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29 thoughts on “How To Sing / Doing Exercises Correctly / How To Cry / Forced Larynx

  1. I have a question. When I practice singing, I sometimes see how high I can
    go comfortably in my chest voice. It’s usually up to a B4, but sometimes,
    I’ll randomly be able to hit up to a C5 or C#5 without cracking and then
    I’ll end up losing it a couple minutes later. How come?

  2. Hi Brett Manning…what are some of the best exercises to warm down my
    vocal cords after a heavy practice or performance….I really need some….

  3. Well you need more support! Train your diaphragm to push less. Like
    inhaling and hiss “ssss” as long as you can….slowly. That will with time
    teach the diaphragm to push less at the high notes. Cuz the membranes, get
    thinner as you go high, they are more frigile, so its a BODY DEFENCE
    mechanism, if they feel that you may damage them, they will shut and stop
    you. DONT PUSH IT or vocal damage may be in your future, start diaphragm
    exercises and try a low volume at first. Take care ^^

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  5. I was really bad at singing.. Like really bad. And I’m not exactly good yet
    but if I’ve made any progress it’s thanks to this guy and Singing Success!
    If anyone wants to check out how my voice sounds now, take a listen in my
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  6. Brett, you said voice is like a flower, and you should never push it. Ive
    seen that guy on yt and he’s pushing high notes (I think its mixt or his
    head voice?) and it sounds really cool. How can I reach that high notes and
    what kind of voice he’s using? /watch?v=T1OQII2aCYI Thank you.

  7. Yea Pelleck is pretty awesome. But he is not pushing, Its just a power full
    pure head voice. If you listen closely Those high are thinner although they
    are powerful but they are thinner because it purely head voice. He so
    awesome though

  8. so when you sing in the cry your larynx has to stay down as well? because
    that seems pretty hard to pull of… does anybody have any tips?

  9. Thanks Brett for another great video! To see how to release your high notes
    check out this video: How to Belt High Notes – Brett Manning – Awesound TV

  10. Hey.. now i understand why the ” ng ” exercise helps so much! It maintains
    ur s p
    Where it needs to be. Thnks!

  11. It seems that Brett is addressing what others call “bite”. I think what the
    questioner wanted to know about is the true crying voice which lies under
    the voice and comes out at the end of a note. That isn’t bite, it’s crying.
    You can hear this in all good singers from opera to country, and it’s the
    hardest thing to learn. So: not “bite”, but actually cry.

  12. I’d like to hear him doing the same crying exercises with neutral larynx,
    because i think when he puts on the cry he also rises his larynx.

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  14. Why not attempt to sing your favourite tune with out accompaniment you’ll be able to observe that you are not as accurate as you think you might be.

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