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not for your higher notes......for high notes you want to send the breath tension back and up behind the soft palate where it can travel freely to it's appropriate resonating cavity.

The nasopharynx is behind the soft palate, it resonates the sound in the nasal cavity(I've been doing my research). Other than that, I have no idea how the nasopharynx comes into play with singing, I think it's useful for falsetto too.....not sure where the sound should go for chest voice. All this singing terminology/technique is fairly new to me and I don't have time for lessons but I have to sing! So all I can do is experiment and research/use this forum.

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