bdam123 Posted June 17, 2011 Share Posted June 17, 2011 Hi everyone, new here. Looking to improve my singing and learn as much as I can. My first question has to do with lowering my larynx. I'm slightly confused on how I should be dealing with the mechanics of my larynx. I know that learning to lower it will help me improve my tone but I also know that I should be keeping it neutral to sound as natural as possible. My dilemma is that I've found that I have to take a lot of effort into lowering it to achieve the tone I want but when I do so it feels totally unnatural. While I'm singing like this it sounds like I'm being extra breathy (it feels breathy too) and way too deep but when I listen back to a recording its the best and most natural tone I've heard from myself. Now if i were to sing and keep my larynx where it feels natural my tone becomes thin and its just not something that I like the sound of. Can someone help guide me in the right direction. Will my approach at achieving the tone I want become more natural to me the more I practice or will I always feel like I'm doing something unnatural to achieve a sound that I think people would like to hear? Thanks to anyone who can help. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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