A poor singer can be identified, for example, by the way they sing. You need strong vocal support for your singing in order to improve your singing voice. This enables you to produce strong, steady notes that are good and clear. You become a stronger and better singer when you have vocal support. Additionally, it enables you to sing some passages and songs more effectively by enabling you to create a broad tone as opposed to one that sounds thin and feeble. A good singer must also have a voice that can produce a strong broad tone, though you may occasionally prefer to sing with a weak-sounding voice to best suit a particular song. Having all of your bases covered is preferable. Vocal support results from a combination of proper breathing technique, good posture (a hunched back is not conducive to good support! ), and general practice and development, all of which help you sing better. Over time, this will also help you hit those high notes more easily and they’ll sound better. Another obvious indication of poor singing is that many people are either belting out every note or singing so softly that you might not even be able to hear them. The listener either goes deaf or gets frustrated trying to hear. In either case, make sure to sing loudly enough to keep their interest. To sound like a good singer, you must learn how to sing loudly enough. In order to complement the other musicians and please your audience, the volume must match the music, vary appropriately with the musical phrasing, and be at the proper level overall. Your ability to sing at a comfortable volume and improve will be greatly aided by vocal control.