Freya’s Singing Tips: How to sing RASPY without KILLING your VOICE

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How do you sing with a raspy voice in a healthy way? Try these exercises to help you sing rock and metal songs that need that rough edge here and there.

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17 thoughts on “Freya’s Singing Tips: How to sing RASPY without KILLING your VOICE

  1. Thank you for that video 🙂 Is there also sth you can do with a childish
    voice? It’s just when I’m singing :(

  2. Freyda, I would like to sit with a musician to test my voice out and put a
    song together and coach me. I live in NY and NJ area. Do you know someone I
    can reach out to for this. I want to do a Tina Turner song for a
    performance.

  3. Nice however, 1, Bon Scott did not have a ‘raspy, voice, he had a nasally
    voice.
    2, you sing WAY better than Janis Joplin!

    She couldn’t sing for nuts! Great songs, no voice.
    THANKS for agreeing with me on this. Many refuse to acknowledge she wasn’t
    the blues goddess some made her out to be. Kris Kristofferson was the
    genius behind JJ!

    I LIKE your voice the way it is Frey!

    Good tips dear.

    You LIKE Aussie music hey? AC/DC, The Rose, wow!

  4. Should I feel a bit of tension up and back in my throat? Because that’s
    what I’m mostly feeling when doing this sound.

  5. Hey, everyone, you can also add some “bottom” to your fry raspiness by
    using your false cords. Practice Mongolian throat singing to get that
    sound, then mix with this technique!

  6. That’s not how you create a healthy rasp. You should not be altering the
    actual vocal cords to create the sound at all. The actual sound coming off
    the cords should be clean and powerful, just like any other note. True,
    healthy distortion is created by manipulating the false folds and vocal
    tract AFTER the sound leaves the voice, disrupting the sound and creating
    the rasp. Singers who can do this all day with no fatigue or damage know
    how to do it correctly.

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