#1
Yes, I posted in the singing thread, 2 days ago, and got no reply.

When I sing, it is often very quiet and thin sounding, how do I achieve a more full, rich sound to my voice?
#4
Sing through your diaphragm.
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Last edited by guitarmaniac327 at Aug 24, 2009,
#7
Quote by The_Clansman_
Diaphragm


Thats it I fixed it.
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#8
try a single singing lesson? the teacher may give you a quick, handy pointer.
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#9
use your diphragm
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#12
Take deep breaths, try not to sound 'airy' or winded, and use your diaphragm (chest/ stomach) to breath out, and breath out more forcefully then you would just talking.

I took chorus.

slayingedit:

Posture is pretty important too.
Last edited by SlayingDragons at Aug 24, 2009,
#13
Diaphragm as stated, but if you are sounding thin as in nasal focus on pushing the air straight out your mouth from your throat, as opposed to through the nasal passages. And the way you move/open your mouth is more important than you think. And don't be afraid to use A LOT of volume - that's when you get into your "head-tone."