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I have noticed that different singers have different speeds in their screams/ singing with rasp or grit. The speed tends to change as the pitch goes high but I still notice differences in different singers. What might cause the different speeds to happen? I have noticed that someone like David Grohl if he was tired from singing a long show or allot of difficult songs his grit was allot slower than if he was freshly warmed up. Am I making sense to anyone here? ha ha Im having difficulty explaining my question. Basically, what causes these different speeds? I find it rely annoying in my voice when my grit is at a speed not pleasant to my ears

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the same way you would swell the tone for more volume......you increase the breath pressure with a corresponding increase in fold adduction. but there needs to be a balance...too much breath pressure (uncontrolled breath pressure) you blow the folds apart, you literally bombard them, and dry them up from the air blowing by or escaping too rapidly. too little breath pressure you don't swell to a greater level of resonance and volume.

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the same way you would swell the tone for more volume......you increase the breath pressure with a corresponding increase in fold adduction. but there needs to be a balance...too much breath pressure (uncontrolled breath pressure) you blow the folds apart, you literally bombard them, and dry them up from the air blowing by or escaping too rapidly. too little breath pressure you don't swell to a greater level of resonance and volume.

no the issue with different rasps is cord closure and relaxed tension. check out my 14 days to rock vocal tutorial

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no its just another analogy but it works for my student the emotion is tense but the airflow and closure need to be relaxed. you can purchase my tutorial i explain all kinds of rasp.. come on, support a pal,help a brother put his kid through college you might learn something you never know. and if you purchase it ill purchase something you put out so we all help each other.. what do ya say?

ps your face is gibberish…..:lol:

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@Daniel

My face is gibberish? Go figure..... :)

From your description (and from what I've heard from you) I guess you don't employ false folds?

-Can you teach Kargyraa?

-Can you teach growl? Lois Armstrong?

-Can you teach the death-metal growl or grunt?

Well, Daniel I don't need your product. You likely don't have nothing new under the sun.

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