jefinnerallcan Posted April 7, 2011 Share Posted April 7, 2011 Hi. I've been thinking a lot lately about my voice and how much I miss it. It's along sad sad story involving heavy drinking, smoking and singing(often at he same time) in loud piano bars until the wee small hours of the morning...And screaming over crowds while bartending in New Orleans...To be clear, I can speak and still sing--Belt mostly. I thank god for the teacher who taught me years ago that "bel canto can belto". My voice is still "hit the back of house"powerful" but for the last 6-7 years, it has been missing about two octaves on the top. I'm 39. Conservatory trained. I know the most logical thing to do would to be first, see an ent to get a scope of the damage and also adopt a regiem of vocal excercise. I guess I know it all, lol. Still, I'm wondering about others experience with this...And also the possibilities of reversal. I realise my upper register will probably never again sound like "crystal" as it was often described--If that were possible, Julie Andrews would have done it... But I really would like to get my upper register back. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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