Singing Tutorials

How Long Would It Take You to Be a Good Singer? beginner singer practice singing journey

How long does it take for someone to be a good singer?

First of all, we need to define what “good” is.

I guess it’s better to rephrase it to "becoming the best singer you can be”.

It will depend on your previous experience, training and physical features (related to the...

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How to Remember Lyrics of the Songs You Sing remember the lyrics song learning

 

Get to know the story of the song

 

What is it about? What is the character going through?

Every well written lyric is like a monologue (one person talking) or mini movie script.

Monologues are what actors perform at auditions. They would talk to themselves or an imaginary person in...

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Does Overnight Success Exist in Singing? If So, How Can You Achieve It? beginner singer motivation singing journey

Do you believe in overnight success?

I don’t.

The overnight success that you see are people who slugged it out day in, day out, making small progress that eventually became one big success.

You don’t see the hard work behind the scenes.

The same goes for singing.

Yes, there are naturally...

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Learning to Sing = Losing Your Natural Voice? natural voice singing tutorial
Will you lose your natural/unique voice if you take singing lessons?
 
The short answer is no.
 
If anything, it’ll actually make your ‘natural’ voice sound better.
 
What do I mean by ‘natural’ voice?
 
Some people have a natural huskiness when...
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Are You Singing Too Softly? beginner singer singing tutorials
“You’re singing too softly”
“Sing louder!”
 
Has anyone ever said that to you?
 
Probably not if you are a low voice.
 
But if you are a high voice, you’ve probably heard that before.
 
Should you be singing loudly?
 
Well, volume is...
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Stop Losing Your Voice Again - How You Can Take Care of It Well voice care

The voice is unlike any other instrument. It is a part of your body. When your body is unwell, your instrument becomes unwell too.

As a singer, you’re a vocal athlete.

The capacity of the voice to express a wide range of tone color and emotions is huge.

If you have a $10,000 guitar,...

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Should You Practice Singing? What If You're Practicing the Wrong Way? How Would You Know? practice singing tutorials
To practice or not to practice?
 
What if you practice and you’re doing it the wrong way? What if it becomes a bad habit?
 
Is it better not to practice? But how would you get better if you don’t practice?
 
This is a common concern of a lot of beginner singers.
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Out of Time? No Room or Privacy? Here's How You Can Make Singing Practice a Part of Your Everyday Life audiation practice vocal warm-up

One of the things that I often hear from students is: they find it difficult to fit singing practice into everyday life.

They would always have the best intentions to practice but for one reason or another, it doesn’t happen.

Usually, the reason is one or more of the following:
1. Time
2....

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If You Don't Blend Your Voice, It Will Sound Squeally/Shouty or Break When You're Singing. How Do You Blend Your Voice? blending vocal registers voice break

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You’re singing a song with notes that jump around from high to low. When you’re singing those notes, the tone of your voice changes dramatically. Your voice may also break or become airy/breathy when singing the high notes.

Sound familiar?

A very common concern of singers is ...

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How to Handle Criticism of Your Singing Voice - Story and 3-Step Process handling criticism singing tutorials

Story

Recently, I posted a 1-min video of me singing on Instagram.
 
I was pretty happy with my performance. I also got positive feedback from my followers.
 
So, I decided to take it one step further. I paid a channel to showcase my video.
 
I woke up the next day and checked my...

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Will You Be a Good Singer? The Answer May Surprise You good singer motivational
 
A lot of people don’t. And it’s not because they’re not talented or are tone deaf.
 
It’s because they don’t put in the hard work and they don’t have the patience to soldier through the early stages of learning to sing.
 
Through my years of...
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Breathe In Through Nose = Bad For Singing? breathing technique open throat
 
When you do yoga or sports, breathing in through the nose is good.
 
It hydrates the air and is probably more efficient.
 
When singing, we generally want to breathe in through the mouth.
 
Yes, the air will be dryer.
 
But doing this helps you to:
 
Get your...
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