Voice Lessons and You So you were once traumatized by that karaoke "accident" you had with your friends. And now, you're all too scared to sing in public. Your confidence is crushed, but your friends say that it's okay. One thing's for sure though, you wouldn't be coming back to that karaoke bar anytime soon. But then again, we say to you, give your voice a second chance. In fact, give yourself a second chance. If you really, really, want to redeem that voice of yours, we suggest you take voice lessons today.
Now, you might ask yourself where to start. Well, we believe that the first step is to accept that you want to improve your singing talent. It's hard, but then again, by doing that you acknowledge the idea that there's more room for improvement when it comes to your way of singing. That way you'll be open to ideas and techniques that you might not think would suit you before. Aside from accepting that your voice needs some improvement, you also have to realize that?like any other talent?you might not be as good as those divas, tenors, and sopranos that you see on TV. After all, these people have already been singing ever since they learned how to speak. And, to top it all off, they do it professionally as well. You, on the other hand, might just want to enjoy?and refine?your musical voice. Now that the emotional step is done, we can now move on to the more "technical" issues. First of all, singing lessons is not like taking up guitar or piano lessons. See, you can learn a bit on how to play an instrument by reading books, watching
videos, or learning it by ear. Singing is not like that. Here, you will definitely need an instructor. You'll need a teacher because, unlike instruments, voices are unique. One guitar may sound like another; but voices, on the other hand, are peculiar to a person only?making singing subjective. It also makes voice lessons more personalized than others. That said, having a voice instructor is definitely a necessity. On top of that, your instructor is specially trained. Learning by yourself means that you'll only be marking your progress based on what you think is alright (or what your friends say is okay). In that sense, getting a voice instructor is the best way to go. Now when you enroll in singing lessons, you'll be able to experience how professional singers are taught. Yes, the singers that you see on TV also had voice lessons despite their talent. That said, you'll have program that's carefully laid out for you. Your instructor can mark your progress, and you'll also be able to notice the improvement on your voice. On top of that, you get to specialize in the genres that you like as well. So if you feel like you want to give your voice that redeeming quality, make sure you get your throat ready and take up voice lessons today!
Published on Jan 15, 2011
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