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Not enough volume

NewbieNewbie Posts: 1Member
edited April 20 in Psychology of Singing
Hey guys, I'm a total beginner at singing and I need to understand why when I sing I can't get enough volume to come out. It feels like I'm giving it my all, but it's at a very low volume no matter the pitch I sing in. In turn I feel like this is also affecting my range very much and making me sound high pitched when I do sing, that may not be the case, but I'm just guessing. If anyone has any help or tips or possibly exercises that I can do to help with this I'd very much appreciate it. Thank you!!

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  • highmtnhighmtn Posts: 9,935Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro
    We would need to see a video of you or hear a sample of you singing a scale or a short piece of a song to know what you are doing. There are a number of possible reasons why you may not be getting sufficient volume, but it's hard to guess without an example.
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