One of the great things about the Sprinkle Technique is that the more you use it, the easier it becomes. Another great attribute is that when you use it, it can be very uplifting to your mood and the moods of the people around you. It’s a very pleasant kind of sound.
I hope you saw the poem in the Practice Tool for Lesson 12, written by one of our Voice Club Members. Jasmine says that poem was inspired by the way she sounded when she used the Sprinkle Technique. She practiced her poem, along with other written material, as a way to feel more natural, gain confidence and refine her skill while using the Sprinkle Technique. And it worked!
Now I want to invite you to write either a story, a poem, a song, or even an anecdote or essay. This could be something as simple as how good or bad your day was, or an elaborate poem or creative piece. Whatever it is, write it out and then practice different ways of using the Sprinkle Technique – sprinkling the high notes into different words, different syllables. Mix it up. Create variety.
As you do this, you add flexibility to your voice and your delivery style. You get better at the melodious aspect of the female sound and you get to experience the delight of different styles of female speaking patterns.
Don’t hold back. Some sentences may sound better than others, but this is an experiment. Learn what you like and don’t like while you practice in private. This way, when you’re in public, you already have experience, skill, and confidence.
So have fun, get inspired and enjoy your results!