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Pitch problems are generally related to a few things, and often in combination. Not enough use of breath support/control, lack of ear training, and often also a resistance to use the pharynx and resonator tube and mouth to change the shape of the instrument for vowels at varying pitches. In episode 83 Sara shows you […]

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Pitch problems are generally related to a few things, and often in combination. Not enough use of breath support/control, lack of ear training, and often also a resistance to use the pharynx and resonator tube and mouth to change the shape of the instrument for vowels at varying pitches.

In episode 83 Sara shows you how to deal with pitch problems related primarily to breathing/support and ear training.

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  1. Sparky B Sparky says:

    OK breathing support like gasping for air on the mic like you hear Kelly clarkson in Mr know it all studio version or Katy Perry in hot and cold? they sound like they don’t have good ear training or breath support /management /control.

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