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Technical proficiency in the singing voice requires
1. sufficient energy generated by the breath management to match
the degree of resistance offered by the vocal folds and
2. vocal tract configurations that produce the exact acoustic
characteristics dictated by the phonemes.
Put another way, each vowel has its own laryngeal and acoustic
configuration, and a correspondingly specific resonator tract
shape must match that configuration; airflow excites the larynx
into vibration, an action that activates responses in
various regions of the vocal tract.
Appoggio activity, laryngeal configuration, and vocal tract
shapes must be in agreement. Sometimes a singer may think
that faulty breath control is cause of inconsistent vocal timbre,
when in actuality the resonator is not in sync with the breath supply;
that is, breath management cannot become efficiently operative
because laryngeal events are being matched by vocal tract postures.
If the phonetic aspects of the phrase are distorted,
laryngeal freedom is impossible. If lip, jaw,
zygomatic posture, faucial arch activity, tongue position,
and the location of the larynx itself are not in accordance
with phonetic definition, breath management will not
be optimum; there will be discomfort at the level of the larynx.