Creating Greater Singing Volume

Vocalists are always looking to increase volume to their singing – without compromising the quality of their voice. When you’re performing, your goal is to be heard clearly… letting you share the song with the audience. Screaming the song isn’t an option.

Conditioning your vocal chords.

Just like conditioning your body to exercise, you need to work your vocal chords regularly to get them to improve. One way to improve them is easy… by regularly singing. There are many opportunities to squeeze in some practice – While you are showering, doing house chores, In the car on your way to work etc. By regularly using your singing voice your vocal chords will grow naturally stronger.

By using these next techniques, you will be able to increase your vocal volume bit by bit each day.

Breath Control

Good vocalists utilize a variety of breathing techniques to sing certain notes properly.

An example: You would need to draw deeper, longer breaths of air to achieve notes belted at the top of your range.

You typically need to draw less breath for lower notes, but if you are trying to project these notes louder than usual, you will need that deeper breath.

Practice your warm up exercises with scales and make a mental note of your breath expenditure on you low notes compared to the high ones.

Diaphragm is KEY

The diaphragm is located in your inner core – underneath the rib-cage. When you take a big breath you feel it expand, And feel it contract when you exhale.

When it comes to singing volume, the diaphragm and lungs are a vocalists key tools. Take deep breaths before singing anything that requires loud notes – and to project those note to the crowd… use your diaphragm.

A trick for strengthening that diaphragm is bending forward at your waist – Taking a deep breath and try to push the lyrics out strongly. Be sure not to strain those vocal chords!

Better Capacity of the lungs

Floor breathing techniques – Lie flat on the floor with a pillow or your hands behind head. Take-in deep breaths for two to three minutes.

This may sound a little silly but it’s a great start to your warm ups. It is important to mentally note the volume of air your lungs can handle lying in this position in comparison to doing the same standing up.

If you practice this often, your lungs will slowly start to handle greater volumes of air, meaning more power to your vocals.

Hydration is important.

Keeping your vocal chords properly lubricated will make sure your singing flows much more easily.

Stay away from high caffeine drinks as they cause tension of the vocal chords. But especially avoid dairy products before singing… as dairy causes the body to produce mucus. Ideally drink decaffeinated tea with a little honey to coat your throat for smoother flowing notes.

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