korwynkim

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  1. I don't want the sound and I also want to know what causes it, especially if it points to bad technique or damage. It happens on any vowel and even when I'm just humming. I've noticed it at any time, though it's not as prominent first thing in the morning until my voice has been in use for a bit. I haven't had a cold recently so I'm not sure.
  2. 1: https://vocaroo.com/i/s12bxxJJAZWm 2: https://vocaroo.com/i/s1yVO4GlfDlD 3: https://vocaroo.com/i/s0xBsIfUj87v It sounds like a rattle or some electronic noise, but it's coming from my throat. You can hear it more near the beginning of the recordings. I can still feel it happening when I sing louder and can't hear the rattle.
  3. Does anyone ever experience a rattle or a fry like noise while sustaining a note? It's subtle and easier to hear when singing quietly. Sometimes it almost sounds like there is an additional note sounding below the sung note. This usually gets worse over the period of 10-15 minutes of singing. After a few hours of rest, it "resets" back to the original level of rattling, then proceeds to get worse again as I sing. This happens even if I focus on good breath support along with not making pressed phonation or overcompressing my vocal folds. I just finished my last lesson before moving and won't have access to a teacher for a while. I'm not sure if this is a sign of normal wear or something worse. I want to keep practicing but I also don't want to cause long term damage.