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What's the lowest note I'm hitting here?

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Hi. I've got the same question as in the subject of the thread: what's the lowest note I'm hitting here ---> http://www1.zippyshare.com/v/21484766/file.html . Thanks for your responses in advance.

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Yeah. Thanks, Keith. Nevertheless, I'm still going to practice my voice in order to make this A2 ish note sound better and fuller. By the way.. Thanks for all the responses :D Greetingz :)

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Here is a clip of of first hitting a Bb2 (note you start on), as designated on the keyboard, and secondly of me hitting A1,

http://soundcloud.com/adonfanion/bb3-a2/s-rWdrP

Pointers:

These are the things that help me, though I almost never hit low notes now, and they become a bit weak if you don't practice them much.

1. Lower your larynx, but not TOO much that you're uncomfortable.

2. Start higher, and drop lower to try and maintain your resonance.

3. Feel the resonance in two distinct areas, the larynx should vibrate, and your nose should be producting a resonance that, for me, typically produces a frequency~10,000 Hz. (may be different for you)

4. For me, full voice mixes with fry in the lower registers, the more I work on it, the fuller I can make it. Try bringing as much resonance down as much as you can, day after day practice.

Don't try too hard to listen to everybody's terminology and b.s. when they throw it around either, just take the general idea.

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CONTINUED:

Here is a clip of me doing just that, trying to 'add resonance' to these notes. You can hear the lowest note I'm really trying to get that resonant, but like I said, I haven't practiced lows in a while. SO AT THAT POINT IM PRETTY MUCH FRY

http://soundcloud.com/adonfanion/d3-e2/s-foJzt

Go through practices like that if you want them to be fuller.

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