Integrating vocals into a rhythm

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Lesson overview

Finding it difficult to put awesome vocal sounds into your favourite rhythms? This lesson will guide you through how to substitute a popping bark vocal into a rhythm

Lesson goals

  • Play the base rhythm – doh(B) doh(b) dee doh(B) doh(B) dee doh(B) daa
  • Play the fist variation – doh(B) doh(b) dee doh(B) doh(B) dee doh(B) GA
  • Play the second variation – doh(B) doh(b) dee doh(B) doh(B) GA doh(B) GA
  • Experiment by putting the vocal in different parts of the rhythm
  • Trying adding vocals to your favorite rhythms using this technique

Training tips

  • The most important thing to focus on with this technique is to keep the rhythm locked in
  • The rhythm and timing doesn’t change, you just substitute in the vocals
  • Practice substituting the vocal pop in different parts of the rhythm

Give it a try, let us know how you go and if you get stuck, post a question in the comments section below

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