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Feb
23
revised Why is it considered wrong [for a singer] if shoulders rise when breathing?
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Feb
23
accepted Why is it considered wrong [for a singer] if shoulders rise when breathing?
Feb
21
asked Why is it considered wrong [for a singer] if shoulders rise when breathing?
Nov
3
accepted In what ways can smoking damage your vocal cords and have irrevocable effects on it?
Nov
2
asked In what ways can smoking damage your vocal cords and have irrevocable effects on it?
May
30
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
9
awarded  Enthusiast
Feb
6
accepted Why is my voice lower pitched when I get up in the morning?
Feb
4
comment Why is my voice lower pitched when I get up in the morning?
Well, actually the default pitch in which I sing in the morning is lower than the pitch I usually sing. Yes, sure I reach higher pitches later in the day. Thanks for the edit Slim.
Feb
4
awarded  Self-Learner
Feb
4
revised Why is my voice lower pitched when I get up in the morning?
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Feb
4
revised Why is my voice lower pitched when I get up in the morning?
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Feb
4
answered Why is my voice lower pitched when I get up in the morning?
Feb
2
comment Why is my voice lower pitched when I get up in the morning?
Not because of any tension, because I can sing well. It is something like not being warmed up. But I don't know what is that my voice is in lower frequencies in that time!
Feb
2
asked Why is my voice lower pitched when I get up in the morning?
Jan
11
comment What should I consider when I see a loosen hair in a violin bow?
Simply remove it!
Dec
19
awarded  Yearling
Dec
18
accepted What parameters decide one's vocal range?
Dec
18
comment What parameters decide one's vocal range?
Well, your answer contains a lot of important points!
Dec
18
comment What parameters decide one's vocal range?
Well, thanks Wheat. This was very important remark that all races have the same distribution of sopranos, altos, tenors and basses in their populations. I'm actually posting my question to be sure about this.