JAMES MENY: So we’re going to use low larynx
exercises through the first bridge of the male to get them to not only stop flipping
but to make it a little bit more of a smooth transition so we don’t even notice that any
change is happening, okay? So let’s start off with a longer scale which is this one.
On a low larynx vowel we’re going to do Uh as in U-H and we’re going to say the word
mum, okay? And the idea is that as the singer goes higher up into the scale, that the larynx
will start dropping. The sensation commonly heard as sort of a yawning feeling, the only
problem again with the yawning feeling is what’s your interpretation of a yawning feeling
versus mine versus someone elses. So we can just eliminate that sensation and just say
the vowel Uh and we can try to say if he cracks on Uh we can even add the sound as a whoofy
sound. His whoofy, doesn’t matter if it’s my version of whoofy or his version of whoofy,
whoofy is whoofy any way he wants to make it.