ATTENTION: Shower Singers
How to Sing With Confidence in Front of People - in Weeks (Not Years) - Without Spending Money on Singing Lessons or Singing in Front of a Vocal Coach
Are you a beginner singer?
Do you like to sing but just can't get your voice to sound good?
Don't know what you're doing wrong or how to fix it?
Do you only sing when you're alone or in the shower?
Would you like to have the courage and confidence to sing in front of other people one day?
Have you been...
- Trying a bunch of random vocal exercises and not getting the results you want?
- Watching YouTube videos but only got more confused by different coaches saying different things?
- Trying to learn singing on your own but just not getting anywhere?
- Singing without any vocal training and getting sore quickly/losing your voice from time to time?
- Trying different singing courses but still not gaining confidence in your voice?
- Working on your singing skills but have performance anxiety/self consciousness that affects your voice?
You’ve probably tried to learn singing before, whether on your own or from a coach...
If you didn’t get anywhere with it, it’s not your fault. There’s so much information out there - some good, some not so much. It can get confusing and overwhelming.
If you ever think you’re not talented enough to be a good singer, I’m going to show you what you can do about that.
Our voice is deeply connected to our psyche. When we’re happy or angry, it shows up in our voice without us having to do anything.
So, when people criticize our singing voice, we feel like there’s something wrong with us as a person.
Singing is a very abstract activity. Your voice is inside your body, you can’t see or touch it.
So, it’s very hard for you to learn to control it. I mean, imagine learning to play the piano in the dark… while standing 5 feet away from it.
If you ever wanted to sing with confidence in front of people - it doesn’t matter whether you’re doing this as a hobby for yourself or you want to be a professional singer in the future - there’s a way to make it happen...
If you're a beginner/intermediate singer (doesn't matter whether you've had vocal training before)...
And you'd like to become a confident singer...
Having good vocal technique won't make you a confident singer unless you also work on your 'inner game'...
A balance of art and science is the key.
To sing with confidence in front of people, you need to work on 2 things:
- Fundamental vocal techniques
- Inner game of singing
But first, let me introduce myself...
Hi! I'm Benny Ng from TopSingingSecrets.com.
I'm a rock singer, songwriter and I've released music under my artist name, Shadowary.
I've been teaching singing lessons since 2011. I have 4 university degrees in music (two of those were postgraduate degrees). I graduated from the renowned Sydney Conservatorium of Music with a Grad Dip in Vocal Pedagogy (for teaching singing). I'm a member of APRA/AMCOS Australia, and an accredited teacher of NESA, NSW Australia.
But it wasn't always like this...
The hall was dark, save the spotlights shining down onto the stage.
Standing in front of the microphone, I sang "Imagine" (by John Lennon) with a shaky voice.
As my accompanist played the chords on the grand piano, I fumbled through the song - going out of tune here and there.
I felt like crawling into a hole and hide.
My throat felt like it was running on fumes while I finished the song with one final high note.
Scattered applause came from the audience as I mumbled "thank you" before running off the stage.
If you hadn't guessed it, that was a scene from my graduation recital night at the first university I went to. I almost failed that final performance exam.
I'd always had this urge to be creative and express my emotions through performing arts. I felt like singing and writing songs were my calling in life.
I wanted to be a professional rock musician.
I moved to Australia to study a Bachelor of Music (Performance) course. Born and raised in Malaysia, I didn't get much vocal or music training.
So, the learning curve was steep. Imagine going from primary school to university. That was how I felt.
Culture shock and pressures of life made it difficult for me to focus on my studies.
Singing didn't come naturally to me. I'd overthink things and my throat would get sore very often. I felt lost and confused.
Our voice is inside of our body. We can't see or touch it.
How was I supposed to learn to play something I couldn't see or touch?
This was like learning to play the piano in the dark... while standing 5 feet away from it!
For the next 2 years, I fumbled through the course and barely passed my final performance exam.
Instead of feeling joy and pride, I felt like I had hit rock bottom. That wasn't what graduating from a university should feel like.
But I wasn't going to give up.
I wanted to learn everything I could about the science and art of singing.
I enrolled in a postgraduate course at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
It was there that I discovered the holy grail of singing.
It was an underlying concept that made all vocal techniques worked.
In fact, this concept has been around for over a millennium (1000 years).
It came from Classical singing (operatic singing) but can be adapted to all contemporary/modern music genres.
This concept is called the Open Throat Concept.
It makes singing easier by creating more space in our throat and mouth, so we can make more sound with less effort.
To make our voice like a guitar, and not a ukulele.
And it made sense because our voice works like other acoustic instruments (e.g. recorder, trumpet, guitar, flute).
When there's more resonating space in the instrument (bigger body), you'll get a bigger/rounder sound with more projection.
A guitar is louder than a ukulele because a guitar has a bigger body.
MORE SPACE = MORE RESONANCE = MORE PROJECTION
I spent countless hours in the library, poring over textbooks and research journal articles.
I wanted to learn all I could about how the voice worked.
I bought or borrowed every single textbook that was recommended by my lecturers.
And I studied them all.
Then, I went into the practice studio to try out the things I learnt.
I was shocked by how quickly I improved.
I could now sing higher than I ever did before.
I was singing in tune most of the time. And singing felt a lot easier.
I was one step closer to fulfilling my dream of becoming a rock singer.
I started to learn how to belt and do metal screaming... but the mechanics of those advanced techniques were so different.
Somehow, the open throat concept techniques didn't work as well as before.
My throat would hurt after belting and screaming.
I went and did more research. I even took screaming lessons that cost $300/hour.
I discovered I actually had low level performance anxiety. Deep down, I was afraid of people judging my singing.
I'd feel insecure whenever I made mistakes while singing. I was afraid of what people might say about my voice.
This self consciousness affected me more than I knew.
Using psychology and meditation strategies, I managed to overcome my performance anxiety.
I can now belt a high G5 when I sing. I now have a 3-octave vocal range. Metal screams come easily to me.
When I perform rock songs, I feel more authentic because I'm in the moment. There's a sense of freedom when I'm channeling my emotions through my voice.
I even started doing live online music shows for my fans.
After 'finding' my voice, I feel more confident as a person.
I'm more motivated than ever to achieve my goal of becoming a professional rock musician.
Singing is now a source of pride and joy that I'll cherish for the rest of my life.
You may not want to be a professional singer...
You may just want to get good at singing for your own enjoyment.
Having an open throat will still help you be the best singer you can be. This is the foundation on which all your vocal techniques will be built.
The great thing about it is you can adapt it to any genre you want to sing in (whether it’s pop, rock, R&B, soul, blues, rap, hip-hop, musical theatre, jazz or metal).
Traditionally, when you take singing lessons, you’ll learn a bunch of techniques without really understanding why you’re doing them or how they work. You'd get thrown a bunch of vague imageries to make those techniques work.
That’s hard because singing is so abstract. You can’t see or touch your voice. If there’s no structure to how you learn your techniques, you’re going to be confused.
The open throat concept groups everything into one place.
And if you have an intellectual understanding of how vocal techniques work… do awareness exercises to build the muscle memory for those techniques… then trigger the muscle memory using intention/imageries when you’re singing…
You can make sense of what you’re doing… and singing will feel natural to you.
And when you can trust your voice to make the sounds you want it to make… by just thinking about it (instead of trying to ‘control’ your voice)… you’ll sing with more confidence.
The best way for you to sing with confidence in front of people is by mastering the open throat concept, and applying the techniques to your singing using intention
This has worked for all the private students I teach.
This is Hayley getting to the top of her range using a technique from the open throat concept.
But first... can you really learn to sing on your own?
A lot of what I know about singing was self taught.
I learnt from books and videos. I learnt from practicing the techniques and from making lots of mistakes along the way.
Singing is all about trial and error. I wasn’t afraid to make bad sounds or sing out of tune when I was practicing.
I figured if I could make all the mistakes I could make and learn from them, then my performances would be great.
When learning from a vocal coach, I’d feel anxious if they were someone I didn’t have a rapport with. Also, I was someone who had a lot of questions. I felt bad asking too many questions.
I felt like I could find the answers I needed through research and just experimenting with the things I learnt.
I’d also do a lot of self analysis by recording my own singing and playing them back immediately.
Sometimes, I’d spend hours in front of the mirror to check if I was doing the techniques right.
Doing my own research and practicing on my own gave me confidence because I knew my foundation was strong and I had control of my own learning.
How to learn to sing well on your own without making unnecessary mistakes and picking up bad habits?
By being proactive and having an open mind...
When you have a course that shows you what you need to learn... and in the right order that you need to learn them...
And when you get all the tools you need to make it happen...
You can learn singing on your own without picking up bad habits.
But do you really have the talent to sing well?
Singing didn’t come naturally to me. I always sang out of tune and felt my throat getting really tight when singing high notes.
I wanted to sing with freedom and good technique while expressing my emotions.
It wasn’t an easy journey because singing was so abstract.
Then, I started getting serious about singing. I found out I could learn to ‘play’ my voice just like any other instrument.
But unlike any other instrument, I couldn’t see or touch my voice.
I had to visualize and feel it. So, I did a lot of research - looking at different methods taught by different teachers.
Finally, I found out about the open throat concept.
After overcoming my performance anxiety (self consciousness), I now feel proud of my voice every time I sing.
And I’m closer to achieving my dream of becoming a professional musician.
Jess went from shower to stage
Jess was a total beginner.
She often had trouble singing in tune.
She enrolled in the Shower to Stage Academy and did all the lessons and eventually got better at singing.
She even performed a song in front of a small audience.
So how do you know if you have the talent to sing well?
If you can speak and sing without your voice hurting or sounding really hoarse (like there’s no sound coming out), and you have the desire to sing (even if you feel anxious about it), you have the talent to sing well.
How to overcome performance anxiety, be at one with your voice and finally sing with confidence?
Although I was someone who felt comfortable being on stage, I’d feel insecure when people criticized my singing voice.
It made me feel like there was something wrong with me as a person. I knew it wasn’t logical but I couldn’t help the way I felt.
This self-consciousness was always under the surface. It made me hold my voice back from achieving its full potential.
I knew I had to overcome it if I were to become a professional musician.
I reprogrammed my belief system and could now sing with authentic emotions without being self-conscious.
What to do if you're really nervous/shy/scared to sing in front of people?
If you have performance anxiety, I want you to know that you can’t control it but you can manage it.
There are many inner game strategies like reprogramming and desensitization you can use to boost your confidence.
You’ll get to a point where performance anxiety actually helps you to sing better.
Let me ask you a question...
If you knew how to learn singing on your own effectively, and you had the talent to sing well, and you did the inner game strategies to boost your courage and confidence… would you think you go from being a shower singer to being a confident singer?
Are you excited about what I just told you?
Are you feeling a little overwhelmed because we covered so much?
Go From Shower to Stage:
A 3-Step Program to Help You Gain Vocal Skills and the Confidence to Sing in Front of People - Faster Than You Think - Without Risking Embarrassment or Spending $$ on Private Lessons
(This Works Even If You Only Sing in the Shower and You Don't Like How You Sound)
Learn the complete open throat concept, complete breathing technique for singing and the complete song learning method.
Learn the inner game of singing.
Get ready for your first public performance.
Who is this academy for?
This academy is for you if you’re a beginner or intermediate singer… (you don't need any previous training or experience)… it’ll help you get ready to sing in front of people for the very first time…
Even if you never want to do that, this academy can help you be the best singer you can be… as long as you have the desire to be a better singer…
When we sing in front of an audience, every one of us will get performance anxiety… learning to manage that well is the secret to becoming a confident singer.
It’ll work for you as long as you can speak/sing without your voice hurting a lot or sounding too hoarse (like there’s no sound coming out).
How is this academy different?
Shower to Stage Academy not only shows you how to have a solid foundation in singing…
But you’ll also learn how to overcome performance anxiety and boost your confidence to sing in front of people… using research-based strategies from psychology and mindfulness.
Armed with these vocal techniques and your newfound confidence, you’ll then learn how to prepare for your first public performance.
Still not sure if you have the talent to sing?
Let me tell you that I’ve been teaching since 2011, and I’ve never met a student who couldn’t improve their voice… NEVER… not even that one student who was actually tone deaf…
Without meeting you, I’m going to say there’s a 99% chance you have what it takes to be a better singer.
"The singing techniques are very informative and fun to do… it’s really exciting when you see the progress you’ve made over the course from when you started…" - Jess Saxton
“I sang a song and I was like… wow I actually sounded better… Benny helps with my confidence especially” - Skye
“Benny was pretty easily able to explain… how to hit those notes… and made it less frustrating which is very good… I feel way more equipped to figure things out” - Eddie
Kristy James (Shape Music) - Award-winning singer/songwriter/singing teacher/music industry coach
Kristy Audsley - Professional singer
What you'll get when you enrol...
13 Core Modules ($2997 Value)
Step 1: Master the Open Throat Concept
Module 1: Awaken the Confident Singer in You
Module 2: Sing Higher Than Before by Having Big Mouth Space + Learn Songs the Correct Way So You Don’t Waste Time
Module 3: Shape Your Vocal Tract to Release Tension and Make Songs Easy to Sing
Module 4: Double Your Projection and Increase Your Range Even More
Module 5: Sing Powerful High Notes Freely (Without Voice Cracking) By Controlling a Part of Your Throat Most People Don’t Know About
Module 6: Make Open Throat Concept Techniques a Natural Part of Your Voice
Step 2: Master the Inner Game of Singing
Module 7: Boost Your Courage to Sing With Confidence in Front of People (Part 1)
Module 8: Boost Your Courage to Sing With Confidence in Front of People (Part 2)
Module 9: Boost Your Courage to Sing With Confidence in Front of People (Part 3)
Module 10: Boost Your Courage to Sing With Confidence in Front of People (Part 4)
Module 11: Boost Your Courage to Sing With Confidence in Front of People (Part 5)
Module 12: Boost Your Courage to Sing With Confidence in Front of People (Part 6)
Step 3: Prepare For Your Debut Performance
Module 13: Get Ready For Your Debut Performance
Bonus Content ($2693 Value)
Bonus #1: Vocal Practice Package ($199 Value)
A Toolkit For Successful Vocal Practice and Guaranteed Progress
- Everything you need to make sure you're practicing the right things, the right way
- Make vocal practice feel less like a chore and more like a part of your everyday life
Bonus #2: Top Secret Inner Circle ($1997 Value)
Live & Direct Access to Benny Ng For Instant Answers, Motivation and Peace of Mind
- Monthly Group Q&A and Motivation Sessions
- You'll get an exclusive Zoom link
- Free your mind and keep your motivation high
- Go through techniques you don’t understand
- Connect with other like-minded singers and support each other
- Be part of an exclusive club
Bonus #3: Vocal Confidence Toolkit ($497 Value)
The Shower Singer’s Toolkit For Singing Confidence - Break Your Self-Limiting Beliefs and Reach Your Full Vocal Potential
- Worksheets, flashcards, audio guided exercises and sessions to boost your singing confidence on-the-go
Everything you'll get when you enrol...
Total Value: $5690
But I won’t be charging you $5690...
But if I did, and you get to finally sing like how you’ve always imagined, would it be worth it to you?
If all this academy did was to give you a way to learn singing without risking embarrassment/judgment, would it be worth $5690?
If all it did was to help you achieve your full vocal potential, would it be worth it?
If all it did was to make your performance anxiety go away so you have lots of courage to sing, would it be worth it?
I had 2 choices...
I could go as cheap as possible to sell as many as possible…
But if I did that, I wouldn’t be able to give you much value.
So I decided I’d need you to invest a little bit more.
That way, I can dedicate more time, energy and resources to help you get better at singing.
Imagine if your voice was perfect the way you wanted it to be and you were absolutely proud of your voice… what would it be worth to you?
How much would you pay to really have that freedom and confidence to sing your heart out anywhere, anytime?
The academy and the bonuses are worth $5690…
But because I really want to help you be a confident singer, I’m going to give you a special offer…
If you were to take private lessons...
If you were to get private lessons from a vocal coach, it’d cost you at least $60/hour. Lessons are usually done weekly to get the best results… and it’d probably take you months, if not years, to master the techniques…
Quick math: $60 x 4 weeks x 6 months = $1440
But because you’re learning to do this yourself, and I’m giving you all the tools and resources you need to make it happen, you only pay 197.
You've got 2 choices...
- You do nothing about what you’ve just learned, and what do you get? Nothing.
- OR you make an investment in your singing voice and see how far it’ll take you
#Shower2Stage 14-Day 100% Money Back Guarantee
I want you to be 100% satisfied with the program.
If you’re not happy with the academy, send me an email within 14 days of enrolment and I’ll give you a full refund.
The real question is this...
Would it be worth checking out the academy to see if it’ll work for you? I mean, with the money back guarantee, there’s no risk for you…
And even if the academy does only half of what I told you… you’ll get your money’s worth as soon as you increase your range and gain more control of your voice… which usually happens by either Module 2 or 5…
Can anyone learn to sing?
Can this course really work for me?
How long will the video modules be up for?
How can I access the academy?
Do you offer gift vouchers?
What equipment do I need to access the course?
How would I know if I'm doing the exercises correctly?
What if I don't feel ready for next week's module?
How much practice do I need to do?
I'm a busy person. Will this course work for me?
How does this compare to private lessons?
What happens after I finish this course?
"I enrolled into the Shower to Stage Academy 3 months ago. I never used to sing in front of people… only by myself in the shower or in my bedroom. Being a part of this course has been a big help… me gaining confidence in my voice and improve my abilities to sing better and also learn the fundamentals and basics of singing. It does a really good job of explaining the techniques, how to find your range and activities for you to do throughout the week to implement your learning. One of the things that I love about it is that you can go at your own pace…"