HOW TO CONQUER NASAL SINGING
The nasal sound is whiny and unpleasant. It is quite acceptable if you sing county music. It is a big no-no if you are singing pop, rap, choir and other contemporary songs.
Artists with a nasal tone are not able to blend easily with choirs, and their voice sounds more muted. The nasal sound is normally caused by a soft palate that is not lifted properly.
The palate is a soft tissue found on the roof of your mouth, and it lifts up to create a ringing sound that produces a good voice.
If your palate doesn’t lift up, your voice becomes nasal. Nasality is caused by air coming throughout the nose due to limited space at the back of your throat.
The soft palate is located inside your mouth near the hard palate and behind your teeth. It is the part that you normally see when you yawn.
If you want to check your palate, stand in front of a mirror, open your mouth and you will see it in the back area of your mouth.
A singer with a nasal tone is usually affected by the nasal cavity that produces a thinner and whiner tone that lacks clarity.
If you want to know whether you are nasal, check yourself whether you have a tight nasal passage that is squeezing the muscles behind your nose.
How to Conquer Nasal Singing
1) Lift Your Palate
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