What you’re about to discover will make your singing voice sound better in an instant, guaranteed.
The key is something called vocal tone.
No matter if you’re a whisper singer or want to belt out heartbreaking pop ballads a good tone quality is key in keeping your listeners engaged.
In this article you’ll learn:
- what gives a singer a good vocal tone?
- 2 ways to make your singing voice sound better in an instant.
What gives a singer a good vocal tone?
When a singer has a good vocal tone, they have a clear, full and rich sounding singing voice.
As opposed to muffled, thin or a lack of dimension.
And I’m not talking about sound qualities like:
- The pop singers sparkle.
- Or an emotional flavor.
If you’re interested in these sound characteristics, you can read:
In this article we only focus on that clear, full and rich sounding singing voice.
2 ways to make your singing voice sound better in an instant.
With that out of the way I’ll share with you 2 ways to do just that.
1: Eliminate nasality aka stop singing through your nose.
Nasality can make a singing voice sound muffled instead of clear and full.
Luckily it’s easy to fix.
So, let’s check if you sing through your nose.
You can check this by singing something while you alternate between pinching your nose and letting it go.
If there’s a big difference in how clear/full the sound of your singing voice is when you pinch your nose closed vs when you’re not; you sing with nasality.
If it stays pretty much the same, you don’t or just a little.
In this article I share a simple strategy to get rid of nasality while singing.
2. Make use of the nasopharynx.
The nasopharynx is a cavity right behind our nose helping singers add more richness and dimension to their sound.
To do that we have to open up this space right behind our nose so the air can travel through it creating resonance.
Let’s get in contact with that space.
Envision you have this beautiful rose in your hand that you’re dying to smell.
You bring it to your nose to take in its scent.
Now smell the rose like you want to take in as much of that scent as you possibly can and feel how the area right behind your nose expands when you do that.
That’s the sensation you’re looking for and want to add to the mix while singing.
Make sure you record yourself while doing so and see if you like the richness it adds to the sound of your singing voice.
Plus, how much or little of it you want to add to your overall sound.
Now you know how to make your singing voice sound better in an instant.
I hope this was helpful.
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