Khassera Posted January 18, 2015 Share Posted January 18, 2015 I love the author's description of "finding" the open throat technique with the zygomatic muscles. Actually concentrating on those muscles alone removes much of the tension I correlate with trying to find the correct configuration. Also, to add, I think about putting the "feel" of the "H" consonant into my scales. So instead of doing a hard glottal on "ee" I'd do an onset of "hee" but with the H being very, very soft and inaudible to not push too much air out. This helps me focus on keeping the airflow steady. Maybe this helps someone struggling with the same stuff I was struggling with a while back. http://www.singwise.com/cgi-bin/main.pl?section=articles&doc=VocalTractShaping Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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