KEYS TO CONTROLLING THE LARYNX-online music lessons
Keys to Controlling Your Larynx
The larynx is the shell of cartilage that houses the vocal cords, also called the Adams Apple. It opens and closes the windpipe, controls vocal pitch, and affects the volume of the voice. There are many muscles within the larynx that control the vocal cords. The most important thing to know about your larynx is that it tends to rise and fall with pitch, which can cause poor vocal control and strain. Singers who have worked with Voice Breakthrough understand that the larynx can “float” freely within the throat, without rising and falling with pitch. Once the singer or speaker relaxes and “floats” the larynx, the vocal cords can really open up to a wide range.
These videos are only a small taste of what you’ll learn in Voice Breakthrough. By watching just these video samples and using the techniques outlined, you’ll see a significant improvement in your singing and speaking on a basic level. If you want to take your voice to the next level, you need the full program. It’s chock-full of cutting edge techniques like the ones in these videos. Click here if you want to enjoy the strengthening benefits of the entire program.