A good place to start is to pay some attention to how your singing voice comes across. Many things can affect the voicing of your voice. Some of the most common things you may notice about your singing voice include:
Inability to produce a high pitched whistle, as opposed to low pitched or guttural squeaks, and high pitched squeaks are more common
Inability to produce a squeaky or metallic tone of voice
Inability to produce a high pitched tone or whistle
Inability to produce an airy or “plucked” sound that is typically associated with female singers like Taylor Swift and Katy Perry
Inability to produce a low pitched whistle
Poor articulation can create a vocal tinnitus
Poor voice-controlling technique often results in a loud or harsh voice
Poor pitch control or vocal range
Vocal tone issues
The voice you have is your most important tool in the communication process. When you’re practicing your voice and you find yourself struggling with the voice, there are a number of things to try:
You might be suffering from a vocal tinnitus, which is a buzzing type of sound you can hear in the vicinity of the inner ear and head.
You might also be in need of a voice coach, with the best option being a trained voice coach that is experienced in coaching male singers.
If you’re struggling to master a low pitch or squeaky voice, then try singing with a smaller volume, and don’t be afraid to use a lower voice. A softer sound will make it easier to practice.
Your voice is going to change, and if you are constantly changing the voice, then it’s easier to keep practicing and getting better.
Your voice is going to change, and if you are continually changing the voice, then it’s easier to keep practicing and getting better. You are going to have more time to practice more. You are going to have more time to practice more.
If you do this carefully, you will find yourself improving your vocal talent even more quickly and more frequently.
Don’t try to be everything you aren’t. Some of the things you do could be giving off a vocal tone that you don’t like, such as excessive vibrato, too much breathiness, or a lower timbre.
If you tend to get stuck singing with a lot of breathiness then try slowing down your singing.
If you don’t have good artic