Snax Posted May 31, 2010 Share Posted May 31, 2010 Hey gang, I read a really good post from Robert Lunte and wondered if someone can post an example of themselves doing this so I can hopefully imitate it and try to better isolate my twang. Here's the partial post I'm talking about... "Now then, how do you get more isolation? Why is it that your still pulling in constriction? This is becuase you are likely not placed properly in the head voice. Your bringing constriction into your head placements and therefore, into your twang. Remove the pollution! Commit 100%, not just 70% to the head voice. Submit absolutely to singing windy and fluty and falsettoey for just a few scales to insure that you are fully, 100% in the head voice and never begin your twang calibrations until you have achieved a pure heady placement and total isolation from any constriction, because if you do, you could hurt yourself! Playing with twang is serious business, you have to be careful. It will make your sound amazing once you get it, but it can snap back at you if you dont respect the need to fully get placed into your head voice before calibrating contractions." I guess what I'm asking for is for someone to record themselves singing in the "soft,fluty head voice" and then introduce twang so I can hear the change. Thanks so much! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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