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Quote from Andrew Andretti on May 11, 2022, 9:43 am

Hello, I’m taking the advice on the low larynx exercises. So when speaking in your normal voice  you want to keep the larynx neutral right? How can I know for sure that when I’m speaking to people, my larynx isn’t going up, and how do I keep my larynx in the middle? Cheers!

Not a voice expert, but I'd say you need to experiment and self-assess.

The larynx is supposed to stay more in the middle with the exercises IF you were pushing it up -not everyone does, so the exercises aren't equally helpful to everyone. someone will need it badly, someone else might not need at all-.

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Ok I got it thanks

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