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Not really, nasality usually means a lack of support and compression, as a result the voice is directed to the nose in an attempt to reduce the air flow that has not enough pressure ballance against the soft pallet.

Could be a poor focal placement too.

In either case, while the later may be pleasant to listen depending on who is listenning and how its used, nasality has no place as a goal inside technique, but its a very handy tool to help in some situations.

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