Milly

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  1. And you have only been doing it for 2 weeks and now you are up to a A00bbb, whoo hòooo, please upload a link
  2. I see that video has nothing to do with fasetto Fasetto is just a breathy air tone in head voice, try panting would give you an exapmle
  3. In my experience humming high notes for a while (like a 3 to 5 min song) is like fasseto. It leaves you very tiered and out of breath, is this what you mean?
  4. Your are right, OP could have there student move the resonance around away from the throat, but OP did not advocate this, and thus one one think it is humming as the humming sense who to most people who don't train to sing
  5. Breath support is the first place any teacher should start with there student and any student should pick up first too Have you just started or something?
  6. If you are a teacher then you should notice his breath support and wether or not said student runs out of air before the end of the choir Resonance in the mask ay, please explain how humming moves the resonance from the throat to the head please
  7. This reminds me of an exercise call intoning and extoning, basicly the short and narrow of it is, extoning is humming as normal as you realise air, then fully realise all of your air and hum in intoning, as you inhale air as you hum. Make sense?
  8. So your saying if you train you will regain the lost tissue from the vocal folds?
  9. I have enough online and CD manuals with two much I don't know what to do with thanks, just a section out of a book would be enough But are you referring to sob mode?
  10. Got the fist bit but now you have lost me, where do you get this extreame screem exersise from?
  11. Yes I totally understand; tone deaf springs to mind