Church How can I sing like a professional?

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Stalwart23

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TIPS ON HOW TO SING LIKE A PROFESSIONAL

1. Warm up your body before your voice.
Aerobic exercise is a great way to warm up before singing. When your body is energized, your voice responds faster. You’ll know you’re warm when you start to sweat.

2. Release tension.
Tension is a singer’s worst enemy. Yoga or deep stretching before you sing will show you where you’re holding tension. Don’t hold your breath and try to push past your limit. Gently exhale deeper into each stretch. Your mouth and jaw should open and close freely, your facial muscles, lips, tongue, neck, and shoulders should move without tension, and your eyes should be relaxed and alive.

3. Don’t “take” a breath when singing.
When we speak, we don’t run out of breath in the middle of our sentences and we don’t actively “take” a breath before we speak. Our body knows how much air we need because it responds to what we want to say. In much of our vocal register, the same rules apply. Actively “taking” a breath to sing can cause tension in your chest, shoulders, and neck. Think your thought and you’ll have the air you need for the phrase you need to sing.

4. Don’t hold your breath before you sing.
Read any sentence in this article out loud. Done? Notice you didn’t hold your breath and you exhaled as you spoke. Now sing that sentence. It should feel the same. If you took a breath and held it right before you sang, you’re causing tension by doing too much. Just say what you have to sing.

5. Open your mouth.
If you’re not holding your breath you’ll feel an instant connection to your belly moving in and out. If this feels like it does when you’re yawning, you’re open wide enough. At least two fingers’ width between your teeth is a good position for singing.

6. Remain relaxed.
Keep a slack jaw (open mouth), fat tongue, loose jaw, lips, and neck. Your head should float like a bobblehead doll.

7. Singers are athletes.
Singing is physical. You must express your passion with your who
 

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