So you want to be a good singer, but do you know that having a good singing voice is just one factor of the many others that makes up a good singer. Did I surprise you?
Well, this is because being a good singer is all about performance and so it is just not singing alone that counts. However, having a good singing voice does and will always play a very big role in a singer s success. So, let us take a look at how you can develop a good singing voice.
First of all, the wider and versatile your vocal range is, the more choices of songs you can sing and you can develop a wider repertoire. Many people are impressed by singers who have wide vocal ranges because these singers are able to hit high and low notes easily and impressively.
So if you want hit the notes effortlessly when you sing, then practice with vocal exercises that are meant to increase your vocal range. Being able to have wide vocal range can also help to bring out certain colors and emotions in your voice to excite your audience.
Another important factor in widening your vocal range is so that you will be able to blend your vocal resonances. Your tone will resonate in your throat, your mouth, your chest, your facial and head cavities. By learning how your voice resonates and being able to control the resonance will give your voice much more timbre quality and tone.
When you sing through the different notes in a scale, the resonance will change too. For example, when you sing the low notes, most of the resonance will be felt in your mouth, face and chest cavities.
Go on, try it, just hum a very low note, can you feel your teeth vibrating? Put a palm on your chest, can you feel your chest bone vibrating too? Similarly, as you sing higher notes up the scale, the resonance moves up along too. This change of resonance is sometimes called the change of vocal registers.
To develop a good singing tone to your voice, your voice must be able to glide through the various registers easily and effortlessly without any breaks in between the register switches. This can be a difficult thing to do for many aspiring singers if you do not have any formal singing lessons.
It is ascertained that the most present vocal sound a good singer can produce is the mixture of the head tone and chest tone, sometimes called the commercial tone . In this tone blending, the resonance is split half in the mouth and half in the head.
So if you want to develop a good singing voice, then work hard at developing your mixed voice! Yes, I concede that this is one of the most difficult singing skills to master but many people have done it successfully with the good vocal training, so why not you. There are many great singing lessons you can find on the internet for you to develop your singing voice and becoming a good singer.