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Smule Tuesday Tips – How to sing powerfully without straining your voice

Smule Tuesday Tips 

Smule Tuesday Tips is part of a new program that we are super excited to be launching today: Smule Inspire. Through shared performances, tips, guest blog posts by veteran users, we hope that Smule Inspire will do just as its name implies: inspire all users in the community – to connect, collaborate, and create music together … ultimately to have the best experience possible on Smule.

Smule Tuesday Tips and Smule’s community:

 “For me, it’s mostly diaphragmatic singing that helps me power out my vocals. And doing warm-up exercises helps me avoid straining my voice.” – Aileen Adamos
 “Def warm up. You don’t want to go right into singing a power ballad without doing at least a few vocal exercises so you’re not straining to hit that Mariah Carey note! Also, learning how to have proper breath control, pushing from your diaphragm, knowing when to stop pushing the air, etc.” – Drea Frederick
 “Breath control! Place the back of your hand lightly on your throat while singing and work to release any tension you feel, which helps ease the strain. Move that energy into your diaphragm to generate the power and the range ” – Jeffrey Graham

 “For me it’s 3 steps. Hydrating, warm-up, and breath control. Also practice, your vocal cords have muscle memory therefore the more you practice the more your vocal cords get used to the moments you “power”. – Lo Asbre

 “1. deep breath (into your belly, not breast)
2. good stand or sit with legs in a comfortable position.
3. Warm-up your voice with some easy songs not too high or too low.
4. Then sing whatever you feel like, repeat as often you need until it sounds like you want it 😁
5. Don’t force your voice into high or deep to get a soar throat. Stop before that happen 😁
6. Have fun to try & to teach yourself.
7. if you still don’t have an idea how to sing more powerfully, watch some teaching Youtube videos or take some singing lessons with a teacher.”  – Nadine Petitat
 “I agree with all of the above, but, I believe that most important, is placement of the Larynx and singing with forwarding sound. When you want to belt, the sound must be placed at the front of your face. Almost like you want to whine it out but then make sure your soft pallatt is up so it doesn’t sound nasally.


 “Hopefully, that makes a little sense… 😬😬😬” – Tamara Cox

 “The death of my vocal cords. 💀💀💀💀💀💀” – Mike Scott


If you have a question you’d like to ask or even a topic you’d like to learn more about, please fill out the form on the Smule Inspire page!

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