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Singing Lessons For Beginners – Vocal Compression – Vocal Cord Closure Techniques – Part 2

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  1. Great video so useful information and lot of mythbusting. I’d like to know, if the higher to notes the more compression you need, so how do you deal with it? it is supposed to feel i a little bit uncomfortable? the feeling of containing that big amount of pressure?

  2. In the high notes like A4 feels too uncomfortable, no pain but feels heavy….

    Pd: Never sing in this heavy dynamic.

  3. On higher notes I sound compressed just like you showed in the last part of your video. I have hard time relaxing into a less compressed sound. Could you recommend something that can help?

  4. Perfect explanation! Question: from what I’m grasping, it seems that we should inhale as if we forgot what we were about to say (closing the glottis prior to phonation.) what do we do when we have to take a catch breath, when there isn’t time to take the pause to get the cord closure?

    1. Best Teller Thanks for your comment man! Compression can is a really confusing subject. Glad you’re finding help with my method πŸ˜‰

  5. can the cord closure technique be used everywhere, when in the middle and low parts, like throughout a song? also we have to consciously keep the closure in place throughout right, by thinking about it?
    p.s this technique is awesome.

    1. Thanks for your comment! You gotta think of closure adjustment as a wider palette of colours and options in your vocal texture and in the way you interpret the emotion and meaning of the lines you have to sing. It’s a little conscious in the beginning but with practice it becomes second nature, like everything else πŸ˜‰

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