How To Make Your Voice More Exciting!
If you’ve ever read a book to a child or listen to books online, you will notice the readers rise and fall in pitch. If you read something out loud with just a monotone voice with no pitch variation, your listeners will get bored quickly. This is the same concept for singing.
Inflection has two meanings, the first is to indicate a change in grammatic function concerning a person, number, gender, ect. The second meaning (which is what we are talking about today) is related to a change in pitch or tone; the rise and fall of a singer’s pitch. Adding inflection into your singing voice adds variety and is used to emphasize what you are singing.
All singers want to avoid boring their audience; a change in your singing pitch or tone makes a vocal performance appealing to the ear. By adding the modulation or fluctuation in your voice will create a more appealing sound when you sing.
As a singer, you will keep your audience’s attention and make a connection with them by adding inflections; this gives the song some vocal variety. If you sing a song that you personally connect to and feel the emotion in the song, you will naturally sing the song with passions and inflection. This will add meaning, emotion and color to the words your sing.
The video is a perfect example of inflection (intonation) during a voice lessons with Audrey Diaz singing “God Is A Woman.”
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