Top 5 Mistakes Singers Make - Part 1: Your Relationship with Your Voice
Part one of this series looks at the first mistake singers of all levels make.
With the best of intentions and a strong desire to sing songs well, we often neglect taking the time to build a relationship with our instrument aka voice and go straight to controlling and correcting it instead of letting it flow freely and how it is meant to be used.
We jump in wanting to control our voice before we even understand it.
You don't need to be a voice science nerd to understand how your voice works for YOU.
Just being able to relate comfortably to how different notes feel when you sing them, where your breaks are and when to transition, you'll be able to get so much more from your voice.
In the latest episode of the Rock Your Voice podcast I give you a very simple exercise that will allow you to build a great relationship with your voice and vocal range immediately!
It's so important to relax and allow your voice to move freely through your range so that you can truly feel how it works when it is relaxed and in its best state.
Singing is fun and should always feel comfortable. Pushing and straining means you are working against your instrument.
Whether you are a beginner singer or an experienced singer it's always good to check in with your voice by singing in a very relaxed way and letting your instrument show YOU how it can work when you aren't forcing it to do things! You'll truly surprise yourself!
If you have any questions or need help with this please reach out! Follow @rockitvocalstudios on instagram for more tips and be sure to listen to the next episode about how Practice Makes PERMANENT!
Good luck! Keep Rocking Your Voice!