How To Sing Good Part II

I hope you’ve already decided on the song 🙂
Next notice how you’re forming each and every word you are singing as you sing. Are you starting to hear something weird? Listen to the original piece of music, and see if you are forming the words in the same way that the singer is.
Make sure you are forming your vowel sounds correctly. Many times, the incorrect sound is produced when you pronounce vowels wrong while you’re singing.
Make sure that you are also enunciating your consonants properly. Pronouncing words right is a huge part of singing properly. You may have been thinking that you were unable to hit a note when the real issue was simply your pronunciation.

Breath Properly

Next you want to check your breathing. When you are breathing from your diaphragm, you want to fill your stomach up while you’re taking in air. Then when you are releasing air, while you sing, your stomach should be getting smaller. In this way, you are breathing from the lowest part of your abdominal area to sing, and that is where you have a larger store of breath. If you just breathe from your chest, you will not have enough strength to hit most notes.


When you practice your singing, you don’t have to dedicate 12 hours a day to voice exercises, annoying every member of your household. You can even just work with your voice for 5 minutes a day and you will still make improvements, (though it is recommended that you aim for at least 10 minutes or more each day). Practice also doesn’t have to be hard. It will often be very easy. Just realize that all you are doing is using the muscles that control your voice. When you use them more, you will naturally sing better. Hope you enjoy how to sing good article here.