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LOWERING THE LARYNX : MALE VS FEMALE VOCAL TRACK

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Here is a blog I recently published that points out the critical benefits of training to sing with a dampened larynx and amplification of the 2nd formant. It also offers a very interesting view of the female vs male vocal tract.

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http://thevocaliststudio.com/the-female-singing-voice-benefits-of-lowering-the-larynx/

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Yes, but its hard to explain over text... I need to do it in video... I did just sent an updated video lecture that DOES go over this for "Pillars 2.0"... so anyone that has Pillars 2.0 that reads this... let me know, and Ill be happy to send you this new tutorial video for this topic...

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Here is a blog I recently published that points out the critical benefits of training to sing with a dampened larynx and amplification of the 2nd formant. It also offers a very interesting view of the female vs male vocal tract.

Hope this interests...

http://thevocaliststudio.com/the-female-singing-voice-benefits-of-lowering-the-larynx/

See if this makes it clickable.

http://thevocaliststudio.com/the-female-singing-voice-benefits-of-lowering-the-larynx/

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Yes, but its hard to explain over text... I need to do it in video... I did just sent an updated video lecture that DOES go over this for "Pillars 2.0"... so anyone that has Pillars 2.0 that reads this... let me know, and Ill be happy to send you this new tutorial video for this topic...

Hey Rob, drop me it in an email please? jrdp@hotmail.co.uk

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