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Two Tips For Getting Into Mix Voice - How To Sing - Tyler Wysong

Jun 04, 2021
Hello everyone, happy thanksgiving to those of you who celebrate it and I just want to say happy holidays as we move into this holiday season for anyone who needs to hear this, I mean look, 2020 has been quite a year, I just wanted to tell you. You that if you don't like how things are now then you can change them you are not a tree you are not stuck where you are now you can change you can you can improve things can get better just remember that All things can improve very quickly before moving on to this vocal advice .
two tips for getting into mix voice   how to sing   tyler wysong
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It could be a great opportunity for you if you are interested in any of these. I have links below in the description. So today I want to talk about a couple of things, one of them is the stability of the vocal track as a good starting point for your technique and then also just balancing the pressure and the flow along with that because this is what you can't : You can't separate your resonator from your vibrator and vice versa, you can't separate the wires from the resonator, they are, non-linear system we're really starting to find that they impact each other, so we have to have ways to address both.
two tips for getting into mix voice   how to sing   tyler wysong
The first thing I want you to do is play with the stability of the vocal track and even you might think. This is just building a tone, this is a way you can play with different timbres, so if I whisper to you and say, hey, how's it going?, I put my hand on my larynx here, hey, how's that? You go? the larynx goes up just a little bit or if I say it's a kind of bright vibrant sound when I do that because when the larynx goes up the pharyngeal walls narrow, okay now if we compare and contrast in our mind if we go to the opposite end of the spectrum and I say and I'm like pushing my larynx down perceptually at least um that to me is not good at all um it feels very oral pharyngeal in my my my tongue is definitely backed up and pushed down into my throat down here I could feel all that pushing up down, so I don't like it.
two tips for getting into mix voice   how to sing   tyler wysong
It's helpful as a negative practice to know that that's not the direction we want to go, especially when we're playing around trying to get more warmth or depth in our that's not the way to do it, so instead of doing what feels very up front of the mouth, if you can center that loud part of the whisper in the center of the mouth, on the dome of the hard palate, on the right. There you know, if I put my hand on my larynx, my larynx is completely neutral, it doesn't push down or up, it just stays where it is, ah, and then you find that spot so you can just inflect up, ah, inflect upwards. in your range like this, okay, now that you're inflecting up in your range, you might be saying ah and you're changing everything okay and again we're just looking for a starting point, I don't.
I'm not saying you have to be rigid with this, we're just looking for kind of a base to start from, then we can nudge it a little bit this way or a little bit this way and that's totally fine, but I think the thing that most people find What people struggle with is just finding this initial point of balance right in the middle, so sometimes I like people to think about these affects, whether they help stabilize this shape that we find at the bottom, so a couple of them that I've been U

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is a bit of a naughty kind of thinking ah ah like that and you realize that my mouth isn't really changing and I allow the sound to escape the confines of my mouth perceptually at least as I was trying to chase it like This, um, another one you could play with is if someone was walking outside on the sidewalk and they fell, you're like, oh my gosh, are they okay and are you worried?
Ah, ah, that's really, really good. A lot of people love the worry effect and then the other one that I really like to use is if you think that if there is, you have a big secret and then the person that you're trying to keep the secret from comes into the room and you're like if you were holding that secret ah ah ah and then you just increase your range while maintaining that expressive effect and doing that is huge because it helps stabilize the form instead of trying to introduce instead of trying to micromanage everything like keep your letters here put your tongue here doing all of these things is too much to think about, but if you can let this effect micromanage all of those things, if you want, that's a much better way to do it now by applying this in context. of a song, well the next thing I want to talk about is pressure and flow, because the worst thing you can do is just start blowing air and push too much air as you go up, you don't need to do that.
So I'm going to show you something that I've shown you in several videos, but it's because it works and it's not always about learning new things, sometimes it's about being most of the time, it's about remembering things that we already know. okay so if I use this puffy cheek and I and I just set this kind of middle place I'm not too loud I'm not too soft I'm just in the middle and I slide up an octave your knees oh here the old one The

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says that Right there I'm starting with the presupposition that I'm trying to maintain that form, whether you're using the feeling of mischief or worry or like you're keeping a big secret, you have to train that. in your

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and you have to train that into your mindset so that when you sing louder you don't stray too far that way.
The goal is not rigidity, but again, it's just a place to start from and I'm trying to find this place in the middle in terms of pressure and flow because if I make it too light, it's not really where I want to end up for this song, but if I'm too full it's like it's too much for you. I know to where I don't feel like I can sing much higher if that's my strategy, no matter what form I maintain, so these things go hand in hand, we have to make sure that the pressure and the flow are balanced, but I also want to maintain a constant poise in the vocal tract, not rigidity but poise, to then find something in the middle, boom, fall to your knees, oh, here, angel voices all night, divine, no night, you get the idea, of course , I have to sing a Christmas song because We're

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close to Christmas time, it's my favorite time of year, but I'm rambling on about those two

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for controlling pressure and flow and learning how to maintain a relatively stable vocal tract shape. that can be of great help. your general vocal technique, but definitely learning to sing with your mixed voice and definitely learning to sing higher no matter what genre of music we're singing, whether it's classic pop rock musical theater.
I really think that everyone could and does benefit from learning how to turn the voice by learning how to make that happen where I'm not on top I'm not

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stuck I'm not pulling I'm not reaching if we want to allow that voice to turn well and get that feeling and then to From there we can open up, we can, we can do other things, you know, so I sing this song, I just want to take someone else's vacation, so when I sing that, I'm not trying to be too covered or too dark or whatever. because it's a rock song, okay, so I'm going to be a little brighter, a little more open, it just fits at least my mental perception of how the song should be, how I want it to be, but it feels. very varied yet it feels very comfortable very sustainable you can sing the whole song when I get to the three choruses it's not a big deal if I approach it that way um that's just to show them that it's not like that you always have to be ah you know what you can open up a little bit, yes, but still be in this mixed position, but yes, these two things are a huge balance of pressure and flow and maintaining laryngeal stability or really just the stability or poise of the vocal tract without concentrate into your larynx directly because that to me is a trap if you're trying to push your larynx down you're trying to keep your larynx down by yawning or doing these things I mean, look, I say, leave the yawning for the sleepy, let's look and let's find an expression, an emotion that we use in everyday life that is exciting and then let's communicate it and incorporate it into your sound when you sing because that's what singing is anyway, right, it's expressing feelings through sound, so I really hope this The advice is useful and I really hope it helps many of you.
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