Archive for September, 2010

Full voice idea

September 28, 2010

It would seem that a full voice can be achieved by:  1. reducing the tension on the soft upper pallet, which gives the vocal tract a slightly longer tract, as the soft upper pallet can then be more concave upwards.  This gives bassy sounds a longer path.  2.   Then, send (push) the sound more to the sinus mask to increase higher frequency resonance as well.   Curious as to whether this idea is correct.  Love to hear your thoughts!

This is not to say that it’s easy to detense and push at the same time, while there’s still vocal tract tension.   Vocalposture’s view is that eventually, detensing will make the full sound the natural, innate sound.

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Head position

September 28, 2010

Is your head pulled back (not tilted up)?   Upper chest forward?    Back upper shoulder blades closed?  Front and upper chest lifted upwards?

Hyperacusis, tinnitus, and singing resonance

September 25, 2010

Hyperacusis or tinnitus can be aggrevated when one is increasing head resonance.

My solution as of 9-25-10 is to uplift the chest more, such that the throat is uplifted (straight, lengthened) and the chest uplifted.   This sends the sound path more properly through the parts of the back mouth, such that the sound doesn’t resonante to the ears.

This won’t won’t work if the throat muscles remain taut–because these tensions diminsh the vocal tracts’ flexibility.

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Torso and lift

September 2, 2010

The entire forward torso should feel uplifted, starting from the hips.   This is what a good posture feels like.

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