How to Sing Better

Hey, Jay Lemon here, Total Vocal Method. A question I get asked, you know, almost more than any question is “How do I sing better?” Most singers tend to have difficulty getting coordinated in the range, getting volume, getting power and energy in their sound because they tend to do this.

I was walking down the street and my lips are kind of closed, and nothing’s really happening because it’s not really coming out of my mouth.

But if you just, uh, you’ve heard your choir teacher, if you’re in choir, open your mouth.

Oh, drop your jaw. All that’s doing is not making the sound louder. It’s just allowing more space to resonate.

The cord is vibrating. The throat in the mouth resonate. So we can improve our singing almost immediately just by letting your mouth be open. O say can you see, by the dawn’s early light

O say can you see, by the dawn’s early light. Open your mouth. I’m Jay Lemon with the Total Vocal Method. I hope that was helpful, and I’ll see you next time