Friday, October 5, 2012

Singing Lessons: How to Hum Your Way to Better Projection

It really pains me to see how people struggle with projection. If you sense your voice is weak or that it has no power behind it when you sing certain notes, you'll need to take a quick step back to analyze how you sound. Take a good hard look at yourself in the mirror if you can while you're at it. I'm going to point out the most common reasons why good projection eludes a lot of people, and how to quickly fix the problem.

I don't know if you're aware of this, but when you speak your voice is at its most powerful. Why then do you struggle to project the same power when you sing? The reason is very simple. You're not using your speaking voice to sing. And I'll warn you right here. This is the hardest bad habit to kick. And here's another reason why you're experiencing the undesirably low levels of projection with your voice. You're lacking thrust. Yes, if you don't push it isn't going to happen. So how then do you fix this singing problem and break the cycle of bad habits that have plagued your advancement as a singer? Here's what I'll recommend you do. Read the full article here!

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