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Change a Harsh Voice Into a Sweet Soft Singing Voice

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How can I maintain a controlled and connected sound when I sing?

I always catch myself stopping the sound in between sets of words and sometimes even a bunch of individual words leading to a very rough sounding attempt at singing. I am having trouble trying to fix this problem, do you have any tips?. I have tried: I try pushing my sound through each word or phrase but I can't seem to eliminate this cut off. I am also an experienced instrumentalist and this same happening occurs when I play my instruments.. I think it was caused by: I know it is not a matter of a lack of air. That is all I have to offer, I have no idea why I make things choppy, but I am trying all kinds of search terms and what not yet I have failed to find an answer.

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