Mr Bounce Posted September 19, 2010 Share Posted September 19, 2010 Hey guys. I have been reading a lot here, and posting now and then, but I have been "teaching myself to sing" for about 3 years now. Before I started, I sounded like the worst thing you can imagine. Now, I am on the journey, and with the help of a lot of good advice from the wise posters on this forum, I have been progressing. I have just recently being focusing on "support" and properly providing that breath pressure. I have noticed that my voice is a lot stronger and sounds better when I consciously push with my core muscles, however there is a tendency to "yell," or overdrive/pull chest/whatever people will call it. I like "pop" music, so you can see why this is a problem. How does a singer/vocalist maintain that steady push from the body, so that there is no unpleasant feeling of tension in the throat, yet still "blend" smoothly between the chest and head registers? Here's a recording of myself singing and playing a bit of You Raise Me Up, be kind http://www.soundclick.com/tomgee Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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