Vocal Fry: Vocal Exercises Revealed

February 13, 2011 by  
Filed under Singing Tips

In today’s quick singing tip I am going to reveal how to practice vocal fry.

How to use vocal fry to eliminate breathiness from your tone.

Please leave your comments and questions about vocal fry below.

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2 Responses to “Vocal Fry: Vocal Exercises Revealed”
  1. Yvonne says:

    Hi Ian,
    I am glad you sent an email by mistake because it allowed me to check out your vocal fry video. I have been practicing this technique for some time now on the advice that it helps to thicken the vocal chords thus helping to develop a bass sound. I sing bass in a harmony chorus and quartet and was looking at techniques to help me develop and deepen my bass sound. Now I hear you say in your video about it helping with your upper register. Is this right? What’s your take on it?

  2. Aussie Vocal Coach says:

    Hi Yvonne,
    Yes vocal fry absolutely helps develop very low bass notes. The vocal cord closure that creates the fry sound is also very handy to help singers who have breathy voices in their upper range. It’s most common use however is for bass singing as you have learned.

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