Are you really trying to improve your voice or are you just hoping that your voice will reach its best condition? Do you usually use your voice in recording sessions with fear and trembling, or do you hope to be able to use your voice easily the next time? Do you sometimes think that you are fooling yourself?
So know that you are not alone! Many singers are always faced with these fears. Until they decide to be serious about their work. Until they decide not to sit still and do their own techniques and tasks with a lot of practice.
You know, many of the singers who come to us are completely unfamiliar with audio techniques. They are worried that voice exercises will cause them to lose their natural voice and lose their personal and natural voice!
I understand this fear because I had this fear myself.
The problem is that no one likes to say they need help; Everyone wants to use their innate talent. I understand this. As a result, you should be able to easily use the exercises to improve yourself. If you want to keep singing seriously, you need these exercises. Every good singer I know always does his rehearsals. These exercises are not because they are not talented, but because they are our style talent and taste. But the power of our voice does not necessarily have to be innate, but can be gained through practice. It’s like going to the gym and strengthening your body. If you want to have a strong voice, you have to practice.
Voice-making exercises (with professional voice trainers) will improve your voice and help you express more emotions through your own voice.
What effect does it really have if you practice? Like a workout 5 or 6 times a week with serious programs that will really improve your voice.