Mixed Voice Vs. Open Throat Singing: Which One Is More Effective?

Mixed Voice Vs. Open Throat Singing:
Which One Is More Effective?

You might have noticed that there is a LOT of different vocal methods out there. You've probably even heard terms like Open Throat Singing pitted against other concepts like Mixed Voice Singing and wondered; Which one is more effective?

Not only am I going to compare the difference between Open Throat Technique and Mixed Voice Singing - I'm actually going to show you how to sing using BOTH of them so you can make up your own mind which one is right for you.

Before we do so, you'll need to watch this Open Throat Singing Technique video I've put together for you to help you understand what Open Throat really means - then we'll look at Mixed Voice a little further down the page.

If you want to skip all of this rudimentary stuff, you can add your details below to receive my Three Part Vocal Plan showing you exactly HOW to sing with Vowel Modification and Mixed Voice.

 

The Secret Key to ALL Great Singing

Now before we start comparing differences in these two approaches, I want to share something truly incredible with you - and yes, it's tied to both Open Throat and Mixed Voice approaches.

Vowel Modification.

Vowel Modification is actually the key component of Open Throat singing, and the raised position of the soft palate opening up into the pharynx to alter the overtone of each vowel is really what "Open" means in "Open Throat" technique - so while most people think that "throat" refers to the middle of your neck; it really refers to space in the pharynx when you sing your vowels correct.

This is tied to Mixed Voice singing because the central two overtones in vowel modification/Open Throat singing (both wider and narrowing in the tract) require you to balance the TA and CT muscles together in coordination - in essence using both chest and head voice together at the same time; you guessed it, Mixed Voice.

So let's watch one more video so I can show you how to connect chest and head voice into one solidified Mixed Register;

If you want to skip all of this rudimentary stuff, you can add your details below to receive my Three Part Vocal Plan showing you exactly HOW to sing with Vowel Modification and Mixed Voice.

It's a 1000% brilliant vocal method.
Kegan's training also helps me as a Vocal Coach.

Ivan

Vocal Teacher

Kegan has helped me put "Singer" into Singer-Songwriter, and taken me all the way through to recording my first album!

Mike Nova

Singer-Songwriter

IS MIXED VOICE THE SAME THING AS OPEN THROAT TECHNIQUE?

 

Not exactly, although they're inextricably connected as part of every great singing voice.

Open Throat really refers to how you sing your vowel in the pharynx - basically, raising the soft palate and altering the size/shape of the vocal tract itself to "ping" with the most effective and powerfully resonant tone.

Mixed Voice refers to a balance between the TA and CT muscles which allows you to connect chest and head voice into one long, fluid, connected note from your lowest to your highest pitch.

When you add these two powerful techniques together you get a SERIOUS amount of power, an INSANE amount of range and an EFFORTLESS approach to singing which works perfectly every time you sing.

And that's where we come to the Vocal Plan that I keep mentioning to you.

I'd like you to watch just ONE more video - and this is no ordinary video; you're about to learn exactly HOW, WHEN and WHY to modify your vowels.

Other coaches out there would charge hundreds, if not thousands for thisĀ  kind of "insider" information and special training - but I'm going to give it to you right now for FREE.

Hit the button below to watch the special Vocal Plan intro video (there's actually an embarrassing "Before and After" of my voice too - you're going to love it!), then add your details underneath to receive my special Vocal Plan so I can show you how to sing with Vowel Modification, Mixed Voice and help you MASTER The Four Vocal Fundamentals.

Add your details below to receive my Three Part Vocal Plan showing you exactly HOW to sing with Vowel Modification and Mixed Voice.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *