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Dispelling Common Myths

“Lowering My Larynx”

by Allen Rascoe in Dispelling Common Myths on October 11, 2017

A common myth in vocal training concerns the positioning of the larynx. Again, there is a kernel of truth to the need for the larynx ...

“Diction Is the Key”

by Allen Rascoe in Dispelling Common Myths on October 8, 2017

A common myth one might hear in the vocal world is that diction will solve vocal problems, that one just needs to enunciate.  As with ...

“Where Do I Place the Tone?”

by Allen Rascoe in Dispelling Common Myths on September 21, 2017

A common myth that has achieved notoriety and acclaim is the idea of voice placement. Maybe you have heard that there is a place to ...

“Singing With the Diaphragm”

by Allen Rascoe in Dispelling Common Myths on September 12, 2017

A common myth that has been oft repeated is that of the all-powerful "diaphragm". Many believe it to be key, the most important part of ...

“Breathing Into My Pelvis?”

by Allen Rascoe in Dispelling Common Myths on September 8, 2017

There are many common vocal myths concerning breathing.  The first fact to realize is that we breathe with our lungs which are in our rib ...