by Delfin T. Garcia
I am Del Garcia a filipino. Good singers fascinate me but because videoke singing is readily available, I was able to try singing (although videoke singing is amateurish well I'm an amateur).
At first I can sing standard songs but when i shifted to songs with higher range, that's where I got the dilemma. But with constant practice gradually my voice range improved. I soon discovered that singing should not came from a tight throat, when singing both from lower to high notes I discovered that throat should be wide open always.
I take gradual practice when you reach for a high note don't tighten throat even going down to lower notes, in that case,your throat will always be ready to render again for a higher notes. Although, maybe I have to discover more techniques to sing higher that I can sing at present, because so high notes I can't still reach ( I am not a professional singer). But I was able to impress people with my range already. Breathing techniques I got not much knowledge about it.
Just a basic thing to recap, open throat always help a lot to reach high notes.Is just like maintaining something in your throat without swallowing.
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|Roger Burnley - Vocal Coach
Roger Burnley is a vocal coach located in Hollywood, California. He has been teaching the voice for over 30 years and singing for even longer than that.
His clients including Grammy Winners, Broadway Performers, Movie Stars, Rock stars, Finalists on The Voice and American Idol, and many thousands of singers ranging from beginner to professional level.
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