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Voice projection and resonance?

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Can anyone explain me what these two mean (actually links with the information would be just fine)? Also I need exercises and tips how to improve them. I am really a beginner so any other advice would be pretty much useful as well. Thanks a lot!!

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Resonance is the way the vocal tract act as a filter on the fundamental sound produced by the larynx, the internal shape is ajusted, mainly by the tongue, reinforcing and dampenning frequencies.

Projection can be better resumed as the perceived loudness. Its a result both of how much sound pressure is being produced in total, and the way the vocal tract is resonating. Reinforcing frequencies around the 3Khz area, greatly increase the perceived volume.

Unfortunately, learning this alone is a bit too much and I think the best course of action is seeking instruction. However, if you are looking for more information, search function up there will provide tons of results. Steven Fraser recently wrote an awesome post on the subject :).

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Resonance is the way the vocal tract act as a filter on the fundamental sound produced by the larynx, the internal shape is ajusted, mainly by the tongue, reinforcing and dampenning frequencies.

Projection can be better resumed as the perceived loudness. Its a result both of how much sound pressure is being produced in total, and the way the vocal tract is resonating. Reinforcing frequencies around the 3Khz area, greatly increase the perceived volume.

Unfortunately, learning this alone is a bit too much and I think the best course of action is seeking instruction. However, if you are looking for more information, search function up there will provide tons of results. Steven Fraser recently wrote an awesome post on the subject :).

An this, also, is an awesome post. Well done, Felipe.

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