Your voice is a part of your body. So, anything that you would do normally to take care of your body is going to be essential.
- Good sleep
- Healthy eating
Before any performance is is essential to get ready mentally and physically. You have to try to your best to DO WHAT YOU DO NORMALLY. Sing loud, be confident. You will appear better in the audience's eyes if you just go for it, than if you do it halfway.
Before every performance you should warm-up your body and your voice. Here is
"The Best Performance Warm-Up Ever."
Question: I want to know how to be able to do runs and riffs with my voice.
Before you focus on this, make sure that you are comfortable with your strong and full tone in your chest voice. Before learning runs and riffs and being able to do them well, you want to make sure that you are happy with the sounds that you are making in comfortable ranges with long, sustained tones. Before you begin this, make sure that you are comfortable with these lessons.
Smooth Out Your Chest Voice
This will get you used to the basics of making a good sound.
Don't forget about the free voice lesson video course Sing Better in 3 Days!
Question: How do I make myself sound less annoying (nasal tone) when I sing?
First of all, you probably sound better than you think. Due to the way that the sound resonates off of our skull when we sing, you will sound different to yourself then you do on the outside. One way to check this out is to record yourself.
Here is a voice lesson video that will help you to create a more full/mature sound.
"Sing Like A Man" (for men and women to add fullness to their tone.)
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