The Singing Voice: How To Get The Best Tone

The singing voice is a powerful instrument that has the ability to move people in ways nothing else can. The tone of your voice can have an impact on how you are perceived by others, and this is true whether you’re speaking or singing. The best way to get the most pleasing sound from your voice is through practice and training. In this blog post we’ll cover some of the basics for getting a great tone when you sing! For more information, visit

The tone of your voice is made up of three things:

  • intensity,
  • pitch and
  • timbre.

Each has its own qualities that can change the way you are perceived by others. For instance, a low pitched sound will often feel more masculine than high pitched sounds which tend to be viewed as feminine because they’re higher in frequency. The best thing for singers to do is train their voices so they have control over these elements!

Two main aspects of vocal training

There are two main aspects when it comes to working on vocal training: the physical aspect and the mental/emotional aspect. The first includes taking care of what goes into our bodies like eating right, drinking plenty of water and getting enough sleep while also making sure we limit substances (like cigarettes) that could damage our vocal cords. The second aspect, the mental/emotional side, is a little less tangible and often includes things like knowing how to use your voice properly as well as developing techniques for controlling it that will help you in performance situations.

The best way to get control over your singing voice is through training and practice! By following these tips you’ll be on your way to sounding great when you sing:

Know where your pitch falls

This means understanding what notes are comfortable for you (you can do this by tracking them with an app or memorizing scales) so once it comes time to perform in front of others they won’t have any surprises about what’s coming next. The best note range for singers fall between A and B.

The best way to control the intensity of your voice is by adding or subtracting breath support. You can do this by changing how much air you use when singing (think of it like blowing up a balloon). The more air, the louder your sound will be but don’t forget about controlling that volume!

The tone in which you sing also has a lot to do with timbre and pitch. Make sure to experiment with different sounds as well as vary them throughout your song so listeners have something new to enjoy each time they listen!

Range and Resonance

Some other things for singers to think about are whether they want better range or better resonance and if they care what kind of vocal cords they have (such as “smooth” or “bumpy”). The range of a singing voice is the distance between where it starts and finishes, while resonance refers to how long sound stays in your body. The kind of vocal cords you have determines whether they are smooth (flexible) or bumpy (varying levels of thickness). The best way for singers to improve their range is by using breathing exercises that make them sing higher than normal. This will help train the folds inside their larynx so they can go lower when needed!

For example, take these three phrases:

“I want my vocals to be smoother.”

“My voice sounds better at different pitches.”

“I use too much air which decreases my volume”.

These all illustrate different aspects of the vocal tone that you might want to work on, but keep in mind that it’s not always possible for everyone to change these things. The best thing is understanding your voice and what works for you!

Finally, don’t be afraid to try new things if something doesn’t seem right then experiment with a few other techniques until you find one that does. This will help build your confidence as well as make sure you give yourself some options should anything happen (like losing your voice) which prevents you from being able to sing or speak like normal. The more comfortable we are singing or speaking publicly the less nervous we’ll feel and this helps us sound our best!