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Another Kamelot Cover - Anthem

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Keith
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I work on songs like this to work on a light sounding phonation. If you listen, you will hear why lol. Whats the trick to singing softly but not "airy"?

http://www.soundclick.com/player/single_player.cfm?songid=11335410&q=hi&newref=1

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Don't all post at once lol :) so what I'm looking for here is maybe an excersize that will to help with light soft but non airy sound... Hope this helps making a comment easier.. Although I welcome all sorts of input..

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I see it as two things, in this thread. First off, I think you did great on this song and wouldn't change a thing.

I know we're supposed to brutal and honest. But I can't think of anything wrong with it.

The question of how to be light without airy is, to me, a matter of resonance. If you are resonating in the right spot, you will feel it and won't need to push for volume because you already have the volume required.

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Sounds really good. That's a great song and you voice is well suited for it. You've got different intensities going, like very powerful to breathy to medium - and you go back and forth with the intensities. From your original post you want to hit that middle point - light without breathy. I had the same issue and improved by doing the CVT neutral exercises and one of the KTVA exercises. The other thing is to practice singing really light with the lip rolls and "ng's". You've got to get used to a lighter but very steady support from your abs, like going to a medium gear. It was one of those things for me that took a few months of daily practice, and then it finally fell into place.

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