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Prevent vocal cord damage and protect your singing voice by drinking the right liquids

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What happens if you stop singing? Do you lose your vocal quality?


Like anything else, practice will help you keep your singing in top form. Whether or not you lose your vocal ability depends on more factors than just time, but it stands to reason that you'll see more consistent results if you are regularly practicing singing.

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Can doing distorted or screaming vocals like this make better tones for your singing voice?

Many metal and rock bands for example sound really good with this raspy harsh sounding singing. Like Five Finger Death Punches lead singer Ivan Moody and the old lead singer of Asking Alexandria (album:from death to destiny), Danny Worsnop who is now singer for We are Harlot.. I have tried: Can't find the information I need. I think it was caused by: Well its not exactly a sought out question.

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