not start singing lesson with the high notes.Ligaments, muscles, must first "warm up" to acquire elasticity.To do this, start with exercises for legato and the average for the register of her voice.
Do not try to master the full range of voices during the first studies vocals.This is especially true of young people, both boys and girls.During puberty, the voice is undergoing major changes in both sexes: it becomes more rough, a distinctive shades and range.Only at the end of this period (18 years for men and 20 for women), you can fearlessly explore their full range.
Refer to the teacher.An experienced teacher, first, immediately determine the type of your voice, and secondly, will explain the boundaries of your opportunities.If you have a juicy baritone without straining your voice singing in the first octave - not only do you lose the naturalness and richness of voices, but also run the risk of parting with it at all.
defined the timbre, warm-up and preparing the voice box, go directly to the high notes.During the ascending passages create a impression that go down, not up.This method will remove the psychological grip.Lower the sound does not seem difficult to implement.
sticking out his stomach and tighten your muscles.Although the air out and instinctively want to tighten your abdominal muscles, you should do the opposite: so you will create the pressure required to support the sound.This is what is called a support.Reinforce support convenient location feet (about shoulder width), clamping the pelvic floor muscles.The back should be straight, shoulders deployed.This provision facilitates the work of the lungs as possible.
Tighten your lips, making out in public.A relaxed mouth "extinguish" the sound, it would deprive him of concentration, flight and partly intonation accuracy.Your whole body should be a musical instrument, ready to play.
direct sound forward.Do not try to increase the volume by exhaled air.Better not to worry about the volume: the sound of well-formed, even in the nuances of the piano will be heard at a great distance.