A Balanced Voice Is A Healthy Voice

Do you think that your singing voice sounds too quiet? Do you get tired after singing a line in the car to your favorite tune on the radio? Is it nice and easy to sing at some parts of songs, but harder when it goes up high or maybe when it goes down low? If any of these things are true for you, then you may want to consider voice lessons! What people don’t understand is in order to create a powerful sound no matter how high or low you need to workout out your voice as a whole. Your voice is a muscle, two muscles to be exact, and in the simplest of terms your muscles stretch in two adjustments: head voice, which brings you your high notes, and chest voice, which brings you your low notes. Now you may think that if you wanted to sing higher you would want to work on only your head voice only, or if you wanted to sing lower you would only want to work only on your chest voice. However, bringing your singing voice into balance is what leads you to be able to do all of these things! Think of it like this, let’s say you’re going ice-skating, you’ve been a bunch of times and learned to do a one-legged turn. Now, you will be bringing one leg up, that is, focusing on lifting up the one leg, while at the same time you’ll be depending on your other one to complete the turn. What if you were lifting up your right leg for the turn, and you didn’t realize that your other leg was broken? What would happen? You would fall on the ice! It’s the same way with your singing voice! One side depends on the other to hold the weight while the other is being used. A balanced voice is a healthy voice, and a healthy voice can sing high or low, it can sing loud or soft, and it will automatically produce a beautiful sound! So, what are you waiting for? Start today so that you can have the type of singing voice that you’ve always wanted!