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Scientists claim that everyone can become a singer. This is how

Everyday we wonder why we can not have voices like those of Michael Jackson and Luis Armstrong.

A study analyzing human voice was completed recently by British scientists, proving that each person can, with some practice, develop certain vocal abilities and achieve certain tonalities

Most of us have thought and still do not believe that such a thing would be possible, but we have the possibility to do this by practicing since we are young. We can resemble this with physical exercises .

For example, if you work for a particular muscle group for a long time, you will definitely see that the respective  group of muscles is more developed than the rest. This development can be compared to the human voice: the more yo try to have a smooth voice, the more you will advance. It can be trained to be better like a body can be shaped in a gym

Certainly most people who have a different tone of the voice are physically built to sing and were born with a different structure of the larynx and vocal cords.

Of course most artists were born with this talent, but not everyone was so lucky. For example Michael Buble did vocal exercises since he was young – and listen at his voice now.

Here’s what you should do if you want to have a enviable voice(based on the Daily Mail post):

-As you inhale your diaphragm contracts, drawing air into your lungs, and vice-versa.
-Exhaling forces air through the vocal folds, which can vibrate very quickly.
-This process creates a vocal sound as you expel breath.
-Along the vocal tract, various structures can shape this sound into words and even carry a tune.

In this boot-camp style lesson, Lalita’s student, First, must do leg exercises while warming up his voice to build a stronger diaphragm and improve his singing endurance. | ©Bangkok Post

In this boot-camp style lesson, Lalita’s student, first, must do leg exercises while warming up his voice to build a stronger diaphragm and improve his singing endurance. | ©Bangkok Post

A year ago scientists asked the audience who they think would have the best voice in the world. Of course, the answer to the pool was Michael Jackson, Whitney Huston and many others.
But the real study reaveals the first place. It was Taken by Axl Rose, the frontman of the rock band Guns N ‘Roses. Rose covers five octaves ranging from F1 to BB6 on ‘Is not It Fun’ from ‘The Spaghetti Incident?’ (1991 album).
However, Mariah Carey was ranked second, hitting G7 in 1991 hit Called Emotions.

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