Learn to Sing using Vagmi Nada

A student of classical music has to learn important aspects of music such as swara suddhi, swara jnana, tala jnana etc. and be aware of important aspects of voice culture such as use of optimum pitch level, good breath support etc.

Important Aspects of Music

Swara suddhi: A basic requirement in music is that the student has to get the right pitch of the swaras (notes). A teacher may state that the sung swara is of an inappropriate pitch. A major issue faced by a beginner is “How to correct the incorrect pitch, the apa-shruti?”

Swara Jnana: A student must have the ability to recognize a swara on hearing it.

Tala Jnana: Tala is defined as any measurement of time. A student must have a good sense of timing control.

Vagmi Nada Basic Module caters to the above needs and considerably reduces the learning time.

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Vagmi Nada Basic Module

Important Aspects of Voice Culture

When a singer is not using an optimum shruti (aadhara shadja) appropriate for his/her voice, it results in tiredness after prolonged singing and an inability to reach the tara sthayi swaras (higher octave notes) easily etc. The optimum shruti is an empirically established concept in voice therapy claimed to alleviate these problems.

Also, there are many other finer nuances related to a musical voice such as:
Good breath support
Steadiness in voice
Good control over intensity/volume
Wide range in pitch
Good modulation
etc.

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Vagmi Voice Culture