How to sing without sounding NASAL

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Anyone can learn to sing. Your voice is just a muscle, so you have to understand it and train it. You must also accept that every voice is different so embrace your own unique sound and learn to work with the tools you have been given. This video talks about how to spot nasality in your voice and gives you an exercise to combat it.

21 thoughts on “How to sing without sounding NASAL

  1. So happy to see you still making videos!

  2. José Lin says:

    Thank you for the explanation.
    Having nasal voice in singing bothers me quite a time!

  3. Aida Sabeti says:

    I found you today ! , Thanks for teaching ! 🙂 . recently I moved to a
    small city and here I couldn’t find any Singing Teacher! happy to have you

  4. Maria de Jesus Castellon says:

    Thanks for the advice! You learn something new everyday

  5. Woohooo, long awaited video ! Thank you Verba Keep em Coming!

  6. Marjory Sénécharles says:

    You’re the best teacher on youtube.thks that’s very helpful

  7. ‫קובי עובד - kobi oved‬‎ says:

    Loving your magnificent teaching…
    waiting for the next ones.. 🙂
    thnx so much!
    a real pleasure,

  8. Natalie Lindiwe says:

    Loveyour videos! They’re really helpful and fun too :). Would you ever do a
    video on how to increase the lower range for ladies? I feel my high notes
    are good but I’d like to be able to sing lower…
    Thanks for your videos!

  9. Lavenas The Eye of Beauty says:

    Hi I’m 30yrs but whn im singing I sounds like 3yrs what shall I do to
    improve my vocal?

  10. Lavenas The Eye of Beauty says:

    do you have video for work out the lower register?

  11. Lavenas The Eye of Beauty says:

    Thanks Verba looking forward😊

  12. Christian says:

    Thank you so much, I’ve always had a problem with air going down the nose
    instead of through the mouse, not just in singing but talking as well. I
    will definitely do this everyday, and is it okay to do this exercise 1-3
    times a day or should I stick to once a day?

  13. amrit bahra says:

    thank u …. respect from my bottom of my heart … love u love u love u
    …. that means a lot to me ….

    one day when i will become a good singer i will meet you and i will thank
    you ..
    mark my words ..

    Respect from Punjab , India

  14. Is nasality always a bad thing? Do some singers do it on purpose?

  15. Jiora Belle says:

    I noticed I am more nasally when I sing low.
    You say that nasality is caused by a lazy soft palate, but when I sing low
    notes aren’t I supposed to keep my soft palate lower than when I sing high?
    What can I think of doing in order to sound less nasally when I sing low?

  16. Ana Hernandez says:

    Love this! So helpful! Thank you!!

  17. joyfulstar says:

    This is really helpful! thank you so much!

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