Mix Voice Part 2: Finding a Balanced Tone

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Anybody been making your family or neighbours a little crazy with last week’s pharyngeal workout?! They’re pretty obnoxious sounds, yes… but they’re the critical ingredient for the MIX VOICE… which connects our high range and low range, gets rid of the vocal break, and unleashes maximum power throughout your range!

(Missed the earlier workouts? Catch up on the Low Range Chest Voice Workout, High Range Head Voice Workout, and Mix Voice Part 1: Pharyngeal Workout here)!

This week we’re continuing with Mix Voice Part Two… We’re going to apply what we’ve been learning through all these crazy exercises and apply them to actual songs… and find that balanced tone mixing all three resonators perfectly!

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