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How to Fix an Airy Singing Voice

How to Fix an Airy Singing Voice

Singing Question from Kat Steih:

Hi Vocal Coach Dylan!

I’ve been loving your videos and articles, thank you so much!

Something my past singing teacher has been telling me a lot is that I’m “blowing too much air through the vocal chords.”

I get what she’s saying, but I’m not completely there in being able to control this.

Do you have any thoughts/exercise ideas on how to still get a good air flow, but not be blowing too much air through? thank you!

Airy singing voice fix:

Hi, Kat thank you for getting in touch and asking such a cool question 🙂

How to fix an airy singing voice is probably one of the most common questions I get asked.

In this video, I show you an exercise you can do to get rid of the airy singing voice, also how to recognize and control the focus of the vocals – which is the main reason for an airy tone not to little breath support – and explain what is happening.

I hope that the exercise in the video will help you sort out your airy singing voice. Practice it daily and make it part of your daily warm-up routine to get the most out of it.

Also, apply it to song melodies where you find your voice is airy to help you feel the correct connection.

Remember to keep a good posture, support and open throat while you are doing the exercise in the video 🙂

Did you try the technique I mentioned in the video and if you did how did you find it?

I’d love to hear how you’re getting on with the exercise. Also, have you fixed the same problem with a different technique? Let me know in the comments below.

See what other singing questions I’ve answered here.

 

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