Singing Guide: The Osmonds

Vocal technique, exercises, tips and relevant resources

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If you’re interested in learning how to sing like The Osmonds, there are a few key techniques you should focus on. One of their signature sounds is their tight harmony, so working on vocal blending and matching pitch is crucial. Additionally, The Osmonds were known for their smooth, polished tone, so focusing on breath control and controlling vibrato can help you achieve a similar sound.

When it comes to training your voice, Singing Carrots can offer many resources to help you hone your skills. The vocal range test can help you determine your range and find songs appropriate for your voice, while the pitch accuracy test can help you identify areas where you need improvement. The vocal pitch monitor is a great tool for visualizing your pitch, and the pitch training game can help you strengthen your pitch accuracy and recognize pitch patterns.

To learn more about some of the key techniques The Osmonds used in their singing, check out Singing Carrots' articles on breathing basics, voice registers and vocal breaks, breath support, open mouth and throat, vocal distortion and growling, and singing with vibrato.

Singing Carrots also offers a variety of videos that can help you improve your singing skills, such as exercises on breathing, articulation, chest voice and voice registers, posture, emotion control, and nasality.

In terms of songs to sing, The Osmonds had many hits, but some good ones to focus on for developing your skills might include "One Bad Apple," "Love Me for a Reason," and "Crazy Horses."

Overall, with practice and the right tools, you can learn to sing like The Osmonds and develop your own unique singing style.

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