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How Your Vocal Chords Work When You Sing

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Anatomy of the Voice for Singers
Lesson 1 – "How Your Vocal Chords Work When You Sing" by Singing Pod
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What you'll learn in this course

Understanding vocal anatomy is crucial when learning how to stretch your singing capabilities; however, it is not always taught in voice lessons. In this course from Singing Pod, UK University vocal coach Chip Jenkins explains how the vocal cords produce sound. Learn about the four onsets of vocal tone, review how posture affects your voice, and discover how to apply principles of vocal anatomy to improve as a singer. As a bonus, find out about five apps for warming up!

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How Your Vocal Chords Work When You Sing
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Ever wondered how the human voice works? Singing anatomy is crucial in learning how to stretch your own capabilities. Explore your voice in this lesson.
  • Lesson Intro
  • Vibration
  • Exercise - Location
  • Interaction with Air
  • Exercise - Speed of Vocal Cords
  • Unique Voices
  • Exercise - Resonating Cavities
  • Men's Voices
  • Exercise - Voice Cracks
  • What's Next
  • Final Assignment
FULL COURSE BY SINGING POD INCLUDES:
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  • 30 minutes of learning-packed video that isn't sleep-inducing
  • 14 exercises and 4 assignments with personalized teacher feedback
  • 11 attachments so you can learn by actually doing
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  • Milica P: Great lesson !
  • Kaylan S: Thanks I really needs that
  • Ula M: I am a singer and I found this pod very interesting.I like the idea of kind of "playing " with my voice to creat different sound as you alluded to . Instead of trying over and over to achieve the same quality of sound.Could you cover extending the upper part of one's range for women, please? I get constricted up where I should still be able to sing.Also, I would appreciate some warm-up exercises, please.Thank you so much.
  • Corey D: So interesting!
  • Jeshua B: Great lesson! It was very informative. ????