Resonance 101 Part 3

Resonance 101 | Part 3

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Kegan DeBoheme is Bohemian Vocal Studio’s resident vocal coach and voice expert. He teaches professional singing and voice technique to students all around the world and enjoys providing tutorials like this one on how to improve your voice.

2 thoughts on “Resonance 101 Part 3

  1. Kegan, on your last hum you sound like head light at the top – and the resonance quality isn’t the same (it’s not BAD, but just not the same). It’s middle B / B#. What kind of “consistency” focusing do you mean more specifically? Do you mean to not allow breaking between registers?

    When I do this, I can do only little lighter and little heavier but not in between – your tone seems to be in the middle (that I want to develope) – how to do this?

    My goal is to be able to sing light bluesy connected mixed voice

    1. Hey Tim!

      Absolutely – chest/middle/head are all connected as one, so the purpose here isn’t to sing in any one particular register, or thicken any particular range, it’s simply to build the feeling of resonance and a familiarity with looser register connection rather than a ‘jump’ or ‘break’ per se.

      By focusing, I simply mean not creating so many frequencies – just a small, focused ‘ball’ of frequencies so that you get a sense of consistency in the connectedness of your resonance, not so much the ‘tone’ itself (hence why I didn’t do this in a fuller/heavier sound – that’s not the point).

      Creating a fuller or heavier sound requires you to tune your vowels properly, as well as building placement, and discovering your middle (mix) voice by way of your tonality. I’m about to update these courses and add a few more to make this process more streamlined rather than just general like it is now.

      All the best!


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