Many singers ask how to sing louder. This is something that many people struggle with especially after they start singing on stage and they don’t feel their singing is powerful enough. There are a few things you can do to develop some volume. (One coach, Jamie Vendera, can break glass with his voice! You Can See His Course Here.)
First, just like most things in singing, are you breathing correctly? If not, look at some of the articles on this site regarding correct breathing for singers. If you’re breathing and singing from your diaphragm, you are naturally going to have more range in your volume and the great thing is you won’t even have to try harder. It’s amazing how you can easily learn how to sing louder once you start singing with proper technique from the diaphragm. Your new breathing technique from the diaphragm can be practiced all day long while you are consciously breathing. Once this healthy breathing pattern is established you will feel it naturally take place while you sing.
You can also start singing more with resonance. You can actually feel your face vibrate when you are singing and practicing certain notes. That’s resonance inside your face and it’s totally natural for singers. I think it actually feels great when I notice my resonance vibrations and I’m singing. If you can develop this resonance more it produces more volume naturally. It’s almost like your building up energy within yourself and that high energy is slowly being released with your improved control when singing. The resonance build up and the correct, deep breathing from your lower diaphragm is a lot of energy and it packs a punch for your singing.
These two things really help you get louder. I hope this article has helped you. You can really learn to have more volume up on stage or singing anywhere else with a comfortable level of effort once you know proper technique. Now you know a couple of things to help you learn how to sing louder.