I'm an aspiring VA who struggles to get my work out there in terms of confidence and embarrassment but I feel a main issue of mine is whenever I attempt yelling, screaming or any other kind of loud line similar, my voice breaks and it ruins the take. I was wondering if there's any way to help stop this or if its just a case of keep practising and it'll stop.
Does it really ruin the take, though? I'd bet that it doesn't. Your confidence might run out mid-line and you aren't following through in character to the end of your line, but if someone is yelling (YOU... HOW COULD YOU!?!) and their voice cracks? It makes me believe it even more. Yelling and crying and intense emotions don't lend themselves to pretty, smooth, flawless voices. It's raw and real!
If you're cracking when you talk in a higher pitch, you can improve that by working on the upper part of your range (by singing songs that make you sing higher, for example, or doing exercises specifically to increase your range). If you sing scales and notice you always crack on specific parts, a section when switching from the lower notes to the higher notes, then that's just something you'll have to work on. That part is sometimes called the bridge, and all singers have to work on those notes. I do recommend singing just to work on vocal strength, and there are tons of free videos and material to help singers all over the internet.
C_Squint: Hi Y'all, thanks again for answering my question from before. Again with resumes, like the thread example, if the Company's/Developer's name is too long and goes into the second line, how should we format it?
Jan 11, 2020 20:36:28 GMT -8