How To Be A Good Singer

How To Be A Good Singer

Improving your voice will come from a combination of proper exercises and techniques, along with practice. Practice you can do by yourself, however you need someone to tell you, and show you which singing exercises and techniques will improve your voice in the shortest amount of time.

This list is the best place to start:

Take Online Lessons
Warm Up Properly
Manage Your Breathing
Fix Breaks & Cracks
Master Power
Hit High Notes
Improve Vocal Range

1. Take online Lessons
The first step is to take online singing lessons. See my recommendations here.

The reasons is simple: You need to practice the proper exercises and techniques.

The reason why I recommend online lessons is because they are structured, and they are affordable.

If you focus only on free lessons from YouTube, I guarantee you will get frustrated. Online lessons give you guidance in a step by step progression, allowing you to move from one exercise or technique to the next. You can’t find this for free on YouTube.

Secondly, online courses are WAY cheaper than real in-person lessons. Many times it can be very expensive to hire a singing coach, and very hard to find a good one.

2. Warm Up Properly

You need to get serious about your warm up routine.

This is a major problem that amateur singers have. If you think you don’t need to warm up, you’re mistaken. If you don’t warm up, you really need to start.

All professional singers warm up. Some have crazy routines, especially when they need to perform for long stretches of time.

There are some great routines available, and many instructors will provide you with proper guidance in this area.

This is a must!

3. Manage Your Breathing

Managing your breathing is one of the most important things for singers to master.

If you can’t manage your breathe, you can’t sing. It’s really that simple.

What you really need to understand is that breathing for singing, and breathing for speaking are different.

There are some excellent singing coaches that explain how to breathe properly, and give you some good tips and techniques. With the proper guidance, you can start to control this area.

If you’re a beginner, this is very important to understand in order to see improvements.

4. Fix Breaks & Cracks

Forcing your voice is never a good idea.

If you can’t trust your voice, that lack of confidence will cause problems when you sing on stage or in front of other people.

Cracks and breaks usually happen between registers (chest and head). If your vocal muscles are weak, your voice will break and crack as you try and increase your power or range.

So you need some vocal exercises to build this muscles up, and you need to avoid being tense or scared. A great exercise is a 5, 4, 3, 2 1 descend.

Many beginners can’t distinguish between head and chest voice, and this is why progressing through a step by step course which covers these topics is always recommended.

5. Master Power

We all want to sing with more power, however we need to learn how to master it.

Think of all those rich people who crash their sports cars. Their Ferrari has too much power and they don’t know how to control it.

To get more power, you don’t always need to push or force your voice. More volume is not always equal to more power.

For more power, you often need to learn how to control your tongue. The placement of your tongue can cause problems as you try and sing with more power. If you pull your tongue back, it can block your airway.

One great tip is to keep the tip of your tongue pressed against your bottom teeth. As you do some exercises, notice how this affects your power.

This is just one of the many tips and strategies I’ve learned from The Superior Singing Method.

6. Hit High Notes

As you’re getting ready to hit high notes, it’s always best to have a routine in place to help you warm up. Again, warm up routines are so important as I mentioned above.

Avoiding tension and straining on your voice is key, and warm up routines help with this. It also helps to understand that you don’t always need more air to hit high notes, you need less.

You want a smooth transition from chest power to head voice. It’s all about developing a mixed voice. If you’re just a beginner, this concept may not make great sense, and again it’s why I recommend you take some online instruction to really master this.

The best place to start learning how to sing high notes is with a staccato singing exercise.

7. Improve Vocal Range

Improving your vocal range is more of an advanced technique.

If you’re just a beginner, take my recommendation and sign up for online lessons first.

When you’re ready to increase your range, there’s a great technique which jumps from staccato to legato.

This exercise focuses on transitioning from short notes to longer notes. Practicing this helps build muscle memory into your vocal chords which allows you to expand your range quickly.

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