Improve the Color of the Voice

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Hi! You're watching VisiHow. This is a video tutorial series on how to sing. In the previous tutorial, we discussed how to overcome stage fright. In this tutorial, we will discuss how to improve the tone (tone color or color) of your voice.

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    Each singer has a unique voice and vocal range.
    Some have a baritone; others have a soprano. Everyone also has a different color or expression of voice, for example, melancholic or happy.
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    As singers, we need to find our voice, its color that we need for a particular phrase, role, or character, for example opera, theater, and generic vocals.
    To identify the tone color of your own voice and the ways to improve it, try finding comfortable singing niche for each pitch. Let's explain what niche is.
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    For example, there may be several different ways to sing and color do.
    As you practice singing the note, listen to yourself to find how it feels correct and comfortable to sing it. When you find the most good spot in your vocal capabilities when singing the note, you will have found the niche. Your niche will produce the best sound that you should try to go back to. This will identify your voice and your tone color.
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    Now, let's do a demonstration.
    In other tutorials, we have discussed how to breathe correctly and how to set up a proper foundation for singing. Always breathe through your nose or mouth and use the diaphragm muscles. Do not protrude your stomach but expand the diaphragm. (tutorial 1; tutorial 2; tutorial 3). Let's sing do several different ways to try to find one that sounds good. We can record ourselves or practice with a teacher to find a perfect way to sing the note: sound, intensity, articulation, breath, airflow in and out, and embouchure constitute the color of the voice. Continue practicing other notes: do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, and ti. Include the breath factor in solfeggio to identify the color. Don't close your throat or mouth. Try not to press the sound, shout, or yell and attempt to feel natural and calm when singing the particular note. Always continue to practice even with just singing vowels.
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If you have any comments, questions or concerns about tone, or color, of your voice, please leave them in the space provided below. Please make sure to view our next tutorial on how to maintain proper sitting posture while singing. Thank you for watching VisiHow!

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