How To Start Singing Better - The Easy Way
Feb 04, 2021
If you want to learn how to start singing better, the easy way...the way that you can ACTUALLY hear your singing improve.. then you need a strong singing foundation. This is something that I help singers with all the time and I am so excited to help you too. Most of the singers that I work with hear BIG changes in as little as 2-3 weeks with my method.
This is NOT just for beginning singers. This is also for you if you:
Want to get more serious about your singing and are committed to developing the basics of singing and getting a strong grasp of these basics to build upon.
You want to get back what you feel like you have lost vocally.
Have had some voice lessons or tried some different programs, but nothing really seemed to work for you or you couldn’t hear any improvement in your singing and you are ready for a change.
You are not alone. It is easier to start singing better and I’m here to help!
A strong singing foundation will not only set you up for success, but eliminate a lot of problems like pitch, inconsistent singing and vocal strain.
How To Start Singing Better: Identify The Problem
One of the first things that is going to help you learn how to start singing better is to identify the problem. So, one question you may be asking is…”I feel like I’m a pretty advanced singer, but I’m not sure if I am releasing the voice.”
Here are some signs that you aren’t releasing your voice:
Your pitch is constantly off - or sometimes it sounds ok and other times it’s all over the place.
You push or strain when you try to sing higher, and it still doesn’t sound good.
You feel like your voice is super quiet or you can’t seem to get it out no matter how hard you try.
During practice your voice sounds ok, but in a performance, it’s all over the place.
How To Start Singing Better Step 1: Learning How To Release The Voice
Learning how to release the voice is going to feel counterintuitive in practice. Since you REALLY want to be able to control your voice and you may be spending a lot of time worrying how you sound and subconsciously trying to control your voice but are actually holding it back. Every day, that control might be different...you may be holding back more or less. This is setting you up for inconsistent singing, because your body won’t understand how to do what you want it to do automatically. The solution is to learn how to release your voice, repeat that process, and develop muscle memory. If you want to learn the method that I use with singers in order to stop worrying about how you sound and control your singing with muscle memory, head over here to check out this free training.
How To Start Singing Better - Tips
Sing louder. Are you singing a Level 8/10 and allowing your voice to release freely?
Ask yourself - does my singing feel good? Does my singing sound good?
Practice your vocal exercises in a medium - low range first so that you can develop good habits in a comfortable range first.
Use the timing of the breath to use the natural momentum of your breath to help you to release the voice easier and with more power. If you are focused on breathing with your diaphragm before you are able to use the natural momentum of the breath, this may be why you are having pitch, tone, or consistency problems when you sing.
How To Start Singing Better: Consistent Airflow
Consistent airflow = consistent singing.
Do you change your airflow when you sing? You may not know...so here is an example...have you ever went to sing a higher note and think “I’m just going to GO FOR IT” well when you GO for it...you most likely are pushing and increasing the air pressure - which means that your body has to adjust on the fly which is why your pitch is off. This is an example when your airflow is inconsistent.
Inconsistent airflow = inconsistent singing
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