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Old 2006-07-23, 15:47
annap annap is offline
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Unhappy Sometimes good, sometimes bad...

I have a question for all you lovely people... I am a young soprano, still in my teens. Sometimes I really love the way my voice sounds, as its completely natural and not pushed, to operatic or dark. But other days it seems to me, that it sounds very different. And it seems like I can't get it to sound good!

Here are two of the things that ocassionally happen...

1. My voice feels like it is stuck inside of my head. Somehow I just canít bring the sound forward, or just send it out of me. The notes sound a bit dull, and it sounds to operatic and dark. I try to lighten it, but for some reason it doesnít work.

2. My voice feels really harsh. Everything I sing feels and sounds very harsh and hard. I donít think itís a very pleasant sound.

Can anyone help me with suggestions? I would appreciate it!

-AnnaP
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Old 2006-07-23, 18:33
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Sounds like you should sing death metal!
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Old 2006-09-06, 17:48
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Soudns like your voice hasn't matured. Or you should sing death metal
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