How To Sing: My Top 5 Most Important Singing Tips
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When you guys ask me what the most important things to know about being a good singer are, I usually can’t come up with an answer right on the spot. There are tons of things that can contribute to your vocal performance, which is why I have so much information on my blog!
However, last Saturday (March 31st), I sat down for a few hours and made a list of a ton of different thoughts that revolved around singing:
- Staying on key
- Preventing damage to the vocal cords
- Mimicking Mariah Carey’s famous high notes (okay, you probably shouldn’t try that unless you’re really experienced – plus, you don’t want the neighbors to knock on your door asking what all of the ruckus is about!)
- And lots more stuff…
Eventually, I took all of these pieces of information and ranked them in order of what I thought were the most important parts of my singing success. The result? This list! In no particular order, I am giving you my 5 most important singing tips.
All of these tips should help you to get started with developing your vocal foundation. So if you’re struggling and/or are new to singing, this is a great place to start. Here we go:
So What Now?
Now that you’ve read my top 5 singing tips, you may be wondering what to do next. Well, I hope you’ll put them to use! Also, you should know that being a successful singer comes with a price. I’m not talking about a hefty price tag involving the gold coins that you stole from that Leprechaun under the rainbow (yes, I do know about you’re mischievous acts); I’m talking about the price of your time and commitment.
In order to be successful, you will need to stay consistent and put time into working toward your goals. If you do this, you will be successful.
There’s so much information revolving around singing on my website that I couldn’t possibly mention it all on this page, so don’t think that this is the end of your research, either! You can start by heading over to my singing blog and looking at all of the different subjects I have information on, create an account on my singing forums to interact with your other fellow vocalists in training and ask questions, or contact me if you have a more personal and specific problem or comment.
I hope that this information has been helpful, and I wish you all the best in your singing endeavors. Your journey doesn’t stop here, so get going and make something happen.