Why I cannot sing always well?

Asked by: John Vargas

Can you become a good singer if you can’t sing?

“The quality of the voice is dependent on many factors; however, barring a physical vocal disability, everyone can learn to sing well enough to sing basic songs.” While some factors are genetic, Rutkowski says growing up in a musical environment strongly influences whether someone sings well and confidently.

What causes you not to be able to sing?

Common vocal injuries among singers can include fibrosis, polyps, and cysts. Fibrosis is like scarring, and it describes a buildup or thickening of connective tissue. This tissue buildup can affect our ability to sing. Thicker, tougher vocal folds will change the way the vocal folds vibrate.

Is it normal for singers to not like their voice?

We don’t actually dislike our voice, we only dislike it when we know it’s our voice.” Studies have shown how people don’t mind their own voice when they don’t realise it belongs to them. In fact, they even rate it as more attractive than other people do.

Why doesn’t it sound good when I sing?

What happens is if you sing in the wrong key you'll just be straining. Like a baritone trying to sing tenor compositions. For example you'll be straining.

How can I hear my real voice?

Put it up in front of your ears. If you can't find anything else use your hands.