Low voice

Posted in Category Singing Basics
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    Celine Naja 4 years ago

    Hi Camille!

    I finished the beginning course and I loved it it was very helpful but I still think that my voice is very bad when I sing a low note, (in vocal exercises too) it makes my throat hurt a bit. I did the low voice warm-ups but I still don't find a progression. I really want to improve my low voice and to make it better.

    What should I do?

    thank you

    Celine Naja

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    Hosanna 4 years ago

    The low voice warm up routine is for people that have a low vocal range...

    Also wasn't camille's course amazing I just finished today.


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    Camille van Niekerk 4 years ago

    Good question, Celine! It's certainly possible that if your middle-high register is most comfortable and sounds the best, then you may be more a soprano and will have an easier time in that range!

    My tips for extending your low chest voice range are below:

    - Think UP, with a light + lifted tone to prevent excess tension on the larynx

    - Explore that range with an SOVT: lip trill, hum, or singing through a straw

    - Use narrow vowels like OO and EE (and open gradually if you’re able)

    - Touch those notes in your warmup every day, but don’t worry about staying there long


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