#1
Just wanted to see if I've finally got this down. I don't have trouble with raising the soft pallate, but lowering the larynx has always given me trouble; how far should it be lowered when singing? I think I've figured it out, but I'm not sure. Any diagrams or pics would help.


Btw: I've read that different singing styles entitle different larynx heights... is this the case? I personally like a mix of classical and rock style singing.
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#2
Don't try to drop the bottom of the throat. Lift the top only.

If you can yawn and smile at the same time... like that.

CT
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

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#3
Oh... The larynx doesn't need to move down w/ Bel Canto?

Then atleast I got this part of the technique down.
I'm so happy. I get to eat a muffin.
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You are so happy to eat a muffin it's kinda scary.
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Goes around tryina light dudes on fire.
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Too much Sublime.

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Last edited by Robbin'TheHood at Jan 28, 2012,