#1
When singing, how do you keep the larynx in a normal talking position in the neck?
I dont really have to go too high before my larynx rises up and makes my voice sound strained. I've heard this can limit your range so do you know any ways to stop it doing this?
#2
A. Relax.

B. singing an 'oo' vowel. (like in the word good) will teach you the proper placement.

C. If it's because your reaching the end of your range. Try starting off by forcing your larynx down with an 'ugh' vowel like in mum. After you can get through the pitch change with 'ugh', slowly ease off the 'ugh' and practice going through it with higher vowels like good.
#3
This belongs in the 'Only singing thread'. read their rules and FAQs first.


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