Unbalanced Air Pressure

Often people ask me what is the most common singer problem that I encounter as a voice teacher. Invariably, I answer “unbalanced subglottal air pressure.” From grad school-trained opera singers to karaoke enthusiasts, 99% of the students who walk into my studio try to sing with too much pressure in their chests. In my experience, almost every singing problem is related to the urge to increase the pressure in the chest while singing. It tenses up your throat and makes singing a constant struggle. The feeling of one’s subglottal air pressure is the feeling of emptiness or fullness in the upper chest right under the throat. Right now, while you are reading this with your casual neutral breath,

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