Which exercises work for belting, control, upper and lower ranges? Breaking the Myth!!

Which exercises work for belting, control, upper and lower ranges? Breaking the Myth!!

This is the most common question we receive. The answer is ALL.   We have carefully selected the exercises which will give you full control over your voice. We are here to help you understand why this technique works and to break the common myths.

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Every single exercise is designed to go through your entire range. Each exercise has a direct purpose, be it training your tongue positions, back of the head positions, and throat constriction avoidance when you gain confidence in your resonating chambers (nose and back of the head). The reason this has worked for so many artists is that they learn and understand the ease it brings without having to think about it. There are no specific exercises that will trace specific registers as for you to grasp the full benefit of the technique you must understand first your support areas and where the expansion happens in the back of your head. Once you understand the dynamic that each exercise gives you. You will see how they take you through all registers without you even thinking about them. The muscular associations will change those habits. 

Consistency is key! Building muscle memory through repetition is what is required in order to master the Voixtek Method. 


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