Rick Jones Posted July 10, 2010 Share Posted July 10, 2010 Excuse my ignorance, would the term "covering" be refering to that kind of thick "yawn" quality people put on their voice when mimicing low voices? Is it down to larynx position? I have the problem that I kind of sound like that when I hear myself back on recordings, and I don't like it....but when I started trying to learn to sing I was told to sing from where I yawn, and this just made it more prominent. I would like to learn to "twang" ala Layne Staley, even just for the occasional note emphasis in some songs, but I have no handle on that at all, and can only get a kind of cartoon voice when I try.....would this be because my larynx sits low? I also notice that taking a helping of 250hz out of my vocal tracks makes me sound better, same problem? You can hear what I mean on this original song of mine.....this vocal track is frankly terrible, I was days after finishing a course of antibiotics after a chest infection...and I will redo it soon, but you can hear the sound I mean, and I was actively trying not to get that vocal quality. Is there anything I could be working on to remedy this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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