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How To Vocally Style Your Voice

  • Accenting
  • Styling
  • Comfortability & Avoiding Strain

Genres There are many important muscles that contribute to vocal quality. There are the cheeks, nose, lips, jaw, soft palate, diaphragm, and tongue.

All of these muscles require consistent work to grow. The tongue muscles, however, tend to be the most neglected.

Your tongue muscles help you articulate and pronounce with speed. Tongue muscles can take longer to develop considering we use this muscle for speech everyday.

Mastering the control of your tongue muscles can give you a lot of style when it comes to singing.

Lastly, using your tongue muscles properly can help prevent vocal strain and uncomfortability.

Accenting

Genres Articulation and pronunciation are important when it comes to singing fast paced songs. Without developed tongue muscles, rap and pop songs are harder to sing.

Accenting is when you add an accent to your voice. In cases where you sing a song from someone with an accent. You can perfect this by copying the same vowel sounds as the singer.

Don’t worry! With enough drilling, songs that have a lot of lyrics crammed into a verse will get easier with familiarity.

Try practicing the words slow, and increasing your speed until you are singing at your desired pace. The more you practice with, the more versatile you will be.

Everybody makes mistakes singing things super fast, the question is. Are you spending enough time to prevent any lyrical mistakes?

Styling

Genres Vocal style is determined by the artist. This can be contributed by what you listened to as a kid.

There are a lot of singers that use their tongue to create tighter, more nasally sounds. These sounds bring a different tonality and sense of style.

Amy Winehouse, Erykah Badu, Adele, Shakira, Debarge, all of these artists use just the right placement, on the right words to make them sound smooth and silky.

When using your tongue muscles think about the vowels, on each vowel you lower your jaw, try to lower your tongue with it.

You want to create space towards the back of the tongue between the roof of your mouth. This way your air can freely travel out without getting caught.

Lowering your tongue can give you fuller vocals. Whereas having your tongue sit higher, will bring you more nasally sounds.

Comfortability & Avoiding Strain

Vocal strain can sometimes be caused by keeping your tongue high in the back of your throat for long periods of time.

It is easier to get into a groove if you are comfortable. Think of something that takes you to a place and sing the song from that pov.

When singers use there tongue to create the nasally sounds, its usually on specific words, but it is not overused.

Overusing the nasal technique can lead to strain as your air has less space to travel out. Especially as you move to higher notes that require more push and space.

Try song mapping specific words that you will make sound nasally so you don’t run into vocal strain.

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