Singing with a Broadway belt is a lot of fun, but it is important to understand it and implement it properly, otherwise it can yield extremely negative results. There are two different types of belts, chest voice and a mixed belt. Chest voice is demonstrated in the song “Tomorrow” from the musical “Annie”. Chest voice feels lower, louder and can be hard to control at times if you aren't doing it right. Picture seeing a friend across a busy street and shouting “HEY!” with your whole body engaged to get their attention; that is the basic feeling of the chest voice. On the other hand, mixed belt can be demonstrated with Carrie Underwood’s singing, it requires a lot of a twang or “catfight” type sound and is easier to sing in a higher register than chest voice. Before attempting to belt for a show or audition, meet with a vocal coach who can assess your technique and ensure that you are going about it safely and properly.