Want to sing with great power? Read on for some tips for a stronger singing voice.
You will discover how to sing louder with less effort. MUCH less effort...
You can develop a singing voice that has tremendous strength and power, and fairly easily too. But you might be surprised at exactly how this is done. You see, most singers get their volume by pushing way too much air when they sing.This is basically yelling. Yes, it can be loud. But the tone quality gets completely destroyed. And with this method, it only takes minutes to completely wear your voice out!
Here's a strange but true fact.
It doesn't take much more effort to sing a very quiet note than it does to sing a thunderous, powerful note.
Think about that for a second. Is that what it feels like for you when you go for a strong, powerful note? If not, keep reading on...
To sing really well, it's a matter of coordinating your singing muscles AND the air passing through your vocal cords. If you can balance these too things, your voice will sound excellent.
And further, once you have mastered this, you can push more air through to produce far more volume.
To be able to push more air through, and STILL maintain the correct muscle coordination’s for singing, you must build strength into the muscles that control your vocal cords.
When your vocal cords can hold back this greater amount of air, you will be able to produce far more volume with your voice with little more effort than it takes to talk.
There are some very special exercises that do this with amazing effect. They are very strange sounding exercises, some even sound silly! But they all build extraordinary coordination and strength into your singing muscles, which is something that most singing exercises don't do very well.
With these exercises you will be able to build excellent strength and power into your voice. And even better, you will maintain the highest tone quality when you do this.
It really feels incredible to produce such a huge (and I mean HUGE!) sound from your voice, and not have to strain one bit.