7 Tips to Sing With Power and Resonance

How to Sing with Power and Resonance

When you watch singers on TV belting out high notes and then struggle to do it yourself, it can be very frustrating and at times it just seems impossible to do. However, I was able to learn how to sing with power and resonance thanks to these techniques.

7 Tips to Sing With Power and Resonance 

Tip #1 Keep your Throat Relaxed

Don’t squeeze your throat and just keep it relaxed, and at the same time you should perform warm up exercises.

Tip #2 Breath Control

power and resonanceReduce the air flow and try to find your support for your voice instead. When singing powerful tones, you need to find your support but not too much air. Drawing in too much air is one of the most common mistakes made so avoid it.

Tip #3 Balance your Resonance 

You should also learn to manage your resonance and try to redirect it in front of your face. One way to do it is by putting your finger below your nose and try to balance and shift your resonance below and above your finger. When you do this you need to make sure it does not fall in your throat. You can tell where the resonance is by the vibration.

Tip #4 Practice Volume

Chose a pitch you like and softly whine “yay” but keep your tone in place. Now swell the syllable as slowly as you can. After you reach the highest volume slowly bring the volume to the original. Now do the same with the “aa”.

Tip #5 Vocal Warm Ups

Practice doing some vocal warm ups starting at your vocal range’s lower end. Now start singing the “oooh” and slowly modify this to “aah” and raise the notes. You should also learn to sing pentascales, which are the first five notes of any major scale you want up and down.

Tip #6 Learn Your Chords

Learn to sing the root, fifth and third of a chord. When you are doing warm up exercises perform the warm ups in a chromatic manner, that is half a step up. You need to perform these warm up exercises as often as possible.

Tip #7 Hum During Warm Ups

You should also hum during warm ups and try to feel the air as it moves around your face. You know you’re doing it right when you feel the vibrations around your face. If you don’t feel it then you are keeping your voice in your chest. When you do it right you will feel the air around your face and it helps keep vocal cords and throat clear.

While these tips are going to help you get started and help get your voice on the right track it just isn’t enough to harness your full vocal power. I realized this which is why I went online and try to look for some help. I did a lot of research and the one that caught my attention was Singorama by vocal coach and 90’s Australian pop sensation Melanie Alexander.

What is Singorama and how can it Help Me?

Singorama v2.0This is an online vocal training program that aims to teach you how to sing, step by step. The program is divided into several lessons, with apps that help you train your voice. One of the lessons is focused precisely on singing with power and resonance. This module will teach you how to eliminate tensions that affects your resonance, and you will also learn how to project properly and with power.

In addition you will be taught specific vocal exercises to improve your voice. However there are lots more features available and teach you about breath management, singing in high notes and more.

According to slideshare.net Singorama “will help expand your vocal range” and this is echoed by testimonials. Carol Denver of Oklahoma says the “lessons are perfect for improving my voice” and Arnold Gordon says “it improved my pitch and vocal range”. As these reviews show, a lot of people seem to have benefited from this program in many ways.

Advice for Buying Singorama

If you are interested in ordering Singorama I would advise you get a copy from the official website. The entire package complete with lessons, guides, a manual and guidebook, and apps are on sale for only $67. The original price was almost at $300–they’re practically giving it away!

One of the main programs focuses on expanding your vocals, which is exactly what you need as a professional singer. The product comes with a 60 day money back guarantee. You can get a refund in case you feel that the program is not for you within the first 60 days.


Learning to sing with power and resonance is not easy and it takes time to develop, but Singorama might be able to help. As the reviews and testimonials show, it is a comprehensive and detailed online vocal training system. I also like the fact that the program is aimed at both beginners and those who want to improve singing ability even more, so I recommend it.

Singorama v2.0

Comments (10)

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  1. Marie says:

    Hey thank you very much for this site and putting me on to Singorama.

    When I first took a look at the Singorama I was tempted to dismiss it as just another run of the mill vocal program. But I went in anyways on your recommendation. I am VERY happy I did! My power and resonance has improved tenfold.

    The most obvious benefit is that it is like you are getting the services of a real vocal coach, and you are since Melanie is a real vocal coach.

    • Jennifer says:

      You are very welcome, we are working hard to make sure this site is up to date and got the best information for you to learn how to sing. So comments like these are highly appreciated.


  2. Ricky says:

    I have used the program for about 6 months now and I could not be happier.

    And as many reviews have indicated, the guides for working on your vocal tones are very comprehensive. Also, I have reviewed a lot of vocal training systems before I went all in with this one.

    In particular, I like the way that Singoramas in-depth coaching on how you can expand your vocal range like the pros.

    • Jennifer says:

      It is like it gets better and better the more you use it right?

      You cannot just repeat the modules over and over with a vocal coach.


  3. Minnie says:

    If you are looking to improve your power and resonance – Superior Singing methods is definitely the way to go. I am lightyears ahead of where I was just a year ago.

    • Jennifer says:

      Hi Minnie,

      I am very happy to hear about your success, it is wonderful when you start to see real results.


  4. Hoppetyhop says:

    I am not in the habit of giving away full recommendations to online vocal coaching programs since many of them are just ineffective, I refunded Superior Singing Method before I went on to this and I am so happy I did. So in light of that I have to make an exception for the Singorama.

    For once I have seen a product that actually lives up to the hype. The instructions in the modules are very easy to follow and I had no trouble accessing their website either which has even more tips.

    The bottom line is that Singorama is a very good vocal coaching program, and for those who can’t or don’t want to hire a personal vocal coach this is the next best thing.

    • Jennifer says:

      Hey Hopper 😀

      I am happy you like it, and you are right – there are so many wannabe programs out there. I am also happy Melanie Alexander put this program up.

      Happy hopping,

  5. Jack says:

    Do you need a real live vocal coach as well or will Singorama suffice?

    • Jennifer says:

      Hi jack, Thank you for your question.

      You do not need a live vocal coach with Singorama. Of course the more you do the more you gain so it will definitely not hurt. But you do not need it.

      My suggestion is, since this program is pretty inexpensive, go with it and then after a few months see how things are going and see if you have some issues you need help with. Then instead of learning from and paying the coach from scratch, you can just get help with the issues you are having trouble with.

      End result hundreds of Dollars saved in coaching 🙂



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