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"Technically we all have several vocal resonances; mostly we stay within our own range of sound.
From the invention of the laryngoscope by Garcia II in 1854 to the more recent research conducted by Richard Miller into the 21st century, voice pedagogy and the significance of the muscles of the face in singing have gained increasing recognition in the study of vocal resonance, timbre, and voice quality.
You will learn how to keep breathing fully under pressure and to strengthen and develop vocal resonance and range as well as firming up the articulation of words.
He compares the three theories of vocal resonance, and describes how resonance creates formants.