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How to Sing without Strain / Improve My Voice / Vocal Strain
In this episode, master vocal coach Kevin Richards shows you a way to train to help eliminate straining or choking as you sing.
Lots of singers have problems singing without feeling like they are choking or straining to reach notes outside their given chest voice. Why do vocalists have these issues? Well, the answer is complicated but here is a short version; many singers fear the notes they are going to sing so they tighten up their throats in preparation and in turn block the exhalation of air into the vocal cords. This blockage leads to the muscles in the throat to tighten and cut off the air supply to the vocal folds. By doing exercises beginning with an “H” or “Sh” sound, you will teach the voice to exhale air first and make sound second. This is how the voice is designed to work. if you close off the vocal cords and try to breathe into that closure, you are adding too much pressure to the stretch of the vocal folds and the voice tightens. This results in too much tension on the vocal cords and the voice strains.
By practicing the exercise in this video you will start to eliminate the strain and tension by starting air flow before making sound.
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