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Unread 02-12-2006, 11:36 AM   #31
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Right. If you push out more air, you're sustaining the note with more power. If you back off a bit, you're barely sustaining the note and your voice can tend to waver a bit.

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Unread 02-12-2006, 02:32 PM   #32
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There might be a flaw in your logic. Just because people with weak vocal chords have an easier time getting vibrato, doesn't mean that all people with natural vibrato have weak vocal chords. I had a natural vibrato when I was a teenager singing choral music (or at least I developed it pretty quickly and never really had to think about how to get it). I am 42 now and sing both choral and contemporary. I have learned how to increase my airflow to lose the vibrato for contemporary music.
^i agree with him. now i sing choral and most anything else, and i can lose the vibrato if i want.

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