Music and singing are two well-loved forms of art. Practically everyone loves to listen to music. As with singing, everyone, regardless if he or she is a perfect singer or can only sing a few correct notes, definitely need to sing the National Anthem or the Happy Birthday song. Being able to sing in good tunes is a dream for most people and there are some very useful tips which you can all use to improve your singing voice. With a singing voice that sounds good enough, you are sure to feel confident and even wow everyone.
To improve your singing voice, you need to put your arms a bit away from the body in a relaxed manner when singing or hands may be clasped in front. This way the ribcage is free to expand and the lungs may fill up to its capacity. The more air means stronger and clearer voice.
Your feet should also be as far apart as the shoulders. One foot can be placed slightly forward. You need to be sure you are in total balance as you stand. Knees must also be a little bent. If sitting, the two feet should both be flat on the floor and one foot apart from each other.
Remember to relax if you wish to improve your singing voice. The shoulders must not be hunched and the neck must not be tensed. Keep slightly in motion (such as swaying from each side to the other) to make yourself relax and the voice sounding natural. Breathe in as usual without forcing up the chest so as not to limit the flow of air.
Push out the stomach when inhaling so the lungs will be optimally filled. In exhaling, the stomach should be slowly brought in through the diaphragm muscles for controlling the vocal tone.
When you have hit on high note or having sung a note which is somehow very low, put your arms up slightly higher and then make yourself show a faint smile. With too high notes, try to close the eyes and face up a little.