Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Voice/Vocal Power. How to acquire the most of it.
Quite a few people do not possess a good volume of their voices, especially while speaking. They do not necessarily have any kind of a problem with their voices, with the exception of low volume and unclear pronunciation of their words.
They usually speak softly and from the “middle of their throat”, so to speak. That means that the projection of their voices is, almost, non-existent, therefore, the annunciation and pronunciation of their words does not have any clarity.
It is extremely hard to understand these people, even though most of the times; they speak the same language as everybody else. However, if on top of that they happen to be immigrants, in that case, to understand them becomes virtually impossible.
By utilizing the Vocal Science technique, which promotes the placement of the human voice, (speaking and/or singing), in the set of the sinus cavities, working in full conjunction and coordination with the abdominal muscles, the individual acquires a much fuller, more bodied, and thus louder and clearer sounding voice. Since the voice has been moved out of the chest and a vocal box out on the surface, the sound becomes much more present and could literally fly to further destinations.
The voice now is bouncing off of the upper pallet and behind the upper molars, while concurrently being supported by the upper back muscles, which in turn help to support the rib cage muscles, responsible for the width and body of the sound, and the lower abdominal muscles, which are responsible for the lift and height of the voice, being flown by the proper breath supply from underneath of the sound to serve as a fuel for the whole voice/vocal delivery.
Then, and only then, the speaker or the singer will, in a manner of speaking, ‘own’ their voice, in the full understanding of that word. That means that the volume of the voice will be adequate enough, the clarity will be sufficient and the pain or strain on the vocal anatomy will be non-existent.
Our motto is; work smart, not hard, and with the minimum effort, produce the designed and maximum desired result!