How to Sing in Hard Mix Voice – Kevin Rogers from RocktheStageNYC

Kevin Rogers is a famous vocal coach and has over 39 000 subscribers on YouTube.
In this video he talks about how to practice singing.

Other great vocal coaches are Brett Manning, Eric Arceneaux and Ken Tamplin.

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2 thoughts on “How to Sing in Hard Mix Voice – Kevin Rogers from RocktheStageNYC”

  1. Gregory Sankowich

    A hard mix is defined by more vertical closure in the edges of the cords, not lateral bulking or pressing. This is an often misunderstood topic and the word mix is utterly confusing.

  2. Thanks for the video! My own experience is that a ‘hard mix’ comes from keeping a) a neutral larynx b) even resistance on the vocal folds when ascending (as opposed to getting lighter as the voice would often naturally like to do) and c) allowing the resonance to shift into the upper cavities and the head as would happen in head voice. This is what the ‘mix’ is…a mixture of chest voice closure and head voice resonance…

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