jonpall Posted December 13, 2009 Share Posted December 13, 2009 Hi, How many of you guys keep your ribs expanded when you sing a melody? I was wondering because I was reading Jamie Vendera's book, RYV2. It kind of sounds like he considers it essential to have a constant downwards pressure when you sing (in your low ab region), but I get the feeling that he thinks that keeping your ribs expanded at the same time is good but not essential. He says that it makes your head voice more chesty but I can't see that he says that it's actually essential for support. Then the CVT support talks about both being important. What is your opinion on this matter? Is it enough to let your low abs gradually go in or is it very important to make sure that you chest stays big (I guess you'll look like an opera singer when doing that because they seem to have that type of stance to me). Regards, jonpall. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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