How to Address a Nasal Sound in a Child's Singing Voice

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A "nasal sound" when singing is also described as someone "singing through their nose." Address a nasal sound in a child's singing voice with help from a singer, actress and performer in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Sami Rudnick, and I'm with Rok On Studios and today we're going to learn how to address a nasally sound in a young singer. I'm with my student, Haley, and we're going to first identify what a nasally sound sounds like. Obviously Haley was overdoing it a little bit to show us the exaggeration of what a nasal sound sounds like. So now we want to correct it. The first thing we can do is to imagine raising your soft palette. You have to imagine your soft palette and raise it by elongating the vowels, ahh, ahh. Now Haley try it again singing tomorrow instead of tomorrow, tomooorow, tomorrow, tomorrow, I love you, tomorrow. Ahh is by raising your eyebrows when you sing. Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love you tomorrow. Good, this has been Sami Rudnick and now we've learned how to address a nasally sound in a young singer. Thanks for watching.

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