How to Grow Your Voice - Create more sustained tone when you Sing

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How To Grow Your Voice - Create More Sustained Tone When You Sing

16th February 2017

This video will give you practical advice on how to grow your voice; exercises to help your Vowels expand and to help you sustain good vocal tone.

This video will give you practical advice on how to grow your voice; exercises to help your Vowels expand and to help you sustain a good vocal tone.

How to Grow Your Voice - Create a sustained tone when you sing

How to grow your voice - create a more sustained tone when you sing. With free checklist.

How to Grow Your Voice - Create a sustained tone when you Sing

What do you think is the worst thing about being a Singer?

For me, it's not practising and feeling like your Voice is not getting anywhere.


It's not even how expensive it can be to chase your dream; auditions, scores, accommodation, clothing, flights, aaarrrggghh!

No, the thing that is the worst for me is that many Singers (and some teachers) can't explain why something sounds good in their Voice or how they have a good technique. 

Some people "just do it" and it comes out sounding like cashmere.  It's so annoying!!

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Part of the frustration people experience with trying to grow their Voice isn't actually anything to do with their voice; it's their mindset that's holding them back.

If you can't separate 'Speaking mode' and 'Singing mode' in your head, then your Singing technique is always going to sound speech-like and disjointed.


We are here to increase your options as a Singer. 

So, depending on what you are singing you can choose to sing in a short, detached way to express anger, OR you choose to sing with a far more fluid, smooth vocal line because you are expressing love, anguish or sorrow.  

(If you would like a bit more info on your Singing Technique, click here )

In an ideal situation, the way you perform shouldn't be limited by your Singing technique.

With a good technique, you gain many more options.  You select depending on the appropriateness to the song you are performing.

Today I want to give you practical advice on what exercises can start you off on this journey.  

There's even one here you can do with a friend!


One of the most important things you can do when learning to Sing is to think of Singing as a new language.

Yes, you are probably singing in your native tongue most of the time.

But the approach to how you shape particular words can be COMPLETELY different to how you would approach them while speaking.

Music truly is a language of its own.

Not only that, it's one of the best things you can do in order to improve your overall cognitive ability.  

When you work hard in Music, it acts as a catalyst.

Study Music, and you will also improve your academic ability in all other study areas.

I could go on and on and on about the benefits of music, but I'll leave that for another time!


How did you feel after this blog post? Tell me, what aspects helped you on your journey? 

Is there anything you feel we should include that we have overlooked?

Jayne x