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Beginners Understand to Sing Much better: Cost-free Voice Lessons : How to Eliminate the Nasal Sound When Singing

Find out how to get rid of a nasal sound from your singing with vocal workouts with expert music suggestions in this free vocal coaching video clip from a professional…

16 thoughts on “Beginners Understand to Sing Much better: Cost-free Voice Lessons : How to Eliminate the Nasal Sound When Singing”

  1. Oh hey! Well this is an interesting take on it all, but have you reviewed –
    the SonaVoyce Complete Singing System program (search for it on GOOGLE)? I
    have heard some fascinating things about it and my GF got breakthrough
    progress in pefecting a performance style with it. I will start it myself
    this weekend.

  2. well, actually the abdominal muscles are used to support the adduction of
    the folds and sustain of the sounds we produce – but don’t enhance or cause
    resonance either. And the diaphragm is an involuntary sheath of muscle
    which we do not control.

  3. woah! that’s awesome, but for some reason i like the nasal sound some
    artists has when they’re singing..

  4. @elgdom3 No vowel requires any nasal quality… only m and n are nasal
    consonants. The dropping the jaw and loosening the throat. The soft palate
    must be raised in order to eliminate nasal sound. Some accents use a nasal
    sound on “e”. Try the open sound of get. That should help.

  5. so what about the sound “e” how do you make that more “whole” i see that
    first the lesson starts with having an “e” sound then gradually changing it
    to “ah” i doubt there is any way to eliminate the nasally sound when
    singing “e”

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