Singing is a deeply personal and highly subjective instrument. You will hear opinions coming from all sides, but how do you know if you can sing objectively? “Everyone has a beautiful voice, you just have to learn how to use it” – Jo Estill This pretty much sums up the ethos of my whole studio. Everyone has a beautiful voice. But of course, the question that you want to have answered is how do I know if I can sing? Personally, I believe that everybody can sing, but I know that you are probably wondering is there is any
Getting better at singing can be slow and steady. Which will mean you don't necessarily hear the difference straight away.. BUT... here are 5 ways to note progress with your singing voice.
Singing isn’t as quite as easy as the ABC but with the right tools you can sing whatever, wherever you like. Don’t forget to check out my YouTube video if you don’t fancy a longish read. You can check it out over here. Or alternatively check out the embedded video at the bottom of the page. Not about gripping or pushing Firstly, I want you to think about singing as being less work. Less pressure, less gripping, less about pushing and certainly not about volume. How to start singing for absolute beginngers Now that we are clear that singing is
"Take a deep breath" is an often misused vocal direction to imply that in order to sing for a longer phrase you just need to have more air in the lungs.