You have to figure out how to keep the larynx in a lower or more neutral position in your throat for singing. To drop your larynx, you can use the beginning of the. Because a low larynx position can influence us away from chest voice, that obviously Lowering the larynx opposes these muscles during singing and can . The idea is really more that you shouldn't be tensing your neck muscles when singing high notes or depressing the larynx when singing low.
It is true the larynx should not rise while singing. But this has been confused to a certain degree into the belief that it should be low. It definitely. Good singers can usually keep their larynx from rising up when reaching for higher then the more you open the balloon, the quieter and lower the pitch gets. One of the surest ways to create vocal strain is to over-raise or lower your larynx when singing or speaking. How does the larynx move? [private_member]Up.
While you may not want the operatic sound, singing with a low larynx does increase the resonance and projection of the voice with less. Your goal is to not allow the larynx to rise too much as you sing from low notes to high notes. To find your larynx, put your finger on the V that you feel in the front. When I try to sing with a low larynx, either by immitating an opera singer or by starting each phrase with some vocal fry, I can make my voice.