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When you sing with power, full resonance and sound filling your mouth,

1. Do you have both nostril valves open?

2. Are you able to sing with one nostril valve open?

3. Which nostril valve tends to be open?

And what percentage are these are open or closed?

Where can one get information on what the nasal valves are suppose to be doing while singing?

Thanks for the information!

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When you sing with power, full resonance and sound filling your mouth,

1. Do you have both nostril valves open?

2. Are you able to sing with one nostril valve open?

3. Which nostril valve tends to be open?

Chen: What do you mean by 'nostril valve'? Could you mean the opening of the nostrils at the bottom of the nose, immediately above the lips?

If so, then I think the correct answer is that vocal power and full resonance are independent of the open/closed condition of the nostril valves.

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