How To Rap With A High Voice
This article will discuss how to rap with a high voice and get your voice to sound like you.
An easy to attain, long-lasting way to sound like a rapper is to add a voice box to your face.
Techniques can be used to add thickness and pitch to your voice, so it’s not flat and pitched to only one pitch, and that’s important.
As you develop your voice box, you’ll develop a more masculine voice, not that people should be worried about what your voice sounds like.
And as you go along, you should go back and re-adjust your voice for accuracy and resonance. The difference between your voice when you start and how it sounds is called vocal decay.
To gain vocal power and longevity, you need to create consistency with your voice, your airflow, and the way your voice sounds.
When you decide to add a voice box to your face, you will also have to decide how to maintain that voice.
There are plenty of techniques for keeping your voice as healthy and strong as possible. Instead of using the same technique for all your rap verses, it’s recommended that you implement several different techniques to suit different songs.
Before you start, your voice box should be kept clean and free of debris that might jam up your airways.
Every time you speak, let it all out. When you have to, tighten your throat and use your throat muscles. You can also increase your breath and vocal power by massaging your tongue.
You can massage the inside of your mouth with the tongue, the muscles around your teeth and jaw, and also the muscles around your vocal folds.
Then using your tongue, massage your vocal folds. Also, use your tongue and throat to help create resonance in your voice. The most efficient way to create resonance is by getting your tongue super wet.
You can swallow a lot of saliva by using your tongue to slide it over the top of the larynx.
Swallowing hard is a good practice too, and when you do this, your saliva will coat the inside of your mouth.
The more saliva you can create inside your mouth, the easier it will control your voice. You can use your tongue as a squeegee to collect saliva.
By doing this, your vocal folds won’t be dry, and they won’t be too tight, or you won’t get the resonance that’s so necessary for your delivery.
Moisture also makes your voice as smooth as butter. This is not a command, just a suggestion. Your vocal folds should be covered with a thin layer of mucus and saliva when speaking.
This is to avoid dryness. The best time to apply the moisture to your vocal folds is when you start speaking. Take it away right before you finish speaking.
This will give your vocal folds time to start vibrating. And when you speak, you want the vibrations to be longer and more sustained.
Moisture allows for longer vocal folds, so take it from there.
If you don’t want to overdo it and leave your voice dry, try to do your best to have some mucus on your vocal folds. This will also help keep them moist.
After doing a bunch of vocal exercises, you will be able to become your own best dryer. The basic steps that you should keep in mind are as follows: Start with your tongue. Brush it over the entire outside of your mouth.
Swallow your saliva. Do this for as long as you can.
Moisturize your vocal folds. Use your tongue to massage your vocal folds.
Massage your tongue. Get as wet as possible. Swallow as much saliva as you can.
Massage your throat. Swallow as much of your own saliva as possible.
Basically, everything that you swallow should go into your mouth and be mixed with saliva. The more you swallow, the better your voice will be.
Also, remember that no matter how dry you are, always keep your vocal folds moist.
One of the most effective ways to moisten the vocal folds is through nasal inhalation. It would help if you were using your mouth to inhale and out through your nose.
This does two things: It allows you to taste and smell your food more easily. And it moistens your vocal folds.
Saliva has a short shelf life, so you can use nasal inhalation to extend your saliva's shelf life and help keep your vocal folds moist.
On your next glass of water, taste it and then gargle it before drinking it.
If you don’t, you’ll notice a lot of drips and drips in the bottom of your glass. If you take a drink of water and it tastes like the water is tasting dry, try this:
Drink your water out of a straw that you have wetted in your mouth with saliva. Then gargle your water with your mouth wet.
Your goal should be to get the water to taste as close to the freshest water you can, just by doing this simple experiment.
I know it’s straightforward, but it really does have the power to control saliva production, which controls the production of your voice.
Once you get good at this, you can experiment with different ways of gargling your mouth. Some people use their tongues to gargle, but this doesn’t always produce a good effect.
If you find that your mouth dries out during your sleep, you can try a facial mask that will really moisten your skin and help you keep your mouth moist for the day. Some people really like the Hydrate Bomb to help them keep their voice moist.
This is a clay mask that you can purchase from many facial mask companies.
You’ll need to do the mask about five to ten minutes before you start your voice exercises. I like to do the mask while I’m taking my shower, and it helps get the essence of the mask into my pores and keeps the moisture inside the clay mask inside my pores for a few hours after you remove the mask.
Dip your fingers in the mask and rub it in. Try to get as much of the clay mask into your pores as you can.
The effect that this does is that it is helping to expand the open pores in your skin. It also helps get the clay mask to stick in your pores, so you don’t have to do much work to remove it from your pores.
Don’t forget to rinse your face afterward, as the clay masks tend to get pretty greasy and sticky after it dries.