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well you have to keep practicing and if it does break then you need to get your voice trainor to help you on this type of situation.If your voice trainor can't do anything abo…ut it then this is very serious and you may need to go to the doctors.The doctors will tell you to rest you throat and not to talk for about 48hrs or more well it really depends on how bad your voice breaks.See this happened to justin bieber once (MORE)
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Hi my voice started breaking yesterday im age 14 and it started off by my throat hurting and my voice went like almost asif i had lost my voice and today its starting to get …a little bit crocky and it can some times feel like your throat is straining and ive heared it can take up to three weeks for your voice to completely break but if you have any more concerns just look up online for answers or go to your local Doctor or if you have older brothers or sisters talk to them i hope this helped. (MORE)
yes. it is possible. u can only break it with a VERY high pitched voice.
Voicing the main character, Finn, Jeremy Shada has been a member of the "Adventure Time" cast since 2010, but that wasn't his first gig. Jeremy Shada has been voicin…g characters since he was 2 (My Neighbors the Yamadas), and he went on to voice characters in films like "Team America: World Police" and "ParaNorman" as well as TV shows like "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" as Robin and "Chowder."John DiMaggio provides the voice for Finn's sidekick, Jack, in the series, and like, Shada, DiMaggio has been a cast member since the beginning. He's voiced wide variety of well known characters ranging from Bender in the "Futurama" series, Aggregor from "Ben 10: Ultimate Alien," an even Rico the penguin in "The Penguins of Madagascar."Hynden Walch plays the ruler of Candy Kingdom in the series, also known as the Bubblegum Princess. This actress has also done some live-action work in films like "Groundhog Day" and "Jerry Maguire" as well as voiced the character Starfire in "Teen Titans" and the revival series "Teen Titans Go!"Famously known for his voicing SpongeBob, Tom Kenny also joined the cast of "Adventure Time" in 2010 to voice the Ice King. The Ice King started the series as the main antagonist, but has since become a supporting character alongside Jake and Finn. Before "SpongeBob SquarePants" and "Adventure Time," Tom also did some extensive work as a variety of characters on Futurama.You may be surprised to know that Pendleton Ward, the creator of this beloved series, voices Lumpy Space Princess. Then again, Lumpy Space Princess does sound rather gruff doesn't she. He's also created another series called "Bravest Warriors" in which four teenage heroes-for-hire warp through the universe to save aliens.Experienced voice actor, Dee Bradley Baker, voices the character Cinnamon Bun in the series. Cinnamon Bun is the clumsy and foolish character that brings comic relief to Candy Kingdom. Dee Bradley Baker is also the voice of Perry the Platypus on the cartoon "Phineas and Ferb," and he'll be voicing the Tazmanian Devil in "Space Jam 2."Niki Yang voices two characters on the series, BMO or Beemo and Lady Rainicorn. BMO is the computer that helps Jake and Finn through their journey, while Lady Rainicorn is Princess Bubblegum's best friend. Niki Yang is a fairly multi-talented actress who has also written 4 episodes of "Adventure Time" as well as worked as a storyboard artist on "Adventure Time" 3 episodes.Like Niki Yang, Maria Bamford also voices two characters on the series, Hotdog Princess and Wildberry Princess. If you don't watch the show, you've probably seen or heard her elsewhere, for she also voices Pema and other characters in "The Legend of Korra" as well as Debrie Bardeaux from "Arrested Development."Steve Little is the voice of the Peppermint Butler, the loyal butler of Princess Bubblegum. In addition to this, Steve Little has done some writing for the "Camp Lazlo!" and "The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack" series as well as for this series itself, "Adventure Time."Olivia Olson voices Marceline on "Adventure Time." Marceline is a vampire queen who is close friends with Jake and Finn. Other than this role, Olson doesn't have too much experience under her belt, which is fine since she's still fairly young. Olson voices Vanessa on "Phineas and Ferb" and has starred in an episode of Zoey 101 and "The Tracy Morgan Show" as well as in the film "Love Actually" as Joanna Anderson.In "Adventure Time," Jessica voices the Flame Princess, Finn's former love interest. This princess is known for her short temper, violently dangerous heat core, and trust issues. DiCicco got her first big break back in 1990 with "The Godfather: Part III." Since then, she's worked on multiple films, shows, and even video games like "Final Fantasy XIII," "Kingdom Hearts II," and "Dishonored." (MORE)
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Many writers are confused about what active voice and passive voice actually mean. They typically write by instinct rather than keeping in mind the mechanics of writing at all… times. While it is true that sometimes the best writing takes place in such a manner, there are some writing mechanics that deserve attention. Using active voice and passive voice at the right time and in the appropriate places greatly improves the quality of a writer's work.Active voice is when the subject is doing something to someone or something else. Here is an example of an active voice sentence: "The dog bit the girl." In this sentence, the dog, who is the subject of the sentence, did something to the girl, who was a passive object in the sentence. The dog was the initiator of the action.With passive voice the subject of the sentence does nothing active. To change the sentence used above to passive voice it would read as follows: "The girl was bitten by the dog." In this sentence the girl is the subject and she did nothing active. The dog took the action, but the dog is not the subject of the sentence anymore. The sentence may even take on an apologetic tone because of its passive voice. The fact that the sentence uses the word "was" is also an indication that it is using passive voice. Passive voice sentences generally require a double verb that consists of a form of the verb "to be," and a past participle. For example, the example sentence uses the phrase "was bitten."Active voice is certainly more modern and sounds more assertive. Active voice is stronger and can give writers an expert voice. That being said, passive voice has its place in writing as well. Passive voice, for example, can be used to show a reader where attention should be placed. Instruction manuals and scientific papers are often written in passive voice, as this draws attention away from the expert and focuses on the device or scientific experiment instead. Basically, writing using active or passive voice depends largely on what is being written and the context of the sentence.Mixing active voice and passive voice, especially in one sentence, should be avoided. Mixing the two makes the sentence, article, or book, sound weaker. Writing with active voice has more impact. It sounds more confident. Many modern, successful writers use active voice wherever possible.Learning and remembering all the mechanics of writing can seem tedious and boring. However, understanding the difference between active and passive voice is one aspect of writing mechanics that all writers should familiarize themselves with. This helps writers analyze whether their writing sounds confident and if it really makes an impact. Writing with active voice can make a huge difference in the quality of a writer's work.The best writing is often simple. Writing does not need to be wordy or full of fancy synonyms. Avoid using cliches whenever possible. Reading as much as possible, and analyzing the quality of the writing, helps a writer to improve as well. (MORE)
When it comes to voices, one type soars high above all others. It can seem angelic or heartbreaking, often within the same line. It thrills the ear and musical soul and the wo…men who master its subtleties become legends. The voice type is that of the soprano, and below, you will learn more about it. The soprano is the highest vocal range of all, above that of the women's alto range. Sopranos sing in C4 to A5 range, though many easily achieve C6. This voice type is used to soar above the melody in choral compositions, or deliver great emotion in arias. In popular music, the powerful emotions elicited by the soprano range can be heard in songs by Barbra Streisand and Whitney Houston. Their ability to sing with clarity and precision over a 3-octave range is dazzling to hear and can transform any song into a powerful performance.Is isn't necessary to have a 3- or 4-octave range to be a soprano. The classification comes from the basic vocal range, meaning the notes the singer can sing naturally. A handful of singers, such as the Peruvian Yma Sumac and Mariah Carey, can naturally sing over a 4-octave range, but they are the exceptions. Some sopranos, even in opera, have a 2-octave range, and are usually characterized by having a lovely voice quality and full command of vocal techniques. But when voice, command, and presence come together in a soprano, such as Maria Callas, the spotlight rarely moves to anyone else. Sopranos are favored by physics and opera's fandom. Higher-pitched voices carry farther and more clearly than lower-pitched ones. (Remember that if you need to yell for help in the woods). This made sopranos the center of opera, and with opera's devoted fanatics, that vocal range became the center of attention. More roles were written for sopranos, more sopranos were trained, and the cycle went on, with the power of that vocal range migrating to popular music in the late 19th and early 20 centuries. Microphones and audio engineering no longer place a premium on the powerful clarity and tone once needed, but those women who have it can still command a spotlight in a way no other singer can match.First, your voice has to be able to naturally sing in the high register. Second, you must be able to sustain notes with no variation, while being able to "play" with the notes at will, often to match emotion and music. This technique, called "coloratura," is often parodied (if not mocked) for comedic effect. But when done by a true artist, coloratura is a dazzling and almost unbelievable display of musical brilliance. Your music education can give you the techniques of a soprano, but the basic voice and feel for the music are something you are born with. From opera, "Il Dolce Suono" (The Sweet Dream) from "Lucia di Lammermoor" is considered a prime soprano piece, requiring nearly everything the singer has and knows to be able to perform well. "Un bel di" (One Beautiful Day), from "Madame Butterfly," is deeply moving, an aria that blends great demands from the voice and the actress. Many of the best performances are not from operas, but from recitals, where the soprano can focus all her attention on the music. If you want to hear some of the greatest vocal performances ever, try searching for soprano recital performances. In popular music, Yma Sumac recordings are available on YouTube, and very few songs can match the power and emotion of "I Will Always Love You," as sung by Whitney Houston.Just as tenors are lionized by opera fans, sopranos are adored by them. They are literally show-stoppers, the stage becoming theirs alone, in most operas. It is no coincidence that the best-loved operas, like "Carmen," "Madame Butterfly," and "La Boheme," have beautiful arias for sopranos. The pure notes of the soprano, coupled with deep emotion, touch hearts in a way that transcends language, culture, and time. "It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings" is attributed to Yogi Berra, and refers to the usual opera ending with a soprano's aria. The diva of all divas, Maria Callas, was both a mesmerizing presence and a spellbinding singer. But what may have launched her career to legendary heights was her decision to drop her weight from 200 to just about 120 pounds. Ms. Callas said it didn't feel right to portray young delicate women when she could barely move on stage. (MORE)
With "Breaking Bad" having ended, fans are more excited than ever to finally tune in to "Better Call Saul" and finally catch a glimpse of how it all began.… But how much do you really know about Saul?Saul Goodman isn't actually his real name - the Irish American James "Jimmy" M. McGill has chosen to go by a professional alias with Jewish undertones. We must say, it has a much better ring to it than "Better Call Jimmy!"Saul's stand-alone office is located in a cheap strip mall in Albuquerque and is decorated in pure cheese - an inflatable statue of liberty atop the building, U.S. Constitution wallpaper, and fake plastic columns replicating the U.S. government buildings of D.C.Saul not only served as the lawyer of meth dealers Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, but many of Saul's connections actually seem to stem from the criminal underworld. He's linked to evidence removers, impersonators, and money laundering specialists.Also decorating Saul's office is framed diploma stating he graduated from the law school of University of American Samoa with an MA in political science. Whether this is truth or forgery, it's hard to say, but anyone who does their research will find the University is actually non-existent.Saul has had multiple wives, and then ex-wives, in the past, we count around four or five to mention. One of these wives was caught having an affair with his step-father. Yikes.At one point, we learn that Saul had a romantic relationship with his secretary.Saul confides to Walt at one time that he successfully impersonated Kevin Costner. When, and to what purpose, we're still left guessing, but if we're lucky we may see this play out in "Better Call Saul".Saul borrowed the name for his "legit" holding company from a 1963 Cold War Intrigue novel that was, in turn, adapted into a 1968 film starring Rock Hudson and Ernest Borgnine. We use the term "legit" lightly.Bob Odenkirck and Bryan Cranston both guest starred in episodes of "How I Met Your Mother". Oddly enough they each played bosses to one of the main characters.Bob Odenkirk told NPR's "Fresh Air" that his portrayal of the character Saul Goodman was influenced by Ari Emanuel, the man who also is portrayed by Jeremy Piven's Ari Gold in "Entourage". He was also influenced by studio executive Robert Evans, who produced "The Godfather".Not only did Saul want to go with a business name that sounded more Jewish, but it's also a pseudonym for "It's all good, man." (MORE)
Actors have many different opportunities besides acting in front of the camera. Many actors are finding that there is a lot of money in voice acting. Some of these actors beca…me famous from roles prior to their voice work and others became famous for the work after their voice acting. Most of these actors and actresses will surprise you when you see the different character voices they have played.While most people will only know Mark Hamill as the infamous Luke Skywalker, he has played a number of different roles since then. After the "Star Wars" series, Mark Hamill had a difficult time stepping away from his Luke Skywalker stigma so he went into voice acting. He was the voice of The Joker in the animated TV series "Batman: The Animated Series" (1992-1995). He continued to play the voice of The Joker in a number of the different spin off Batman shows along with the various video games. Mark Hamill was also the voice of Fire Lord Ozai in the Nickelodeon series "Avatar: The Last Airbender."Although Mark Hamill has not been able to land many acting jobs since "Star Wars," he has been able to continue making a living with voice acting jobs.There is more to Vin Diesel then fast cars and action movies. He played the gentle giant in the animated children's movie "The Iron Giant." Although, many wouldn't recognize his voice as the Iron Giant in the movie since his lines are mainly grunts. Vin Diesel voiced this movie before he was famous for his "Fast and Furious" roles. Other voice acting he has done includes the TV series "The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury" and various video games. Most know her as Fergie, but her given name is Stacy Ann Ferguson and she will surprise you with the voices she has played. Fergie has done a lot of voice acting in the past several years along with the numerous records she has released. She was the voice of Sally Brown, Charlie Brown's little sister in "Peanuts." Fergie has also played in the movie "Marmaduke" as the voice of Jezebel. She also played the voice of a hippo girlfriend in the second Madagascar movie "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa." Fergie has also made several appearances on different animated TV series including the animated series "The Cleveland Show."Howie Mandel is known best as one of the judges of the reality TV series "America's Got Talent," but Howie Mandel does have a past. Howie Mandel played the voice of the cuddly gremlin Gizmo. Mandel also played the voice of Baby Animal and Skeeter in the TV series "Muppet Babies." He went on to play the role of Bobby in the animated series "Bobby's World." He used the same voice that he used for Skeeter as he did for Bobby.Jerry Orbach is best known for his role as Detective Lennie Briscoe on the drama TV series "Law and Order." It is unknown to many fans that Jerry Orbach was the voice of the candlestick Lumiere in the Disney movie "Beauty and The Beast." As Lumiere Orbach even sang all the songs including the famous "Be Our Guest" song that he sings to Belle in the dinning room. James Avery is best known for his role as super strict Uncle Phil from "The Fresh Prince of Bel Aire." As Uncle Phil he was always responsible for disciplining his nephew Will and trying to keep him on the right path. Before he landed this role, he played the voice of Shredder from the animated series "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." Shredder was one of the main villains in the series. He lived in a glass eye and was always hung out with an ugly hog-man and a brain.Michael Clark Duncan is known for his undeniable deep voice and has played in many movies and TV series. As a traditional actor he played in movies such as "The Green Mile," "The Scorpion King", "Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins" and more. He has also done a number of voice acting roles. He played the voice of Tug in the Disney animated movies "Brother Bear" and "Brother Bear 2." He also played a role as Sam in the movie "Cats & Dogs: Revenge of Kitty Galore." Michael Clark Duncan unfortunately passed away on September 3, 2012 in Los Angeles, CA.Earle Hayman, known by most as Grandpa Huxtable from the series "The Cosby Show" has played as other characters that many children would know. Before his role as Grandpa Huxtable, he played a role on the animated children's cartoon "Thundercats." Hayman played the voice as Panthro, the wise panther Thundercat. Panthro was the resident mechanic out of the group who could fix and build anything put in front of him.When it comes to voice acting not all actors or actresses have what it takes to perform the job. From Mark Hamill, who most know as Luke Skywalker, to Michael Clark Duncan there is never a shortage of actors. For some actors and actresses, voice acting fills in the down time between their next film project. The next time you are watching an animated series or movie take the time to watch the credits you might be surprised at the names you see.Walt Disney was the highest paid voice over actor of all time. He was the pioneer to digital animation with Mickey Mouse, whom he voiced. Since his death in 1966, six other people have taken over the role of voicing Mickey Mouse. (MORE)
If you are boy around 12 to 14 years old, this is a Norman transition from your treble voice as a boy to your mature voice. It will settle down in AA year or two. Anyone else …needs to control the vocal production by not forcing the voice. Start singing in a comfortable range and try singing up and down the scale, being careful not to push too hard when you feel the tightening in your throat. A lot of pop singers go against this by forcing ugly sounds, thinking they can make it their style. It's not good for the voice, and pretty soon you won't be able to sing well at all. (MORE)
Yes. You need a trained singer, and a suitable glass though. And even then it's not easy.