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Okay so here is a short snippet of me singing the crowded house song - fall at your feet acapella. Its not pitch perfect I just did it off the top of my head as an example of what "I" sound like.

I guess really what my question is - is why do I tend towards this husky / breathy sound instead of a sharp snappy tight sound ? What is it that I am not doing ? My throat is a bit stuffed atm from incorrect heavy lifting (clamping down with the fvf) a few days ago but I always tend towards this type of sound naturally anyway.

http://www.box.net/shared/tta4re37ed3rqais9o0v

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Okay so here is a short snippet of me singing the crowded house song - fall at your feet acapella. Its not pitch perfect I just did it off the top of my head as an example of what "I" sound like.

I guess really what my question is - is why do I tend towards this husky / breathy sound instead of a sharp snappy tight sound ? What is it that I am not doing ? My throat is a bit stuffed atm from incorrect heavy lifting (clamping down with the fvf) a few days ago but I always tend towards this type of sound naturally anyway.

http://www.box.net/shared/tta4re37ed3rqais9o0v

i'm not an instructor, just like to help out, but just hearing you it sounds like you aren't supporting well. your expiration rate seems a little high.

can you sing an "ah" for 15 seconds or more on a comfortable note at medium volume? send that over?

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