Shout to the Lord...wait, maybe not!
7 tell-tale signs you're shouting not singing.
Belting vs Shouting
Many Worship Leaders mistake shouting for belting but there is a difference between the two. Belting is a controlled projection of the voice that can intensify higher notes in your range, whilst shouting is an aggressive yell that sounds discordant to the ear and can be off-putting to the listener.
7 Tell-tale signs you're shouting during worship
If you tend to shout when leading worship, vocal lessons will help you learn how to belt with control. Belting is safe when done correctly and is used by many worship leaders to add drama to a song or emphasise a key change.
Many of our favourite singers belt.
Taya Smith ( Oceans 5.36secs)
Jonathan Helser ( Raise a Hallelujah 9.42secs )
Maverick City Singers (Wait on You)
If you want learn how to belt click here to book lessons.
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