I am excited to tell you about some truly superb free online vocal lessons. But first... Can I ask you...
Do you know the biggest lie about singing?
I’ll give you a clue... What does your vocal teacher always tell you to do?
Do you know the answer? If you don't know... you will soon!
But first… I want to share with you this tremendous resource...
Right now, you can subscribe (for free) to world renowned vocal coach 'Roger Burnley's vocal tips newsletter.
When you do this, you will receive many exciting and useful tips that you can apply to your singing. Not only can you apply them, but you can IMPROVE with them.
Roger Burnley is a teacher well known for the lightning results that he gets with his students.
Time after time, singers come to him, frustrated and distressed, thinking they will never develop a truly great voice. But one by one, Roger takes them by the hand and changes their voice, in minutes... and the changes are permanent...
One of the most important things in singing, is learning how to navigate your bridges. This means that, as you move up your range, you change gears (zip up your vocal chords) so you can continue to sing higher.
This 'changing gears' will allow you to use all areas of your voice. As well, you will experience your full range (which in most cases, is more than three octaves)
Can you sing over three octaves, easily, without changing your tone quality?
If you can't, I suggest you check out this amazing free resource and receive many valuable free online vocal lessons, including 'the biggest lie about singing'.
To sign up for this amazing free resource, look to the right of the screen when you get to the site and follow the instructions on how to receive your free online vocal lessons.
Included is a video lesson where you will see Roger add an octave to a singers voice, right in front of a live audience!
Watch this video, and you can imitate, and see the results for yourself.
You will be pleasantly surprised at how easy singing actually is, when you have the right exercises to practice. Learn correct technique, and your singing will flow with as much effort as when you talk.
It's only when you practice incorrect technique when singing becomes hard. Your voice becomes tense, and it just doesn't sound like you want it to.
So have you thought of the No. 1 lie in singing yet?
If this is still bothering you, head over to Roger's page , and sign up for his free newsletter. You will be amazed at the answer.