Expert Tips On Finding Your Natural Singing Voice

Anyone who enjoys belting out a tune, whether it is in the shower, at a karaoke bar, or at an open mic night, knows that there might be some songs in their repertoire that showcase their proficient skills, whereas they might struggle with other songs to stay on pitch. It benefits both professional and amateur singers alike to find their natural voice and exercise it because each person has a unique sound that differs from everyone else’s.

Moreover, if we actively seek this voice, we are more likely to gain confidence in our sound and improve upon our singing skills. If you want to exercise your talent, then follow these expert tips to find your natural singing voice.

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Breathe And Relax

Being mindful of your breathing is vital to find your authentic sound. Breathing allows you to introduce air to your lungs, which in turn, helps you sustain a note. Breathing also helps you to relax, which ensures you will not resort to straining your voice and damaging your vocal cords. A relaxed mind and body will help you find and love the sound of your own voice.


Exercises need to be performed in order to find your singing voice. However, this will involve more than just vocal exercises. It also requires using a good singing posture. The vocal coaches at explained that a singer’s body is their instrument, and the right posture will help lead you to your natural voice. There are certain positions and exercises you will need to learn:

The Half-Windmill

This is the first position that experts will introduce you to. It consists of standing with your legs shoulder-length apart while keeping your knees unlocked. Initially, both arms should be held on either side of your body.

Then, you would lift your arms out and straight up towards the ceiling, above your head, while taking a deep breath. As you perform this exercise, you should feel your lungs and upper rib cage expanding as you lift those arms. The expansion of the lungs allows you to take in more air.

Vocal Exercise

This is where you add your vocal exercise by making a hissing sound as you begin to exhale. Continue to hiss for five to ten seconds as you roll down your spine towards your toes and remain in a bent-over position.

Keep your knees unlocked and breathe slowly as you release the air through your hissing. The hiss must last throughout the exercise in order to control the air when you sing. Release all your air, and then roll your body back upright slowly.

The Ragdoll

This exercise boosts relaxation. It improves upon your posture and reduces stress and tension in the upper body. The Ragdoll position ensures singers feel vibrations on the face while singing upside down in the dropped position. These vibrations become your body’s resonance speaker.

Moreover, the posture of your spine also contributes by using the cervical vertebrae, the lumbar vertebrae, and the thoracic vertebrae. This involves standing with good posture just like in the half-windmill position; the legs should be shoulder-length apart with knees unlocked.

Then, roll down your spine, with your chin tucked into your chest as your arms reach towards your toes and allow your arms to remain there, dangling as the goal here is to avoid tension. Stay in this position for roughly five to ten seconds.

Vocal Exercise

You now add an “ing” sound for your vocal exercise while in the bent-over position. Once you vocalize the “ee” sound, prolong the “ng” as this sound allows the singer to feel the vibrations on the face. This technique is called “the mask”, and the tone should be comfortable: not too high or low for you.

Be mindful of your breathing throughout the exercise as you release all the tension in your body. Slowly roll back up towards the ceiling, one vertebra at a time; it also helps to count to 8 on your way up to pace yourself as you do not want to rush the process. Once you are upright, you are now ready to start singing as you have positioned the alignment of your body.

If you love singing, then you are already on the right track. Refrain from allowing negative criticism to discourage you. Be open to advice as long as it is constructive, and do not compare yourself to others.

The goal is to find your own authentic voice. So take care of your vocal cords, hydrate your throat with room-temperature water, and, most importantly,  believe in yourself. Your natural voice is there, so find it, and own it!

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