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#1 2014-12-12 20:52:03

peterplan
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Shaky voice

I've had this for as long as I can remember, a very good rock voice but shaky. It's mostly noticable one long notes so to speak (sorry I don't know all the technical terms). When I'm doing Aaaahhhh's or singing something like "knooooooooown" it tens to wobble up and down and it's not just a straight line, like when people often get when they're nervous. I can overcome it but it often takes many vocal takes. Live it would be harder. Either I'm using a bad technique but probably it's just part of my atonomy.

Anyone else have this problem? Some seem to have no problem with this at all and I heard others struggling with this too.

Is there anything that can be done?

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#2 2014-12-12 21:12:52

Danielformica
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Re: Shaky voice

check with an ENT it sounds like you could have a spasmatic dysphonia of some sort.  if you went to an ENT they could diagnose you quick and get you therapy otherwise you will just have bunch of coaches trying to help without knowing the cause first. good luck


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#3 2014-12-12 21:23:54

Steven Fraser
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Re: Shaky voice

peterplan wrote:

I've had this for as long as I can remember, a very good rock voice but shaky. It's mostly noticable one long notes so to speak (sorry I don't know all the technical terms). When I'm doing Aaaahhhh's or singing something like "knooooooooown" it tens to wobble up and down and it's not just a straight line, like when people often get when they're nervous. I can overcome it but it often takes many vocal takes. Live it would be harder. Either I'm using a bad technique but probably it's just part of my atonomy.

Anyone else have this problem? Some seem to have no problem with this at all and I heard others struggling with this too.

Is there anything that can be done?

Recording?


Best Regards,

Steven Fraser

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#4 2014-12-12 21:30:12

peterplan
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Re: Shaky voice

I don't really think it's Spasmodic dysphonia. It's not anywhere near as bad as that. Never have a problem during speech and not too dramatic when singing, just not as stable on long tones so to speak. I can't be the only one with this problem?

I know some days I almost never have this problem and some days it's just terrible. Most often I have this problem, but on some occasions it's not that bad.

Don't really want to share a recording, hope you understand.

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#5 2014-12-12 21:38:34

Danielformica
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Re: Shaky voice

ok well if you want to Skype for 15 minutes let me know my Skype name is danielformica (san luis obispo). i could help if its a speech or singing problem..no charge


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#6 2014-12-12 21:43:32

peterplan
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Re: Shaky voice

I just want to know if anyone else experience this problem.

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#7 2014-12-12 21:46:30

Danielformica
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Re: Shaky voice

peterplan wrote:

I just want to know if anyone else experience this problem.

singers experience those problems all the time.but if you want it solved someone needs to hear you because it could be a variety of different types of shaky..writing it down doesn't really help because we don't hear the phonation. good luck

Last edited by Danielformica (2014-12-12 21:46:51)


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WWW.DANIELFORMICAVOCALSTUDIO.COM
www.soundcloud.com/daniel-formica

Disclaimer-Anything I write or try to help people with on here are techniques and things that have worked for ME.  They are not necessarily" right" or "wrong" but have worked for ME and my 20+ yrs as a professional working
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Thank you

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#8 2014-12-13 01:42:33

ronws
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Re: Shaky voice

recording?


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#9 2014-12-13 15:14:58

peterplan
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Re: Shaky voice

Already explained there's no recording.

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