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In this video, you’re going to learn how to build vocal strength so that your voice shocks those around you.

Welcome to my channel, Learn To Sing Better, my name is Randy Rope.

In a moment I’m going to show you how to build vocal strength.

And if you stay with me all the way, I’m also going to reveal how to build stamina and reduce vocal fatigue.

Every singer wants more vocal power when they perform on stage.

The number of breathy or soft singers out there is staggering.

Most beginner singers have a light voice because they have no clue how to increase their singing power naturally.

Having a breathy voice is a vocal effect that you should use at times.

But if you want praises when you walk off stage, you need a voice that can shake someone’s soul.

There are so many benefits to singing louder while holding a tune.

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Singers with more power usually have better vocal tone, range, and control.

There’s nothing more exciting than a great vocalist singing a note with tons of vocal power behind it.

The little secret about vocal power is that it’s easy to get when you use the right vocal exercises.

Unfortunately, we’ve all seen that singer that just strains and pushes their voice to get more vocal power.

The truth is that real vocal power comes from using the natural power that’s already in your voice.

Forcing those notes out rarely sounds good, it’s like forcing a square peg into a round hole.

But we love the singers that get that easy power into their sound!

Singing power is the most in-demand skill a singer can have.

If you sing Rock, Pop or R&B songs then having a powerful voice is a must.

When you audition for a musical, vocal power is a requirement.

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But how do you increase your singing power, while holding a tune?

Try this ‘5-Tone Count’ exercise to add power to your sound.

Using the natural power of your speaking voice is the easiest way to increase your singing power.

First, I’ll give you the bullet points on how to do this exercise, then a live demonstration.

  1. Say the numbers ‘1, 2, 3, 4, 5’ out loud at a strong volume.
  2. Next, locate a comfortable note at the bottom of your voice (guys should try C3, and ladies G3) and speak-sing the word “One” on that note.
  3. And, finally, speak-sing the numbers 1 through 5 on a 5-Tone scale, while keeping every note as strong as you would speak it.

Try the 5-Tone “Gee” exercise to increase your vocal power and range.

In this warm-up, you’ll switch from a single vowel/consonant combination in order to boost your vocal strength.

For this one, you’ll use a “G” consonant with an “E” vowel in order to gain more power.

That’s because the “G” sound closes the vocal cords completely.

First, I’ll give you the bullet points on how to do this exercise, then a live demonstration.

  1. Say the word “Gee” out loud at a strong volume.
  2. Next, find a comfortable note at the bottom of your voice (guys should try C3, and ladies G3) and sing the word “Gee” on the note with the same strength as you were speaking it.
  3. Finally, speak-sing the “Gee” on the same 5-Tone scale I showed you in the last exercise.

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Finally, I want you to try the Octave Repeat Bratty “Nae” “Nae” “Nae”

It’s easy to find more singing power on the lower notes in your voice.

It’s a lot harder to sing with power at the higher sounds.

That’s because your vocal cords stretch out more when you’re singing high notes.

And when your vocal cords stretch, they don’t vibrate as powerfully as when you sing lower notes.

First, I’ll give you the bullet points on how to do this exercise, then a live demonstration.

  1. Say the word “Nae” (like “Nasty”) out loud in kind of a bratty, teasing way.
  2. Next, find a comfortable starting note (guys try E3 and ladies C#4) and sing the bratty “Nae” on that note.
  3. Finally, sing an octave repeat scale where you take each note of the melody and replace it with the bratty “Nae” sound.

What’s also great about these exercises is that they also help you build stamina and reduce vocal fatigue.


Randy Rope
Randy Rope

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