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Hi everyone! So from all vocal programs i have tried I have heard that the diagastric muscles should never be engaged

 

I have been able to hit high notes with phrases like "mum" or "buy tomato" things like that and my diagastric muscles arent engaged, i.e.the under-chin area is soft

but my diagastric muscles always tighten a bit during the /i/ vowel as in "see" and also it kinda moves a little during consonants like /j/ as in 'yes"

 

Is that safe ? and is singing overall safe if i the diagastric muscles aren't engaged? Thanks so much!

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I would not worry to much, the tongue positions Itself diffrently on those vowels so it's probably just that. More importantly how does it feel and how does it sound when you sing these vowels? IF it both sound and feels good you are just overthinking stuff :)

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