By Dave Brooks, co-authored with Phillip Brandvold
As a singer, one of the biggest struggles is to not only sing our best, but also to sing in a way that is healthy to our body. One way to achieve both those aspects is focusing on larynx position and vocal cord control. These two elements of singing are often overlooked, but are necessary in creating a resonating tone while practicing healthy vocal techniques. Ignoring either area of your singing is a recipe for bad sound and an aching, tense throat. So how can you make sure you’re using proper technique?