Belt Voice

This is the classic chest voice. If you “sing from your belt” or “belt out a song,” you can feel the sound originating in your chest area. This voice sounds more rich, deep, gutsy, and bold, and is best in lower ranges. Many altos use a belt voice, as the belt voice has a limited upper range.

When you learn to be grounded, or firmly connected to the ground, you will be able to produce a belt voice with more force and boldness. You may also notice that the belt voice may not sound as “musical” as an opera voice, because the belt voice has no vibrato. Vibrato is a rapid variation in pitch for the duration of a note.  It gives warmth to a tone, but when overused can sound like a wobble.

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