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So what are some main things to remember that helped you improve?

i've noticed the first pitch will sound ok but then i have to do a tiny breath when changing pitch and it sounds weird till i take a new breath

i'm using an electric piano and i can't seem to match a note to my voice

mouth, jaw, neck, throat.. The technique required in these parts confuse me analogies help me visualise things clearly rather than people saying "loosen your throat"
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#6
When your jaw is tense it's like some guy holding your neck in a chokehold, who in turn puts some other dude (Your throat) in a stranglehold, who then kicks your vocal chords in the balls everytime you try and sing.
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When your jaw is tense it's like some guy holding your neck in a chokehold, who in turn puts some other dude (Your throat) in a stranglehold, who then kicks your vocal chords in the balls everytime you try and sing.


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TS - I don't normally just generally recommend my website for a good general-purpose read (though I often recommend specific pages or paragraphs because before I made the site, I found myself writing the same things over and over again), but check out www.thebelcantotechnique.com . It is full of analogies such as what you are looking for.

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Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

Chris is the king of relating music things to other objects in real life.