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Singing Better for Guys

Here are some fruitful tips if taken properly can do wonders for you so quickly go through them:

Easy breathing:

Your breathing is that conveyor belt upon which the music rides. Breathing for speaking and breathing for singing are two different parts. For singing you need to focus on diaphragmatic breath and belly breath. When singing the only thing that needs to move is your mouth not your shoulders or your arms. Keep your stomach out and push your diaphragm as much as possible to really fill your lungs to capacity. The best exercise for this to happen is to lie flat on the floor on your back with a book resting on your navel and try to make it rise while inhaling.

Fix breaks and cracks:

Don’t force your voice while singing. Lack of confidence can also create breaks in your voice which is obviously not a good impression when you sing in front of people. The reason behind these breaks and cracks is your vocal weakness between your chest and head. Some vocal exercises which are easily available on wide internet can help you out and of course you need not to avoid being tense or scared.

Control Power:

Every singer dreamt of singing with more power but very few know how to control it. You need to understand the fact that more volume is not necessarily equals to more power. To get more power you need to control your tongue. Where your tongue stays can cause problems when you try to sing with more power. If you hold your tongue back, it blocks your airway, result stress on your voice. Always try to keep your tongue pressed against your bottom teeth to master power.

Timing is everything:

And lastly it is all about the perfect timing. Give 20 minutes to your warm up session if your vocalist is in good shape. Now the question is what should be there in your warm-up session. Well a warm-up session must consist of various musical patterns covering the full pitch range and includes various vowels and consonants, different patterns of notes and increasing level of volumes.

So these 4 points are I guess pretty enough to start a ride on your musical track. Rest there is a lot more to know that can’t be covered in a single post. Until then you are free to drop your suggestions in the comment box below.