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JusticeGemJusticeGem Posts: 76Pro



Am I over compressing my voice during the 1st song? If so, are there any cons long term?





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  • highmtnhighmtn Posts: 13,560Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro
    It's hard to tell what you're doing, because the recording is a little bit random. I'm not hearing you do anything harmful. Just don't do it too loudly.
  • JusticeGemJusticeGem Posts: 76Pro
    i see.

    You mentioned to me a year ago that singing too loud can cause cords to swell. However if I want a tone like that, how do I achieve that without singing too loud?
  • Gaston_JaureguiGaston_Jauregui Posts: 383Moderator, Enrolled, 2.0 PRO
    @JusticeGem I would say that in second 11 when you say "why" or "wide" or something like that, you need more support and be more open, you are kind of bridging to headvoice, in my opinion is too soon but if you like that sound just train the Ah triad doing the same bridging everyday. also I think you can make it more "belty" , could work too
  • JusticeGemJusticeGem Posts: 76Pro


    02:17 that’s the sound I’m aiming for.

    I genuinely appreciate your co operation Gaston
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