Vocal Tips For K-pop Fans #8: How to Support

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189 thoughts on “Vocal Tips For K-pop Fans #8: How to Support

  1. Hey, I have a question. I have, in theory, learned to support. I hear a difference when I sing without support, so I assumed I had developed it. But I am a bit confused, because whenever I sing I feel my Adam’s apple moving up and down. I thought it was natural, since forcing it to stay in the same position sounded quite unnatural and hurt a bit, but after watching some clips of some good singers singing, I noticed that did not happen. Am I using my larynx to push out my voice?


    1. The larynx may move a bit when it engages into functioning position versus not speaking nor singing position. But it shouldn’t move drastically up nor down unless it’s really the extremities of your voice. I’d have to hear you to be sure.


      1. Ok, I think this answers it quite well. I thought that the larynx should stay exactly like if you weren’t singing, so I was worried that I couldn’t be able to even support a third. Thanks!

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  2. Hi ahmin, do you know why when sutain an Ee or oo vowels in the higher notes. There is a sound like cracking at the end of the note. Its coming Right after trying to end the sustaining notes. Do you know whats the problem and how to fix that?


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