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D.Starr
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Seen a lot of threads of about breath support and passive and active support.

Found these recent videos, don't think it has been posted.

Thought it would help out.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoZsb-8ihmI&feature=share&list=UUXncrpgDAX620BkKFc5ZJ5g

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApA7r5ea-cs&feature=share&list=UUXncrpgDAX620BkKFc5ZJ5g

EVERYONE seems to be leaning towards this ONE VOICE perspective now. It all makes sense though.

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LOL at SS and mastering mix... I actually laughed at that :lol:. Anyway, this guy is familiar with the appoggio technique and natural breathing. What I picked up from this is that it's very important to train the voice at different volumes, this will help us find dynamic support and in turn allow our voices to be more dynamic! Thanks for sharing D.Star.

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LOL at SS and mastering mix... I actually laughed at that :lol:. Anyway, this guy is familiar with the appoggio technique and natural breathing. What I picked up from this is that it's very important to train the voice at different volumes, this will help us find dynamic support and in turn allow our voices to be more dynamic! Thanks for sharing D.Star.

Kevin has some really good advice. I have seen him commenting on many of the Franco Tenelli videos and is definitely pushing more and more towards appoggio technique.

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