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  • Yes. Jaw and tongue tension, as well as laryngeal positioning contribute to tension in the digastric muscle. Massaging under the chin helps us to feel where the tension is, and like any massage, can help to relieve tension by simply becoming aware of it, and relaxing that tension a bit.

    The digastric muscle is part of the suspension system that holds and moves the position of the larynx within the throat. It is kind of held in a harness by the hyoid bone, and general relaxation in that entire area is desirable when singing.

    Because some students struggle with tongue tension, it can be a big step to learn to make friends and sign a truce in the battle of the tongue. The tongue can be a bit contrary, but it can also learn to relax more, and stop interfering with your voice by overtensioning.

    I do think that you can find ways to loosen up your tongue and to be more at ease with it while doing your exercises. It is our friend when we need to articulate. It is a bit of a party poope
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  • compression is literally at the base of the neck, It took me a LOT of time to understand this. The way I understood it was by doing the compression (holding the breath) the whole program like that (volume 3), with a very low volume, by the end of the routine I had certain feel of control at the base of the neck, and i could play a little with the volume (btw throat opened, support etc, at all times)

    this (compression) is something your body WILL forget as many other things, so it´s definitely something you cant say: "oh i got it! now ill do it without the hour training"
    with this im saying you have to train it a lot, this is why we have to study the program so things really get stuck the right way,

    I think this will answer most of the questions :) because now you know why the distortion and volume can be done differently, I think the problem with getting this part of the course, is because we don´t focus on the texture Ken is approaching every note, we just want to get the high notes
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  • aam
    hola highmtn te hago una consulta, yo compre el año pasado el course y pro packs p y me vino con los volumen 1 2 3 y los pro pack pero ahora veo que hay volumen 4 y 5 tambien.que tengo que hacer? lo puedo descargar o son nuevos ? gracias!
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    • highmtn
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      Hola aam
      El curso de Ken ha sido rehecho. Hay todos los videos nuevos en alta calidad, y el programa se ha ampliado.

      Él ha permitido que los compradores anteriores se actualicen por una tasa baja. Si tuviste los Volúmenes 1, 2 y 3, creo que pagas $ 75 y puedes descargar todo el Curso MÁS PRO PACKS.
      Si tenía el paquete PRO, paga $ 49 y obtiene el nuevo programa KTVA 2.0 PRO.

      Esa oferta puede terminar en algún momento, así que tenlo en cuenta si estás pensando en actualizar. Si está interesado en la actualización, puede enviar un correo electrónico a [email protected] y solicitar una actualización. Se le puede pedir que muestre su recibo.
    • aam
      aam
      muchas gracias highmtn, ya actualice al 2.0!! tiene muchas cosas nuevas interesantes.
      te hago una consulta, no se si esta bien hacerla en este lugar del foro.

      si tengo el tiempo necesario para hacer lo que seria ideal cual seria el entrenamiento perfecto diario?
      y para los dias donde uno tiene un show seria el mismo??
    • highmtn
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      aam
      Obtendrá buenos resultados con una hora por día, 5 o 6 días por semana. Puede hacer más si tiene tiempo y si su voz no se cansa. Tu voz crecerá con el tiempo. En los días que realices, debes hacer un entrenamiento completo si puedes. De lo contrario, calienta durante al menos 20 minutos poco antes de tu actuación. Solo asegúrate de no gastar tu voz en el calentamiento. Mantenlo suave.
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