I have experience singing in various genres and want to learn subharmonics. How can I get started?

To get started with subharmonics, follow these steps:

  1. Warm-up and strengthen your vocal cords: Practice proper vocal warm-up exercises and breath control techniques to ensure your voice is well-rested and prepared for this complex technique.
  2. Begin with humming: Start by humming at a comfortable pitch and gradually drop the pitch until you reach a lower register. Pay attention to the sensation in your throat.
  3. Experiment with pressure and airflow: Try to replicate the sensation from step 2 while adding slightly more pronounced friction on the vocal cords. Adjust the pressure and airflow to see what works best for you.
  4. Practice consistently: Subharmonics is a challenging technique that requires dedicated practice to perfect. Be patient and persistent in your practice.

Remember, learning subharmonics takes time and consistent practice. Keep experimenting and practicing improving your technique.