First of all, hold the microphone in a comfortable posture: the microphone is about 45 degrees from the body and about two centimeters away from the mouth. Too far away affects the sound effect (hand-held microphones generally use close microphones). During the singing, the head and body will turn, and the microphone in your hand should follow your mouth. When you sing to the high pitch, the microphone should be slightly stretched out to prevent the sound from being too loud.
Second, hold the microphone like holding a goblet, and look at it to make people feel comfortable and relaxed, and don't just grab it tightly and look nervously.
Third, pay attention to the popping sound in a song. Don't say too hard at the beginning of the word. The sound of "popopo" from the microphone will be exaggerated and hard to hear.
According to these three points, the general singing is basically done. Don’t put your mouth directly at the microphone. It is easy to make a popping sound. Personally, I put the microphone in a little bit under the mouth, and some people put it in a high position. You can Take it for yourself. When singing, the breath of a single sentence is best to be even. When most people sing, the breath of the first word is the heaviest. It feels that the breath is basically all used on the first word, which sounds unpleasant. Learn to control the amount of Qi emitted. Basically do these two points, you will feel good results. If it doesn't work, you can buy a better microphone (some good microphones have the function of preventing sound bursts).
Let's talk about the impact of microphone angle on sound quality. The microphone is turned upside down, so that the collected sound will emphasize the bass. If you have a sharper voice, you can use this method to hold the microphone. Hold the microphone flat so that the sound collected by the microphone is the richest and the sound quality will be great, but the disadvantage is that you will "spray" the microphone when you make a blast sound such as bp. The microphone is upside down, so that the collected tone will emphasize the high pitch. People who have a low voice or a distinctive high pitch can use this method to hold the microphone. It can often be seen in the recording studio that the microphone is hung upside down, and Yang Yin is also holding the microphone upside down at the scene. It would be strange to hold the microphone head down when singing, you can use some compromise methods, such as to the right or upper right.
Next, let’s talk about the distance of the microphone. The change in the distance of holding the microphone is nothing more than the change in volume. So when you pick up the microphone and don’t know if the volume of the sound controller is loud or small, it is best to say a few words of courtesy first. Try the volume, find the right distance, and just "feed" a few sounds when you are playing with your friends on KTV. When singing a high pitch, the microphone is usually a little farther away. This requires adjusting the distance according to the personal volume. For example, when Wei Wei sings a high pitch, he has already held the microphone under his crotch. Keep the microphone close to your mouth when you sing falsetto, because the amount of falsetto is very small. For the microphone fixed on the stand, you can change your position to achieve the same effect.
But don’t always change, it’s weird to sing a word to change the distance 3 or 4 times. One more thing to note is that you don’t need such skills to sing the folk singing, because the folk singing requires the feeling of crescendoing when you sing. This is why it’s harsher to listen to the folk singing at the scene. This is a rule in the industry. Don't forget to sing the nation.
The distance of the microphone, the distance of the microphone mainly affects the volume level, the microphone should be slightly stretched out when making a high pitch, in fact, it still depends on the personal tone. Keep the microphone close to your mouth when you sing falsetto, because the amount of falsetto is very small.
For the microphone fixed on the stand, we can change our position to achieve the same effect. It should be noted that a song should not be changed too many times, otherwise it will give people a very strange feeling.
In addition, many people put their mouths on the microphone in order to imitate Jay Chou, thinking that they can sing Zhou's songs. This way of taking the microphone for granted not only destroys the normal frequency response of the microphone, but also causes a great hidden danger to health. There are a lot of bacteria on the microphone net cover.
The angle of the microphone, here refers to the angle between the microphone and the horizontal line of your mouth, which affects the singer's sound quality.
When we hold the microphone flatly, the sound quality it collects is great and the richest. The disadvantage is that you are prone to blasting when you make sounds such as "p, b". The microphone is turned upright, and the collected sound will emphasize the bass. Friends with higher voices can use this method of picking up the microphone when singing sentimental lyrical songs.