Sing Like Yourself
Edited by Toradze, VisiHow, Eng
Hi! You're watching VisiHow. This is a video tutorial series on how to sing. In the previous tutorial, we discussed why you should not shout or yell when singing. In this tutorial, we will teach you how to sing like yourself.
- 1Throughout history, many people have tried to imitate other persons' singing.Imitation occurs owing to the belief that another person's singing is great. While imitation and role models may be good for inspiration and happiness, it can also be very destructive for your own voice, especially if you haven't built a good technique and proper structure for your voice to be like another person's.Advertisement
- 2Professional singers spend decades developing and strengthening their own voice to the beautiful standard of their own.You may not be able to imitate it as the voice has been forged throughout years of training and unique care for each person. The care included training, taking care of, warming up, etc. Ultimately, if you attempt to sing like someone else, you are risking damaging your own voice. In order to sing like yourself, you need to be comfortable with your own voice. Be happy with the kind of voice you have and take care of it to be closer to the standard of your role models by building up the support system. Train to develop a clear, resonant sound in your own voice. Every time you train, you may be closer to your goals. It is important to sing like yourself as everyone is different: we all have our unique voice and its range. A baritone might not sing like a tenor, soprano, or bass. If you have a limited range, do not try to radically get out of it. Yet, you must be happy with what you gain and have.AdvertisementAdvertisement
This was a video tutorial on how to sing like yourself. Please make sure to view our next tutorial on how to use a crescendo while singing. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the section below. Thank you for watching VisiHow!
Video: Sing Like Yourself
Categories : Music
Recent edits by: VisiHow, Toradze