“I tried to express my childhood in my music..”singer Meseret Belete

When it comes to singing, there aren’t many strict guidelines. Most singers are able to sense and hear their weak points. Your voice is probably in good shape if it sounds and feels good. Something is off if it sounds good but feels bad. A vocalist needs to be perfectly aligned in their posture to breathe effectively while singing. As the lungs expand outward and downward, the rib cage must be open, lifted, and strong, and the inhalation must go deep into the torso. During inhalation, the abdominal muscles should release slightly forward and downward while still working to keep the chest lifted and open. While making sung sounds during exhalation, the ribs should remain raised and open while the abdominal muscles slowly and steadily contract and lift. The head ought to be level and away from the torso. With the knees unlocked, the legs should be separated by shoulder width. The spine should feel stretched out and the weight should be slightly forward over the balls of the feet. The upper chest should always be lifted and open, but it shouldn’t rise during inhalation. The neck should also be loose.
Your mouth and jaw should be able to open and close naturally, your facial muscles should be free to move, and your eyes should be open and lively. At least five times per week, a good singer should practice for 30 to 45 minutes. Taking singing lessons from a skilled instructor who has a proven track record of success and in-depth knowledge of vocal function and health is the best way to avoid abusing your voice. When singing, the teacher should sound good.

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