Monthly Archives: June 2012
Think about the types of voters that have characterized the singers: soprano — highest female voice Alto — the lowest, mezzo-soprano — medium. Tenor — the highest male voice bass — low and deep bass is of exceptionally low natural range.
Your natural conversational voice corresponds to one of these types. Each has its own upper, middle and lower register. If the average “salt” is in the middle of your range, you may fall or rise — in open and closed larynx nasal passage.
You can lower your voice if you speak,’ as I call it, “out of socks.” This, at first glance, a meaningless expression, I always tell my students in courses voice. I mean is this: you always hit the heels into the floor, straighten your back, your diaphragm automatically flexes, causing the voice come from a source lower than the nasal cavity.
Similarly, if you remember that feeling that occurs when the chest filled with air and the throat is revealed, we will be able to move easily up and down in its range without losing a pleasant resonance. Continue reading