How to Sing Clearly: Vocal Resonance and Cord Closure | Singing Lessons

Learn how to sing clearly by improving your vocal resonance and cord closure. In this interactive lesson, you will learn TWO exercises which will help you with both vocal resonance and cord closure simultaneously to achieve a bright, clear tone. As you continue to practice these exercise over the course of several weeks, you will notice the increased clarity in your singing voice.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

0:13 – Introduction
0:57 – Explanation of Exercise 1
2:40 – Exercise 1: YAA (Male range)
4:12 – Exercise 1: YAA (Female range)
5:27 – Remarks on Exercise 1
5:49 – Explanation of Exercise 2
6:40 – Exercise 2: NO (Male Range)
8:02 – Exercise 2: NO (Female Range)
9:19 – Closing Remarks

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41 thoughts on “How to Sing Clearly: Vocal Resonance and Cord Closure | Singing Lessons”

  1. This is hurting my throat? Feels like the same tension I feel when I
    (inappropriately) sing. Any ideas what I’m doing wrong?

  2. Claudio De Rosa

    Wow great tip thanks a lot! I can tell you’re a great instructor/teacher.
    Hopefully this will help my problem of not having enough pharyngeal
    resonance. I’ve been trying other exercises for pharyngeal resonance and I
    still can’t pull through. I hope this will do the trick! Thanks man!

  3. Hi Marnell, Excellent video as always. My only problem is a get a break
    just for the last upper range bit (my transition to head voice) How do I
    solve this?

  4. Galiëne van Houten

    Thanks so much! Thanks also for the table of contents, so you can start the
    exercise right away. There are so many vids with constant blabber and yours
    is straight to the point!

  5. Galiëne van Houten

    Thanks so much! Thanks also for the table of contents, so you can start the
    exercise right away. There are so many vids with constant blabber and yours
    is straight to the point!

  6. Should my jaw be moving a lot when I do this? I notice in the examples your
    jaw moves a lot with each “yaa” almost like you’re exagerrating it, but I’m
    not sure if you’re doing that just to show how obnoxious the sound should
    be, or if that’s how we should do it too. My jaw kind of just hangs there
    and moves very little with each “yaa”

  7. this helps me out so much . my gma right now cussin me out tellin me to
    shut up but helps so much. new subscriber!!! :-)

  8. you’re so cool! i really need something that can clear up my muddy voice.
    but need to wait til nobody at home 1st before doing those exercise lol.
    subscribed :)

  9. Aweeeeee-some video! Is it just me or are most of the vocal lesson videos
    comprised almost entirely of other people singing? When they do finally get
    around to the technical aspect of what they’re trying to “teach” you, it is
    merely a description of said technique, no why, how, do, don’t,
    etc…(unless you pay). Your videos are the exact opposite, informative,
    descriptive, technical, and easy to understand. Keep it up. If i had a
    reliable source of income I would definitely send some donations. Seriously
    man, thank you. Oh and pay no mind to the 6 dislikes, I know at least one
    of those votes came from my frustrated room mate after painfully listening
    to the sounds of aweeee and naoooooo reverberate throughout our apartment.
    Which I guess means that I’m doing it right?

  10. Hello! Thanks for your videos! very clearly explained.

    question though, should i be exhaling through my nose while doing the
    exercises or should i be holding my breath (in my nose)?

  11. After a few times I start to feel tired. Is this something that, with time
    and doing this every day, will get better and better and improve your
    singing voice?

  12. When I do scales a lot sometimes I start losing my upper range(when I try
    to sing only air comes out without sound).Does it mean I have bad tecnique
    in the upper register? Do you know what could be the problem?

  13. Mackenly Parmelee

    I heard the metaphor for this one time. Your voice should be like a duck.
    At the vertex of its wake, it glides along peacefully, even though its legs
    are paddling frantically. In the same way, the air used to create good cord
    closure must be worked intensely and carefully monitored to create a very
    sharp laser-like sound.

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