#1
When I speak I pronounce everything just fine, but I noticed that when I sing, I become mush-mouthed and it results in a very forced, guttural sound that just doesn't sound natural or pleasant at all. I think this is because when I speak normally, I speak a little bit through my nose. Also, because of this, when I try to enunciate better when I sing, it just makes it sound tight and nasally. What can I do?
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#2
Do you sing in head or chest voice? Using chest voice should fix this, as you'll be forced to sing loudly and clearly.
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#3
Well, I can do both, as most people should be able to, but I'm talking about my chest voice.
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#4
Make more pops, shhh, and overexagerate all of your consonants and vowel sounds as you sing.
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