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Deep River ((first voice song of the year)

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Hey yall, so my voice teacher worked with me on this..songs..and he was telling me somethings to make my..vocals better. So I've finally finshed the song but..not really done because I need to get diction right, and get some teq things..right in the song, to have it more to that classical sound. Here is where I am now http://youtu.be/X32HpI173q4 Tell me what yall thing..and some things that can help me..get these teq things right, i already know on E above middle C diction is muffled and its squeezed out, in the lesson he've gotten me to..getout on this video is is kinda strained and pushed out, muffled.

http://youtu.be/X32HpI173q4.

This other video is just me doing..a solo to a song called Die easy in a lower key >> http://youtu.be/pwIUka6TrkY

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The mouth has a wider openeing, and you can get more air in less time. The benefit to breathing through your nose, however, is that the nose is designed to moisten the air you breath. So, most of the time, when you can anway, nose breathing is preferred over mouth breathing. I mix the two depending on what I am singing and how fast I need to refill.

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perhaps to get a deep breath at first you may find it useful breathe through your nose. But the air takes longer to get into our lungs. Most of the time singers don't have the luxury of taking a long breath in through the nose before a phrase. Often in a song you'll need a quick breath. This is hard to do through the nose. Therefore I would say it's better practice to learn to breath in through your mouth. Most songs you sing you won't be able to take every breath through your nose. It's fine when learning breathing techniques to do this just bare in mind you won't be able to do it when singing an actual song!

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