Is it really possible to sing songs without breaking?
A gifted singer will say, “yes, of course it’s possible.”
The rest of us say, “it’s not possible for me”.
I had a break all my life. I strained at the E and broke on the F above middle C.
The majority of us singers do have breaks. Most of us guys break somewhere between middle C and F# or G.
Ladies often break as low as F above middle C on up to the high C#.
So, is it really possible to sing songs without breaking?
The answer to this question FOR EVERY SINGER, GIFTED OR NOT is a BIG, FAT YES!
YES! YES! YES!
How is it possible? Aren’t we just born with specific limitations? Isn’t it impossible for the vocal cords to stretch beyond a certain point before they break like a guitar string?
Is It Really Possible to Sing Songs Without Breaking? YES!
The break in the voice can be eliminated in virtually every singer’s voice! It’s absolutely possible to sing without any break. Period.
Breaks are not caused by our vocal cords being too tight.
Breaking is caused by our outer neck muscles squeezing and pulling the larynx higher, like when we swallow.
It’s caused by the chest resonance not being able to shift into the head cavity. It’s caused by some vocal cord muscles tensing too much and others not tensing at all.
This imbalance causes a sudden “let go” of the vocal cords which causes the break.
Every singer can eliminate the break by learning special exercises to balance the voice. It is that simple and profound.
These exercises help you eliminate outer neck muscle tension, coordinate proper vocal cord adjustments and promote the ideal shifting of resonance.
Is it really possible to sing songs without breaking? Yes. 1000’s of singers have replaced the break with a smooth, connected tone.
For these singers, it’s been life changing. Where once they broke, now they don’t. Where their voices ended, head voice now begins. Notes that were high aren’t anymore. Songs that were impossible, they sing. [Demo]
The same and more is possible for you.
You can sing higher, with beauty, confidence and power.
I’m Chuck Gilmore with Power To Sing.