VideoHere Posted July 6, 2011 Share Posted July 6, 2011 hi folks, remember when i first joined, i had to post in all caps because of my software (i couldn't help it) and you folks were always telling me to stop....lol!!!, and i kept reiterating that singing takes a lot of effort and how support plays such a role? you know, i've been watching a lot of you tube vids lately and it seems like virtually every vocal instructor from rob lunte, to even vocal instructor brett manning, and several others are finally starting to say and teach what i was always saying from the day i joined.... watch some recent videos from these folks and you'll see they are gravitating more towards support, fold compression, and acheiving that stronger thicker sound .....remember how they were all saying to thin out up top, nice and light?...they aren't anymore. building a pro caliber voice can be very hard work. some songs and singers are going to make you feel so challenged, and you simply cannot give up! if you feel in your heart you can do it, if you work hard enough and make the sacrifices and dedicate yourself you will get there. if you want to wail and nail these chesty-sounding power notes you are gonna have to work at it. it's the transference of tension from the upper area (larynx, throat etc.) to the lower area (the core). singing is not effortless and singing is in no way the same as speaking! dante knows what i mean by "effort"... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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