There are certain singing placement techniques that will give you more freedom and a better tone when you sing.
Watch this video to learn how to "place your sound" more correctly.
Singing technique goes beyond increasing your vocal range. This is the balance between creating resonance, and steady tone while eliminating tension in your vocal cords.
This is a valuable technique for experienced and amateur singers alike so that they can assess their progress while training and develop better fluidity as well as professional timbre in their voices.
We all form different ways of singing and the natural way for you to sing is to find your “mask." This is important so refine your voice to produce a sound that is really healthy.
Many people have the potential to be great singers, but because they were told that they couldn't learn to sing, they never tried. And yet, there are people who were thought to be born with great voices who learned how to sing using the same techniques.
Nobody will ever be too young or old to learn provided you have the right motivation. With just a few lessons using the proper singing techniques, you will discover that you can sing. In time, you will be able to develop your beautiful voice.
If you study singing for the first time, Roger Burnley will show you some exercises in this video to help you find your true sound.
Remember the adage "Practice makes perfect." Be patient and continue to train your voice until you can create a sound that is natural to you without straining your cords.
Singing begins and ends with the breath. Start learning to control your diaphragm as well as your cheeks, lips, and jaw positioning.
After you have mastered this technique, check out the other videos that will help you improve your voice.