uses a small clamp in each saddle to ...
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There is also an LFO for vibrato effects. List of music software Phillips, Dave (April 17, 2008). "Give Me 3 Synths". Linux ...
The vibrato effect is close to a chorus effect. Vibrato, Sound Frequency 500 Hz - Frequency Modulation 50 Hz - Vibrato ... are against the use of vibrato at all times. All human voices can produce vibrato. This vibrato can be varied in width (and ... Finger vibrato Tremolo Vibrato unit Sundberg, Johan. "Acoustic and psychoacoustic aspects of vocal vibrato" (PDF). Retrieved 4 ... The vibrato of a string instrument and wind instrument is an imitation of that vocal function. The terms vibrato and tremolo ...
Vibrato". Magnatoneamps.com. In sales literature, Magna called the vibrato "F.M. Vibrato" for full modulation vibrato). Whereas ... Vibrato units are particularly used in surf music. The name vibrato unit is contrary to normal usage of the term vibrato, and ... Magnatones vibrato was true pitch shifting vibrato. US patent 2988706, Don L. Bonham, "Vibrato circuit comprising a bridge ... The first Fender vibrato unit (1954) was called "tremolo", and some later Fender tremolo arms were called "vibrato tailpieces" ...
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Rok Klopčič takes a look at different types of vibrato through the eyes of the great teachers and players - from the June 2003 ... Continuous vibrato. Continuous vibrato can be practised by playing different intervals using each of the different vibratos, ... Arm vibrato. The same principles apply as for hand vibrato: the finger should be firm enough to retain its place on the string ... Wrist vibrato. When developing vibrato, start in third position, moving on to the others later. The lower part of the left hand ...
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I guess I got to get to used to doing vibrato. I thought to myself. Later that the day, I went home to practice my vibrato. ... My mind soon began wondering what is this "vibrato." Was it a bow technique or musical term I have not learned yet? "Vibrato is ... "I want more vibrato!" Mr. G demanded from the class. I can see everyones faces start to turn upside. I knew that no one wanted ... In these songs, she has extensive use of vibrato in specific areas, where she draws out certain beats of words, and just by ...
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No, vibrato did not come easily at all! Since my first violin teacher didnt help me develop correct vibrato, I developed small ... The vibrato will sound more strained and tentative, less modulated and more measured. From Mendy Smith. Posted on December 22, ... I learned vibrato as an adult & found it astoundingly easy {had a great teacher, of course]; and he taught it to me in less ... My vibrato is only now beginning to arrive...So no, it did not come easily; but took time and effort to develop. :) And like ...
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I think that vibrato in jazz is just fine! According to the law, it seems that with adequate air flow you get vibrato, no ... So much for not using vibrato in baroque music, huh? Vibrato is not just a good idea. Like gravity, its the law. ... Vibrato is caused when the air flow exceeds the resistance of the folds. The Hagen-Poiseuille Law references that when the ... In reference to vibrato, what do you think about stylistic incorporation of it (i.e. in jazz)? ...
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Vibrato is just the extra touch that makes it special.. Keep practicing! Remember that vibrato can take your voice to the next ... Musically speaking, vibrato is a wavelike movement of pitch. Some amateurs think vibrato is just hitting one note and shaking ... Ready for the second approach to kick-start your vibrato?. I call it the "Finger Point Vibrato Approach." Extend your index ... While vibrato can sound different for everyone, the extreme versions are not ideal. For example, when the vibrato is too fast, ...
In fact, youre the first to flag to me that the vibrato is more so a relaxed extension of the tremolo, rather than, say, an ... David, Ive really enjoyed your explanation of tremolo and vibrato in your lessons. ... Ive seen many players refer to and display the movement of the larynx as part of their rich vibrato etc. This occurs in (2) ...
Vibrato; Vocal tremor; Voice; Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences; Essential tremor. Degree Name:. Ph.D.. Degree Level:. ... Modulation of Voice Related to Tremor and Vibrato. Author:. Lester, Rosemary Anne. Issue Date:. 2014 Publisher:. The University ... This research was carried out using both a computational model of speech production and trained singers producing vibrato to ... This research was carried out using both a computational model of speech production and trained singers producing vibrato to ...
  • In practice, it is difficult for a singer or musical instrument player to achieve a pure vibrato or tremolo (where only the pitch or only the volume is varied), and variations in both pitch and volume will often be achieved at the same time. (wikipedia.org)
  • Electronic manipulation or generation of signals makes it easier to achieve or demonstrate pure tremolo or vibrato. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the world of electric guitar and record production vibrato retains the same meaning as in the classical world (a periodic variation in pitch) but tremolo describes a periodic variation in volume usually achieved using outboard effects units. (wikipedia.org)
  • A Leslie speaker (best known through its historical and popular association with the Hammond organ) creates vibrato as a byproduct of tremolo production. (wikipedia.org)
  • A vibrato unit is an effects unit used to add tremolo to the sound of an electric instrument, most often an electric guitar. (wikipedia.org)
  • The guitaring tradition of using the term "vibrato" to refer to a tremolo effect began in 1956 with Leo Fender's use of the term in naming the Fender Vibrolux. (wikipedia.org)
  • In all other contexts the effect produced by a traditional vibrato unit is known as tremolo rather than vibrato. (wikipedia.org)
  • The term "vibrato unit" was introduced on high-end Fender guitar amplifiers in the 1950s, starting with the Vibrolux amplifier in 1956, in the same period in which what is now called a "tremolo arm" was introduced on Fender guitars. (wikipedia.org)
  • In both the case of the "tremolo arm" and "vibrato unit", Leo Fender had reversed the established usage of the terms vibrato and tremolo. (wikipedia.org)
  • The first Fender vibrato unit (1954) was called "tremolo", and some later Fender tremolo arms were called "vibrato tailpieces" or similar. (wikipedia.org)
  • But the terms that became established were "tremolo arm" and "vibrato unit", both contrary to standard usage, with the result that electric guitarists traditionally use the terms "vibrato" and "tremolo" in the opposite senses to all other musicians when describing these hardware devices and the effects they produce. (wikipedia.org)
  • Physiology of the Tremolo & Vibrato. (bluesharmonica.com)
  • David, I've really enjoyed your explanation of tremolo and vibrato in your lessons. (bluesharmonica.com)
  • In fact, you're the first to flag to me that the vibrato is more so a relaxed extension of the tremolo, rather than, say, an enhanced skill. (bluesharmonica.com)
  • Clearly, they equate vibrato with tremolo or wobble. (blogspot.com)
  • Even present-day voice teachers have considerable difficulty agreeing on exactly what constitutes a wobble, or tremolo, or even the desirable degree of vibrato. (blogspot.com)
  • Play media Guitarists do also produce true vibrato in many different ways, including: As finger vibrato similar to that produced by movement of the left hand on the violin and other stringed instruments. (wikipedia.org)
  • Like singing, instrumental musicians will waver between two pitches of a note in a technique called "finger vibrato. (wisegeek.com)
  • There are three discernible types of vibrato, named according to the part of the body that performs it: arm, hand (otherwise known as wrist) and finger vibrato, although for Szeryng, 'a perfect vibrato [is] a combination of finger, wrist and forearm. (thestrad.com)
  • I've seen many players refer to and display the movement of the larynx as part of their rich vibrato etc. (bluesharmonica.com)
  • One thing you need to understand is that vibrato is not purely the functioning of the larynx. (thesingingart.com)
  • The tensions that generate the attributes of a typical vibrato sound make the larynx muscles to begin to move rhythmically. (thesingingart.com)
  • Therefore, vibrato results from the precise and subtle movements in the larynx that causes an impact of the phalangeal wall and the diaphragm. (thesingingart.com)
  • Singers who have studied this technique usually suffer an imbalance in the registers, pitch problems, vibrato problems, breath issues, distorted vowels, depressed larynx, lack of nasal resonance and general pushing of the voice to force it into function. (voiceteacher.com)
  • The question of when to start teaching vibrato to young students has received many different answers, but it seems that pedagogues now agree with Ilona Feher, who thought that 'vibrato can be taught. (thestrad.com)
  • The perfect vibrato speed, according to what most ears prefer, is supposed to be about six oscillations per second, like this [demonstrates]. (rogerlove.com)
  • All the controls needed to play organ are included: Footage sliders, Percussion, Vibrato and Rotary speaker control. (long-mcquade.com)
  • Belting is always a loud, thick, exciting sound and is usually characterized by straight tone leading into vibrato at the most pleasing moment in the harmonic progression to release the built tension. (batterie-demarrage.com)
  • The extent of vibrato for solo singers is usually less than a semitone (100 cents) either side of the note, while singers in a choir typically use narrower vibrato with an extent of less than a tenth of a semitone (10 cents) either side. (wikipedia.org)
  • To sing alongside the masters and separate yourself from the vast majority of average singers, you need to have one particular feature in your singing toolbox: vibrato! (rogerlove.com)
  • The techniques might feel a little funny at first but rest assured that I've used these exact approaches to help Grammy-winning singers create their own vibrato. (rogerlove.com)
  • Even rock singers use on vibrato to give fullness to their edgy sound. (rogerlove.com)
  • Now that we're clear on what vibrato is, you're probably remembering a lot of your favorite singers and the moments when you've heard them use vibrato in action. (rogerlove.com)
  • This research was carried out using both a computational model of speech production and trained singers producing vibrato to simulate laryngeal-based vocal tremor with different voice source characteristics (i.e., vocal fold length and degree of vocal fold adduction) and different vocal tract filter characteristics (i.e., vowel shapes). (openrepository.com)
  • The issue of vibrato in a singing tone causes many problems for singers. (blogspot.com)
  • Although all singers are concerned with their vibratos, choral singing often gives rise to vibrato problems, and many of these problems occur in choral singing. (blogspot.com)
  • Many choral directors want that elusive thing, "blend," and worry that, when their singers give them a tone with vibrato, the blend will be ruined. (blogspot.com)
  • Singers are confused when someone tells them to take the vibrato "out. (blogspot.com)
  • Often choir directors justify their dislike of vibrato in a tone by citing a belief that singers of early music never used it. (blogspot.com)
  • The extent of vibrato for solo singers is usually less than a semitone (100 cents) either side of the note, that of singers in a choir is typically narrower at less than a tenth of a semitone (10 cents) either side. (reverbland.com)
  • For instance, some Asian cultures desire a slow and wide vibrato while French pop singers use a faster and tighter vibrato. (singingpros.com)
  • 7. Menuhin said, "Finger fall, which is the basic motion of the fingers as in scales, in vibrato, or in the oscillation of the finger on the string, is, in fact, composed of fingers, knuckles, wrist and arm oscillation: there is no part which should be rigid or excluded. (violinist.com)
  • The only thing that will make vibrato feel more natural is the pace of your oscillation. (thesingingart.com)
  • A singer with a good voice vibrato would automatically know what his body is trying with this pitch oscillation and would also possess a good balancing support. (singingpros.com)
  • She stuffs her singing with vibrato yelps and trills, fast changes between two attached notes, about a tone apart. (batterie-demarrage.com)
  • A vibratoless tone resembles a boy soprano's tone, where absence of vibrato is natural. (blogspot.com)
  • 2. Do the writers of the period clearly indicate that there was or was not vibrato in the vocal tone? (blogspot.com)
  • Vibrato is often accompanied by synschronous, pulsating changes in loudness and timbre in such a way as to provide a pleasing richness to tone. (reverbland.com)
  • We use vibrato on saxophone to soften notes-by caressing the tone, if you like. (reverbland.com)
  • At the same time, a straight tone does not have any vibrato at all. (singingpros.com)
  • With a good vibrato, the pitch of a held tone is slightly alternated with perfect timing, clarity, precision and without any irregularities. (singingpros.com)
  • Find the Waver: The key to doing vibrato right it to start slowly and alternate the pitch until you feel secure in executing the right 'waver' in the tone. (singingpros.com)
  • For the first time in the Proms' 113-year history, the march - also known as Pomp and Circumstance March No.1 - is likely to be played without vibrato, an obscure and extreme performance style that lends an icy tone to music and divides classical music fans into opposing camps. (classical.net)
  • Professional vocalist Lari White breaks down how to harmonize with any music you like to sing, craft your vocal tone by employing vibrato and messa di voce, and work with the chest and head voice. (lynda.com)
  • A singer need only experience the overly darkened tone, the uncontrollable vibrato, the distortion of the basic vowels, then need to force the vocal folds into phonation with too much breath pressure, and the loss of the upper register to acknowledge that this is an incorrect and abusive vocal technique. (voiceteacher.com)
  • Els pedals d'efecte han marcat un abans i un després en la producció de música amb mitjans electrònics. (wikipedia.org)
  • A vibrato unit normally has three controls: Speed controls the frequency of the variation, typically from a maximum (fully clockwise) of five to ten hertz to a minimum which may be as slow as one cycle taking several seconds. (wikipedia.org)
  • screencast video develops the mathematical equation needed to model the vibrato effect for a constant low-frequency variation. (jobilize.com)
  • Vibrato is a fine singing technique where a variation in pitch takes place because of the natural changes that are made to offer protection to the vocal fold. (thesingingart.com)
  • Simply put, voice vibrato is a variation in the pitch, very slight, due to the freely oscillating vocal chords. (singingpros.com)
  • Vibrato features live modern jazz, high-end dining and stylish décor, complete with paintings from co-owner and multiple Grammy Award winner Herb Alpert. (gayot.com)
  • A premier jazz and dining space, Vibrato Jazz Grill, owned by music industry icon Herb Alpert, is located at 2930 Beverly Glen Circle, Los Angeles. (send2press.com)
  • Singing with vibrato is an incredibly effective and soulful technique to add more emotion and expression to your voice. (openmicuk.co.uk)
  • Appropriate exercises provide the basis for every serious approach to vibrato. (thestrad.com)
  • Vibrato can be very tricky to start on saxophone, to even think about, so in the rest of this article, I'm going to dive into some concepts or techniques to approach it and give some exercises to get you started. (reverbland.com)
  • What is the main auditory effect produced by the intuitively-obvious approach to modeling vibrato? (jobilize.com)
  • In the case of many string instruments the sound emitted is strongly directional, particularly at high frequencies, and the slight variations in pitch typical of vibrato playing can cause large changes in the directional patterns of the radiated sound. (wikipedia.org)
  • I am left handed (smile), I was an old beginner (10), I modeled the older students in string class, my teacher would demo with vibrato, and, having grown up listening to both live opera and the Saturday Met Opera broadcasts, I had a vibrato sound already in my ear. (violinist.com)
  • Since my goal is for your singing to sound amazing, I'm going to explain what vibrato is and give you two effective approaches to start using it in your singing today. (rogerlove.com)
  • So you should know that just like our voices, vibrato can sound different depending on the singer . (rogerlove.com)
  • While vibrato can sound different for everyone, the extreme versions are not ideal. (rogerlove.com)
  • When it's too slow, the vibrato can sound like you're old or tired. (rogerlove.com)
  • When you out vibrato in it, it just caresses the long note and makes it sound way more melodic. (reverbland.com)
  • Listeners are drawn to sounds with dynamic (changing) spectral characteristics, and vibrato makes a sustained note sound much more interesting than a constant frequency. (jobilize.com)
  • or be proportional to) the intensity envelope of the sound, and by (2) making the vibrato rate track the intensity envelope. (jobilize.com)
  • When I replaced them with D'Addario Chromes 11-50, the vibrato assembly was not 'pulled down' as far, necessitating my having to raise the bridge very far to even simply contact the strings, let alone create a 'break' in them. (rickenbacker.com)
  • I suspected from the start that the spring was too large, or too curved, positioning the 'active' end of the spring (to which the strings are indirectly attached via the vibrato retainer. (rickenbacker.com)
  • Everyone soon played the D major scale again but this time giving a go at vibrato on every single half note even with four finger instead of the open strings. (123helpme.com)
  • Try adding vibrato to bent strings also. (ultimate-guitar.com)
  • A singer can improve vibrato by practicing musical performance techniques so that the musical effect becomes a natural part of singing. (wisegeek.com)
  • An effortless flowing vibrato will be created when a singer can change between two pitches approximately six times per second. (wisegeek.com)
  • The transformation in the use and the quality of vibrato started with Ysaÿe at the end of the 19th century and by the first half of the 20th century, vibrato technique eclipsed all that had come before it. (thestrad.com)
  • There will be little disagreement with Szende's claim that 'basic movements of the vibrato can and must be studied in the same manner as the other movements in violin playing. (thestrad.com)
  • Galamian would agree with this, claiming that between the three categories there lie about a hundred types of vibrato which are the results of combinations of the elementary types as well as variations in amplitude and frequency. (thestrad.com)
  • Remember that vibrato can take your voice to the next level and make a great impression on your audience. (rogerlove.com)
  • To give you even more motivation to learn vibrato, I'll share with you my belief that vibrato is so powerful it can be one of the biggest differences between an average and an awesome singing voice. (rogerlove.com)
  • Vibrato is worth learning because it can add a unique richness and warmth to your singing voice. (rogerlove.com)
  • Saxophone vibrato is an incredibly powerful musical effect to master because it provides a rich, pleasant listening experience to your audience (and yourself) by emulating vibrato in the human singing voice. (reverbland.com)
  • Learn about vibrato produced by the singing voice and musical instruments, experiment with the vibrato effect using an interactive LabVIEW VI, and learn how to model the vibrato effect mathematically. (jobilize.com)
  • In this section the mathematical equations necessary to model the vibrato effect will be developed.In addition, two important effects associated with the singing voice will be discussed to produce a more realistic model. (jobilize.com)
  • You will be able to create the vibrato effect in a natural manner and you will find your voice making vibrato on its own. (thesingingart.com)
  • Imitation in childhood could also lend a voice vibrato. (singingpros.com)
  • Work on the Body: A number of musicians have defined a good voice vibrato in their own ways. (singingpros.com)
  • The production, regulation and maintenance of voice vibrato is deeply intertwined with breathing and bodily support that you can provide to your singing. (singingpros.com)
  • Where some western choral singing may not desire it at all, traditional Japanese and Chinese songs have a high and slow but extremely controlled voice vibrato. (singingpros.com)
  • Vibrato is sometimes thought of as an effect added onto the note itself, but in some cases it is so fully a part of the style of the music that it can be very difficult for some performers to play without it. (wikipedia.org)
  • Vibrato units are particularly used in surf music. (wikipedia.org)
  • On Sunday, April 22, Booker will pay a unique homage to her muse with "Forever Sassy: The Divine Music of Sarah Vaughan" at the popular performance venue, the Vibrato Jazz Grill. (send2press.com)
  • I'm so looking forward to my 'Jazz on Sunday' event at Vibrato Jazz Grill and I hope my music continues to carry on the legacy of healing for others," she says. (send2press.com)
  • Forever Sassy: The Divine Music of Sarah Vaughan" at the Vibrato Jazz Grill will be an evening to remember! (send2press.com)
  • All of the above questions (extracted from a Statement issued by the American Academy of Teachers of Singing , "Early Music and the Absence of Vibrato") seem relevant to the subject of singing early music and the possible vocal abuse in relation to singing early music. (blogspot.com)
  • Vibrato is one of the most incredible singing techniques especially for the lovers of classical music. (thesingingart.com)
  • Vibrato, a musical effect produced by a regular pulsating change of pitch, is used to add expression and vocal-like qualities to instrumental music. (classical.net)
  • Vibrato (Italian, from past participle of "vibrare", to vibrate) is a musical effect consisting of a regular, pulsating change of pitch. (wikipedia.org)
  • The term vibrato was first applied to the effect in 1956 with the introduction of the Fender Vibrolux. (wikipedia.org)
  • Download and run the LabVIEW VI vibrato.vi to demonstrate the vibrato effect applied to a sinusoidal oscillator. (jobilize.com)
  • screencast video develops the mathematical equation needed to model the vibrato effect in perhaps an intuitively-obvious (but unfortunately incorrect) way. (jobilize.com)
  • First documented from as early as the 16th century, vibrato is a musical term used to describe a change between two pitches that occurs in a consistent, wavering pattern. (wisegeek.com)
  • Vibrato has been a part of my musical palette as far back as I can remember: it was just simply there, like intonation, articulation, and dynamics. (violinist.com)
  • Vibrato plays a critical role in nearly every musical genre. (rogerlove.com)
  • The jazz tenor sax player Coleman Hawkins found he had this difficulty when requested to play a passage both with and without vibrato by Leonard Bernstein when producing his record album "What is Jazz" to demonstrate the difference between the two. (wikipedia.org)
  • citation needed] The use of vibrato is intended to add warmth to a note. (wikipedia.org)
  • Likewise, Spalding asserts that 'a beautiful vibrato is the one that sounds the note and lowers it. (thestrad.com)
  • Some amateurs think vibrato is just hitting one note and shaking it like this [demonstrates]. (rogerlove.com)
  • If you are holding out a long note, with no vibrato on it, it just sounds abrasive. (reverbland.com)
  • Many choral directors believe that a soft dynamic level will obliterate the vibrato and deliver "blend. (blogspot.com)