In today’s post i want to focus on the topic – how to sing better for girls. I have previously written a post that talked about how to sing better for guys, but today it’s the girls turn. If you find you have a limited vocal range, and you struggle to hit those high notes, then this could be the article for you.
Even though male and female voices do differ, both sexes suffer from the same fundamental vocal issues, and they both have to learn how to mix the voice correctly in order to achieve a consistent vocal line.
Lets get started then……
How To Sing Better For Girls – The Main Issue
You can think of this as taking the lower notes up into the middle and upper registers of the voice, instead of letting resonance take over and letting the voice coordinate on its own.
Modern female singers who sing mainly in the lower range will tend to drive the voice like males do, while higher female singers can bring too much upper register down into the middle and lower registers of the voice.
Bringing too much upper register down into the middle and lower registers generally tends to make the lower notes sound weak, and can then result in the tendency to drive the lower notes to make them sound bigger.
Sopranos who don’t have a very strong lower register will tend to bring to much upper down into the middle of their voice.
Modern pop/rock/R&B/Gospel singers though, will generally struggle to sing above a D5 due to the fact that they are driving the voice just like male singers do.
Modern female singers have very limited ranges due to the fact that they have never properly developed their top notes. You can hear many female singers move into a “falsetto” like sound as they get up around D5 and above.
As I have mentioned in previous posts, all singers have to learn how to coordinate the voice as they shift between registers.
The same “bottleneck” (from C4 to C5 on a piano), plagues all singers no matter the gender or voice type. In other words, this is a universal problem that all singers need to master.
So, how do we learn to navigate this treacherous group of 8 notes that can cause so many problems.
How To Sing Better For Girls – The Answer
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Supporting properly closes the vocal cords by reflex action, freeing up the larynx to make the necessary adjustments to the vocal cords to create the pitch.
If you support properly, you should be free from any interference by the swallowing muscles and any other muscles that should not be involved in singing.
Supporting correctly also allows the resonance chambers to reinforce the pitches, giving you more than enough vocal power and tone without having to “manufacture” the sound to make it bigger.
If you sing this way, you should be able to sing consistently from the bottom to the top of your range, without any cracks, breaks or slipping into a “falsetto” style sound as you sing higher.
You should also be able to access your head voice and increase your range.
How To Sing Better For Girls – Summary
In this article I wanted to explore the topic of how to sing better for girls. The interesting thing is that the issues are the same, no matter to the voice type or gender, and the solution is the same as well.
You could gain the answer to the problem whether you read the guys article or the girls article.
I hope you have found this article informative and you know have a little more knowledge that you can apply to your singing.
I wish you success in all your singing endeavors.