Singing Lesson High Note and Low Note Consistency for Baritone Voices

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Consistency throughout our range is a function of airflow, matching vowel resonances, and overall resonance or placement. This video series explores the resonances of our voices with an exercise that helps one open the nasal pharynx and alternately open the front mask or sinus cavity resonances. Working together, these two resonators form a large portion of the timbre of our voices, and blending the two can dramatically affect tone, projection, and continuity of range in performance. Feel free to get in touch with questions. Learn more about Jeff at:

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5 thoughts on “Singing Lesson High Note and Low Note Consistency for Baritone Voices

  1. Elia Acosta says:

    i would be very greatful if you could do a video about runs and riffs,,,
    exercises or something.
    thanks

  2. crashsoul02 says:

    thanx, Jeff, all of your videos are very helpful!

  3. Ignasi Martí Palet says:

    Hi Jeff, I think I’m a high baritone maybe a low tenor. When I do this
    exercise my low notes sound very raspy; It is normal? Even though I don’t
    feel any pain I think it doesn’t sound well. Maybe I’m squeezing the vocal
    chords too much but I’m not sure, if this is the problem how can I solve
    it?

  4. Amos Craig says:

    could you do a video on how to use vocal fry to to get that bright sound?

  5. iamAntonioRamsey says:

    what’s a good email to contact you? you are an amazing teacher!!!

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