Monday, April 4, 2011

Singing: How to Eliminate the Strain in Your Voice

If you're singing with a strained voice and you can actually feel pain around the throat area, there's something wrong with your placement. In that, you're probably recruiting other muscles to produce the sound. You don't have to! Here's a quick way to rectify any placement problems you may have.

Try saying AAAAA in your speaking voice, otherwise referred to as your chest voice. Once you've mastered that, start to work your way up the scale with AAAA gradually going up to a point where your voice breaks and switches over to your second voice (the falsetto area). If you're doing this correctly you should notice that there is no pain in the throat... because your placement is right. Now try to apply this technique to singing ANY song. Enjoy!

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