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Fry sound when I sing clean notes

DaisyDaisy Member Posts: 1
edited December 2017 in Vocal Health and Wellness
Hello guys,

In the last few years I've been singing every day, I always warm up my voice for about 1 hour a day and I perform at live concerts at least once a week. In my life I've never had vocal problems, I always sing effortlessly, but recently I've been dealing with silent acid reflux and now I'm really concearned about a particular light fry sound coming from my vocal chords when I sing clean notes. I wonder if it's just a normal characteristic of my timbre, or it's some mucus caused by reflux that vibrates with the air pressure, or some kind of vocal issue going on.
Is there someone who had a similar experience? Let me know your opinions.

Thank you



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    highmtnhighmtn Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 15,359
    Your voice is pretty clear. Everyone has some extraneous imperfections in our voice, although we wish we didn't.

    Yes, it could very well be mucus, or depending on how you use your voice, it could just be getting that smoky, woodsy sound that adds a little character.
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