Chest Voice

Term Category: Techniques

Chest voice, a common term for Thyroarytenoid Dominant Production, refers to the lower range of a singer's vocal register, characterized by a deep and resonant sound. It is produced when the vocal folds shorten and thicken, resulting in a fuller and more robust tone. Chest voice is commonly associated with the sensation of vibrations felt in the chest during singing. It is often used for powerful and expressive singing, particularly in genres like rock, pop, and musical theater.

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