SINGERS: Don't stop your GOOD from being GREAT by:

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1. Closing off or tightening the back of the throat.

2. A tone that is flaky or shaky - especially when nervous

Closing off or tightening the back of the throat often happens because of lack of confidence to sing, i.e fearing the note won't "sound right" but in effect this is the result of that very thing. When we tighten the back area of the throat we restrict the necessary AIR that is essential in carrying the sound or vibration. The more, AIR we allow to be release by relaxing the back of the throat the better the tonal quality and also the bigger the sound.

Popular singing styles incorporate tightening to create effect but one needs to be very careful how often it is done because tightening restricts the AIR flow and it also creates a lot of pressure that can cause swelling to the back of the throat especially when belting higher notes. This is how stress capillaries, lesions and polyps are caused.

A tone that is flaky or shaky: Human Sound starts with a vibration created in the Larynx carried out of the mouth (or nose) on AIR. If your voice isn't a nice or steady tone it's because the AIR isn't steady or stabilised. Once you learn how big muscles in the torso work very effectively to stabilise the AIR, the sound or tone becomes stabilised and therefore achieve a more controlled sound and a much better tone.

The teaching of LARYNGEAL BIO-MECHANICS incorporates all the muscles in the human body that support the larynx, including torso muscles that help produce a balanced voice that:

· Takes away the pressure from the Larynx/vocal muscle

· No over working of the vocal muscle, therefore no risk of damage

· Easier to sing

· Achieves a greater range

· Better tonal quality

· Commented as the "best kept secret"

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