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Singing Lessons & Tips - Checking for Vocal Strain - Rock the Stage NYC

Free Singing Lesson - Checking your head voice to make sure you're doing it right and "light" is easy with the "L" finger position - an easy method to check for larynx tension, vocal strain and breath support. This technique is for beginners to make sure they're not taking a lot of "weight" with them as they connect to their head register. This "position" can be used with sirens, slides, basic scales etc. - any exercise where you are training to bridge your chest & head registers. More advanced students should already be beyond this point and learning to "lean" into their head voice and make it sound "chesty" - or as its commonly called a "mixed voice". Tags: head voice, free singing lessons, voice instruction, vocal exercises, resonance falsetto, vocal cords, strain, breath support Kevin Richards teaches at Rock the Stage NYC - Manhattan. For more information about studying at Rock the Stage in person or via Skype internet lessons: please visit www.rockthestagenyc.com
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