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The fact that you are projecting in your high range but not in your low range makes me suspect you are singing too much with your throat and not enough with your diaphragm. It should be easier to project in the low range because you can more easily relax your whole instrument, but if you let your diaphragm relax also, then you won’t push the air that you ...


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It's difficult to get as much projection and power in the low end of your range because to sing low notes - you must relax your vocal chords - which entails relaxing all the muscles that control the vocal chords. If I'm singing Johnny Cash or Josh Turner I will usually use a microphone and take advantage of the proximity effect. As I get to the lower and ...


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I'll be honest. For glam rock, power metal, and quite a few others, tenors and high baritones rule. Certain types of music prefer baritones because the baritone range tends to be the most singable by the majority of the population. However, if you are an actual bass, you can probably take a few tenor songs down an octave, and it can sound quite awesome. ...



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