• Chest voice resonance - laryngeal stability exercise(voice Be)

Chest voice resonance - laryngeal stability exercise(voice Be)-Exercise content

Next, we will explain the first exercise of chest sound practice. This exercise helps us place our throat in a relatively low position, and then maintain a relatively closed vocal fold to produce a strong and full chest sound.

Firstly, we need to find the position of our throat, which is located at the top of our throat where the bone protrudes. This position is our throat, which moves up and down. When we swallow saliva, our throat moves up, which belongs to a high throat state.

We should avoid the upward movement of our throat when making a sound. What we should do is a yawning motion, lowering our throat. When we lower our throat, this space will open, and the entire resonance space of the chest will also be opened. And after lowering our throat, our vocal cords are easier to close.

When we lower our throats, we sing Ba, and then we bring this word into scale practice.

So from low to high, our entire throat should be maintained in a low throat position, and we should not raise it arbitrarily. Let our throat move upwards, which is the focus of our exercise.

However, this exercise should pay attention to two issues. Firstly, it is not possible to lower the throat, but rather our throat is in a relatively compressed state, that is, we cannot compress the throat, which will make your voice sound very stiff and lose a good chest resonance tone. Another way is to lift the throat upwards, which is a state of high throat. We should avoid both types of throat positions.