If you’ve ever wondered what goes on inside the larynx of your favorite vocalists, you’re not alone. Specifically, the insane range of Lorna Shore’s Will Ramos.
YouTube channel The Charismatic Voice (almost 1 million YT subscribers, so you know they’re huge) decided to team up with doctors Ingo Titze and Amanda Stark to put a tube down Will’s throat. They examine just what his larynx look like when he’s using his insane vocal prowess. The video is a bit long at over 50 minutes, but it’s well worth a watch if you like science in any capacity. It would also be interesting to see other vocalists undergo this kind of thing, especially Randy Blythe and maybe even Spiritbox’s Courtney LaPlante. Here’s hoping.
The video description will tell you more
We brought Will Ramos out to Utah to find out physiologically what’s happening in his larynx while he’s making the deep gutterals, screamingly high goblins, tuvan throat singing and everything else in his repertoire.
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Thank you to Dr. Ingo Titze and Dr. Amanda Stark for all the support given to this project, and the continued support to analyze and study what we found.
Thank you to Will Ramos and Lorna Shore for donating Will’s body to science.