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James P.
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I've noticed that for me the only thing that seems to decide whether I hit the note or not is how quickly I go from making no sound to making the sound I want, like going from 0 to 60 in .3 seconds, along with how relaxed I am. Acceleration is the word of the day for me, air acceleration I guess. I'm trying to figure out how to explain this, I don't feel like making a video right now. I used 2 resources to guide me toward this technique, along with vocalizing in different ways to find out what works for me:

This one:

and Jesse Nemitz's video on breathing which is one of those Singing Success Online videos.

The funny thing is that now when I click on singing forums and I read about people asking for tips on "mix voice," "downwards support," "maintaining compression," "mums etc.," "smiling while you sing," and so on and so on I can't help but think NO, drop it all, it's all useless and damaging! Just relax your face while you sing like you just smoked a couple joints. Then again, it's not like I can sing yet. But I'm hitting all the same notes that I could before using those "techniques" except I've dropped absolutely everything, and it's just such a huge weight lifted off my chest.

I just wanted to share, thanks for reading and good singing!

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You 'pull' up way too much on those high notes, but other than that, it's pretty good! It would sound much richer in harmonic content with a better mic.... But I also think that all the 'mixed' voice and whatnots discussion is useless for many people and that it can ultimately slow you down a lot.

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