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How can I increase the stability of voice?

AyushAyush Member Posts: 30
Hey guys, there's this problem that I am facing right now with singing. I can sing in pitch for the most part but my voice or notes are very unstable (the caprino vibrato that ken talks about) so when I hear myself in recordings even though I'm on pitch I don't like the sound.

I know it's gotta do with support but what are some specific exercises I can do every day to get better at this.

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  • VocalityVocality 2.0 PRO Posts: 1,560
    Hi @Ayush

    Firstly post these links for you review and practice





    Getting the correct technique on diaphragmatic support first is the most important foundation and the we train our scales incorporating support. Through time we develop strength through the training. Ken’s KTVA singing course goes into more detail on support would recommend joining if you can but a lot can be learned from his YouTube tutorial videos.

    George

  • LindseyBeanLindseyBean 2.0 PRO Posts: 147
    If you mean you want your voice to be full and strong holding a note (without making it sound shaky or too much vibrato) obviously support is important but a little trick I do to help is when you're standing and ready for the note; when you sing the vowel open your arms out in front of you (like an opera singer) and focus on pushing the sound straight forward. A lot of singing is us in our heads (aside from the obvious technique etc). I find this little trick can help when I get nervous and my long notes come out shakey
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