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post Jan 28 2008, 11:25 PM
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Hey Luciana, I was wondering if there is anyway I can get a higher pitched singing voice like my favorite singers (Rik Emmet, Robert Plant, etc, etc) Is it possible for me to develop a higher pitch singing voice? smile.gif Thanks


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post Feb 25 2008, 08:06 PM
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Hey!

Yes.. and there's an only way for that...practicing scales.... The average practice range of the singer should be three octaves. If you don't have three octaves of practice range, it means the instrument itself lacks development. Development is establiched thought working on scales.
The scales will teach the vocal cords what to do on every given pitch so that, if you're practicing on a regular basis, the cord will eventually remember what to do on their own when singing songs. wink.gif


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post Feb 26 2008, 03:16 AM
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Ahh thank you Luciana! smile.gif Off to practice singing! biggrin.gif


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