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Learn how to sing now: Expert tips for beginners

February 02, 2015 by Alex Prentice

Do you want to develop your singing skills, but don’t know where to start? Do you want to improve your stage performance?

If you have answered “Yes” to either of these questions then you are at the right place, at the right time.

Today, we will be showing you the best singing techniques that you can use at once to reveal the wonderful singer in you.

As a beginner, stop wasting your time and money on complex methods developed for advanced performers. Start with the basic singing theories first. That is what will drive you to success. If you are ready, then read on.

1.  The most important thing to learn as a singer is how to breathe properly. During a performance in front of an audience, people will expect you to sing and finish your song with ease, not as if you had been running a marathon. However, you and I know very well that this is not as easy as it sounds.

It takes only one song to take you down if you don’t breathe the proper way. The secret to breathing properly is in the way you breathe in and the way you breathe out!

Depending on the song you are singing, try to take deep breaths, full of oxygen. If you can’t do that, then the next best technique is to breathe fast in between your song lines, but don’t take more than a second per fast-in-breaths. Don’t forget to fill your lungs as much as you can during that second.

2.  One other important technique is how you open your mouth. Unless your songs are loud and on the heavy metal lane, your jaw shouldn’t be wide open all the time. Keep your jaw in control.

Simply imagine your mouth as a small square with a triangle on its top. The shape of your mouth should look like this, just wide and small enough. This technique will improve the control of your voice and will enable you to more effectively slide your vocal pitch.

3.   Think of your whole body as a complete singing toolbox! Your mouth is not the only tool at work here. So is the rest of your body: chest, tummy, face, nose, etc.

Take advantage of all these tools. Use them efficiently when singing and think of them as helping you better project your voice, whether it be through your mouth, face, chest or throat.

This technique can be easily developed if you visualize yourself wearing a mask over your eyes. Simply direct your voice toward your eye mask when you sing.

4.  One other very important technique you should work on is the way you time your words when singing. A good timing of your enunciation makes the words and the music into one flawless ensemble.

Music is your friend and guide. It is there to enrich the splendour of the song. As one last and most important rule to leave you with today: practice and practice, again and again. Only practice will bring you great singing rewards!

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