Vocal preservation

March 1, 2013 10:30 am Published by

When speaking or singing, always feel like you could have done it longer, louder, or used a larger vocal range. Your larynx should never feel tired at the end of a performance, even if the rest of your body does. Avoid speaking in places with loud background noise. If you must, limit what you say and get as close to the person as possible. Also in these loud environments wear ear plugs to protect your hearing.

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