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Published on Mar 8, 2017
The Best Larynx position for Singing – Neutral Larynx. The position of the larynx when singing is hotly debated among singing teachers. The long-standing classical ideal instructs the singer to lower the larynx. The contemporary methodology of Speech Level Singing, otherwise known as SLS, encourages a laryngeal position that resembles speech patterns that is a middle of the road position.
While other contemporary singing teachers believe the larynx should be held high. Low, middle, high. Confused? Who’s, right? Come on, let’s look at this contentious subject and clear the muddy waters a little.
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