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I was taught to relax my vocal cords as much as possible. This way, I was able to reach 1-2 semitones lower toward the more guttoral tones than I was when straining to reach lower. Exercises where you extend the range by singing up-and-down c d e d c and then moving down chromatically to b c# d# c# b etc. could also help you. Repeatedly singing one of the ...


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Why do you want to extend your lower range? If your specs are correct, you already reach lower than basically all Western literature. That's like a painter who wants to be able to hold an even larger brush. You should focus on actually working with what you have rather than putting it on hold for something else. It's certainly good that you are not ...


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good luck with all your singing.....you musnt strain to push out your lowest notes too much..you can damage your voice....I did.....the cure for me was rest and making sure that you dont "push". Treat your voice as a freind, I try not to speak low, I speak gently....when you want the big notes....warm up first, sing mainly in your tessitura, and you'll find ...


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That clip of Robert is not really demonstrating the mixed voice. What he does is "twang in the head" which basically is singing in a disconnected falsetto and making it "sound like" your real voice by using deeper vowels and lots of reverb. To whoever mentioned blowing air as you ascend. You don't achieve mixed voice by blowing more air, in fact it's the ...


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It's because you lose cord closure. Here is a summary of what's going on... In order to sing higher pitches with a sense of freedom whilst maintaining the same degree of cord closure you'll have to learn how to develop the mixed voice so that your larynx can tilt allowing you cords to stay together as you go higher and thin out instead of them pulling apart ...


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According to the Wikipedia article on vocal range, E2-E4 is the general range for a bass, whereas the general range for a baritone is G2 - G4. I've been singing in choirs for over 40 years and have always sung bass. My range is roughly E2 - E4 as well and I'm most comfortable from F2 - A3. That said, there is a fair amount of overlap between bass and ...



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