This all depends on how badly you strained your voice. If you pushed your voice and there is no physical damage it can be a few days. If there is damage to the vocal folds it can take anywhere from weeks to months. You then have to make sure you don’t continue to strain because of bad vocal habits.
Singing doesn’t depend on your age. You can sing at almost any age. You talk, and these are the same muscles that control your singing. What it will depend on is your willingness to exercise your vocal muscles, your attitude and thinking positive about being able to sing. These will be necessary to start.
You can learn to sing depending on what and how you want to sing and sound. If you’re able to hit tones and follow a melody in the songs you will be surprised at how well you can sing in 6 months. This depends on whether you are building your vocal muscles with exercises and working on your songs.
This depends on how much you’re singing and how often. If you’re singing every day then rest your voice in between for 10 to 20 minutes depending on how hard you worked your voice and how tired your vocal muscles are. You can practice for 20 to 40 minutes and rest for 10 to 20 minutes and then practice again.
Yes, your voice can get stronger as you keep using the singing muscles. The more you use a muscle properly the stronger it gets. But if you keep singing and straining it will break down your voice. Just like any other muscle usage you have to have correct form.
Practice with a mic and practice acoustically. Both have benefits you can use as a singer. When you sing in a room with just your sound and not being amplified you start building more strength. It causes you to project your voice. Your awareness of your muscles is heightened.
These terms are for the different areas and sounds your voice makes. There are muscular changes to make these different sounds or to transition from one to another as well. Chest Voice is sung lower in your range and is dominant there. If you make a loud and low sound you are in Chest Voice.
The year is just starting and off to the races we go. Do you feel the push to do and be something more? What if we do better at what we already do and not reinvent the wheel? Then again, do you want to challenge yourself and set goals? Here’s what you need to make them happen: Your Why.
As we prepare for Christmas and Hanukkah is in full swing, gift buying, family gatherings, and parties for all sorts of people in our lives can put added pressure on your plate. If you can find a moment or a few moments to care for yourself, it will pay off.
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