Projecting Your Voice with a Song: Helene Goldnadel

When you start singing you are the best judge of your voice and it is very important to project your voice properly. You have to think that you are singing for yourself. You have to concentrate on the pitch of your voice and make changes accordingly. Your voice should be so sweet that people get attracted to your song. Choose a song you want to sing and practice its lyrics as many times as you can. You have to try your level best to sing from your inner most feelings, from deep in your heart and all your voice concentrated in one beam of sound. Before singing makes sure you are free from any kind of tension because it may affect your singing.

 

Breathing exercises are very important before performing any act of singing. It helps in proper exercising of your chest muscles so that your lungs can get enough space to expand while singing and your voice can get full room to come out clearly from your throat. Make sure that you are free from any kind of blockage in your chest or lungs which may hinder your singing. Facial muscles exercise can also help you to project your voice properly.

 

Confidence is the most important thing you need to project your voice properly. If you loose confidence on the stage, your voice may not show the magic and fail to attract the audience. It is very important to stand in the correct posture while you perform your song on the stage. Stand in such a way that movements of your chest and abdomen is such that you have full energy to project your voice. Project your chest forward and drop your shoulders down while singing in your best tone.

 

You may ask your teacher to listen to your voice and guide you about proper notes while singing. Sometimes it is difficult to judge the exact notes while singing. A good teacher may help you to project your voice properly. He may give you some tips to make your voice better or to correct your mistakes on the day of performance.

 

Helene Goldnadel is a life coach and a singing teacher who has empowered many lives

Helene has been working with children in voice placement, voice projection and has kept countless young performers from the painful damage which vocalist experience when they do not sing from the diaphragm.

For more info, please visit here: https://medium.com/@HeleneGoldnadel

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