There’s a new app out there for singers who want to practice their screaming vocals. As everyone knows, screaming just makes music better. Well, okay, that’s at least what metalheads like myself think. However, for those wannabe screamers, there’s the new The Art of Screaming app available for iPhone and iPod touch. Based off of the line of instructional videos that try to teach singers how to scream without turning their vocal cords into silly string, this app brings portability and interactivity to the lessons, helping to warm up and practice those tricky screams.
Users can learn lessons on proper body structure, exercises for strengthening one’s core to make the body more accustomed to screaming, and even proper head placement. There are audio playlists for vocal warmups to help develop those vocals and techniques. What happens when the vocal cords are screaming for vengeance? Check the app’s SOS section. The teachers behind the app, Susan Carr and Wolf Carr, teach vocal lessons professionally, and they count a variety of singers as their clients, including Troy Sanders from Mastodon. Who doesn’t love Mastodon?
Released: 2012-04-11 :: Category: Music
Tagged with: app, Music, The Art of Screaming, vocals