How to Sing With Power
If you’re wondering how to sing with power, then you’ve come to the right place. In fact, singing with power is actually very simple. The problem with most singers when it comes to singing are the following symptoms:
Doubting When Trying To Sing With Power
Doubting when singing is very common especially with beginners. When singing, you have to be in a relaxed state so that as you climb higher notes in your current vocal range, you slowly add more power to your voice. Don’t think that you can’t sing hit that “one” notes or achieve the level of power you want. You have to trick your mind to be in an absolutely calm environment. By achieving this, you will be able to overcome 90% of all the barriers that exist in singing.
Restriction of Air Flow
Mental barriers are in the same category as “doubt”, but I separated the two in this case because of the importance that I will discuss in a few moments. But the key importance here is to identify that in order to sing notes with power, you need to airflow from your lungs, not restrict it!.
Physically Trying To Push Air Out When Singing:
This is not a smart idea because what you’re doing is placing your larynx under high stress which can lead to vocal strain. Use the tip I’ve mentioned before to overcome this bad habit. Your larynx is not a muscle where you can simply put physical strain on it hoping that someday it will pay off. The only thing that will pay off will be vocal nodes, and those aren’t fun.