All you need is love.
** Never underestimate the power of warm-ups. Practising your scales can be boring, but it helps exercise your singing muscles, strengthen your voice and extend your range and your sense of pitch.
** Are you singing too high or too low? Sing in a comfortable pitch so you will not strain your voice and damage your vocal cords.
** Record yourself singing, or sing in front of others. This is the best way to hear your problems, and then use others’ comments about your voice, constructively, to improve.
** Eat healthy and drink plenty of water to keep your throat well hydrated. Avoid caffeine, and dairy products (they cause mucous build-up). And avoid smoking and too much alcohol as this can affect your singing voice.
** Experiment singing your songs in different genres, or in styles of different singers. Notice what is special about each style of music and emulate those. If you are singing country, listen to country singers etc… Or speak with singers established in that genre. Do not simply copy another singer’s voice; keep your voice unique; allow your personality and your voice to shine through the music.
Forever in Love by a1