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Questions related to the use of the human voice as an instrument (singing).

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John Fogerty’s vocal technique on “Have you ever seen the rain”

Not sure what you mean, because most of the song's style is not different from many other CCR songs. If you mean the parts with coarse-grained roughness in general, that is intermodulation distortion …
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Where to go with mixed voice training?

I've learned to transition from chest voice to head voice without a break. However, the quality of my higher registers is not satisfying yet. … Even though the larynx is in its neutral position of the chest voice, in the mixed/head voice it sounds and also feels like a lowered larynx in chest voice would. …
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How to get rid of a sharp resonance in the first formant region during singing?

On recordings I've noticed, when I belt, my voice tends to have a sharp resonance in the region of the first formant, typically when the 2nd harmonic hits the 1st formant, causing it to become unpleasantly …
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How to get rid of a sharp resonance in the first formant region during singing?

After some research I'm now able to answer my own question. I've spotted three factors that affect the intensity of the resonance associated by the 1st formant (F1). 1. Formant tuning When F1 lies in …
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What is the importance of vocal vibrato?

"How does it help the singer? How does it help the listener?" First of all the ability to go into (natural) vibrato at any given point shows the singer that he has a very good vocal technique. Second, …
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What is the use of pharyngeal resonator or pharyngeal resonance in achieving mix voice?

I have to correct your obvious assumption that chest voice is associated with mouth cavity resonance, while head voice is associated with nasal cavity resonance. … Without pharyngial resonance, your voice would sound totally muffled. …
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How to rough sing at quieter levels

The goal is to find that magical spot where the voice flips. It's important to to this a lot in order to build the proper muscles. … In this case, I recommend working on building your mixed voice, so you can give it a more intense, thicker sound without straining. …
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What would be the difference between using the laryngeal tilt and vowel modification for hig...

A laryngeal tilt is a specific configuration at the larynx, which is important for hitting high notes without strain, while maintaining a rather full sounding voice and smooth control over the intensity … The closer the frequency of a harmonic in your voice lies to a formant, the louder the harmonic will be. …
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How to sing properly with a low larynx?

Changing the larynx position during singing is beneficial in order to archieve certain timbres. A hightened larynx is often caused by excess tension, so from this perspective alone, it can be benefici …
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Is it harmful for the voice to raise the larynx on occasion by tensing the larynx elevator m...

Is it bad in the long term to do this occasionally in order to achieve a certain timbre? It doesn't seem to cause strain on the vocal folds when I do this, as phonation remains resonant and effortless …
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How to do pitched screams across the passagio?

Connecting chest and head voice (mixed voice) in clean singing and false chord modulation ("grit/rasp") works rather well for me. …
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How to distribute (vocal) training time for most effective learning?

(If you’re not a singer, but have experience with learning other skills or some knowlegde about learning in general, your answer might also be helpful.) Let’s say you have 7 hours of practice time pe …
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