How can you project without hurting your throat? 如何聲音響亮而不傷喉嚨?


How can you project without hurting your throat?

如何聲音響亮而不傷喉嚨?

Tip #1 – Blow with more intensity!

We speak on an exhalation of air. When you blow out a single candle, you get a conversational volume. When you blow out a birthday cake, you get louder. Try thinking of air as being responsible for your volume rather than your throat.

貼士一:用更多空氣!

說話時,我們運用的是向外呼的空氣。當你吹蠟燭時,你需要用到的空氣量是與說話時的量相等的。想像你吹出更多的空氣,想象氣才是你聲量的關鍵,而不是你的喉嚨。

Try the phrase “Hi how are you” at a normal volume, concentrating on exhaling while you speak. Now visualize that you’re blowing down a brick house with the words. Do you notice your voice getting louder? For maximum effect you’d want to breathe focusing on the relationship of the diaphragm and stomach as opposed to expanding/collapsing the chest. Working with a coach can help you to understand this distinction.

試試用普通的音量說:【你好嗎?】專心留意你的呼吸。想像你是一隻狼,你要用你的說話吹倒一間磚頭屋。試試專注將更多空氣呼入你的肚部,而不是只用胸部呼吸。你可能需要請教專業的聲樂教練,以學習正確的呼吸法。

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Tip #2 – Open your mouth

Allow your jaw to hang relaxedly open, as though being pulled by a string. You can still articulate your words clearly, but speak as though you’re talking to someone who needs to read your lips. If you have your mouth wide-open as you attempt to add volume, it will be much easier for your voice to come out of your mouth and shine on stage.

貼士二:張大你的口

放鬆你的下巴。張大你的嘴巴,想像你是在說話給一個讀唇專家看你的話。如果你的口張得太少,聲音便難以從你的口暢通地發出。聲音響亮的其一秘訣,就是張大嘴巴唱歌。

Tip #3 – Yawn.

Still sound like you’re shouting? The same space that you’ve created externally by opening your mouth, you should seek to establish internally as well. To maintain a relaxed, conversational tone despite projecting extreme volumes, you’ll want to preserve space for resonance while you’re blowing all that air.

Try to talk on a yawn (and articulate normally!). You will hear that the sound has an affected, slow, sleepy, “dopey” quality. Try “Hi, how are you” at a low pitch while yawning. Put a finger on your neck. You should feel your larynx having lowered. Try to sustain this position as you get louder. If you keep the jaw relaxed and send more air, you should be in good shape to talk louder and longer without getting tired or your vocal cord damaged.

貼士三:打吹欠般唱歌

看完以上兩個貼士聲音變大聲,卻變得像大喊般沙啞?要使你的聲音更響亮,還有一個要素,就是要在口腔內騰出足夠的空間,使你的聲音能在空氣溢出時發生共鳴。

要做到這一點,你可以試想像你一邊打哈欠一邊說話。你會聽到你的聲音有明顯變化,變得更慢,甚至有種說夢話的感覺。試試用打哈欠的方式說:【你好嗎?】同時將手指放在頸部,你會發現你的喉頭會沉得更低。嘗試維持這個方式,增大你的音量。只要你的下巴放鬆,並且空氣供給充足,你的聲音就能響亮而不傷喉嚨了。

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