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Playing around with Singing Pitch

A resonant speaking pitchs and range to makes your speaking voice clear and commanding which you can then apply to your singing voice. To get the most benefit from the these voice exercises work out your speaking voice so you go through each of these steps:

  1. Explore the tones and pitch you currently use when you speak.

    You need to know what sounds you currently can make before you can explore other sounds and pitches with your speaking voice.

  2. Explore chanting to find an optimum speaking pitch.

    Your optimum speaking pitch is the pitch that resonates and sounds the best in your voice.

  3. Apply that same vibrant speaking tone of your optimum speaking pitch to other pitches.

    Being able to make vibrant tones on a variety of pitches is the precursor to handling spoken text in the middle of your song or just before your song starts. Those vibrant tones also make you sound great when you have to make a presentation at work or give a speech.

  4. Work on high-energy speaking and resonance to prepare for belting.

  5. Explore belting.

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