Improving Your Singing Voice

Learn the most effective way to begin improving your singing voice...

How ever you sound now, you can sound better. Much better.

Learning good vocal technique is the only way of dramatically improving your voice.

Once you begin to do this, you will be amazed at how simple singing really is.

Too many teachers complicate the singing process.

Using instructions like "breathe from the diaphragm", and, "place your tone in your mask". "Give it more support".


These instructions are difficult to understand.


These exercises are not effective at improving your singing voice.

It's like asking you to take a hard puzzle, picking up random pieces, and fitting them all together perfectly.

Women singing in studio improving her voice

You cannot learn to sing this way (unless you are already talented, and even so, these instructions won't improve your voice...)

As I see it, singing is more like a puzzle with a few important (but very manageable) pieces that fit right in the middle. Once you slide these first few pieces into place, the others follow automatically. The puzzle completes itself.

So What Is The Most Important Piece Of This Singing Puzzle?

There is one thing every single vocal exercise you ever do, should try to accomplish. Exercises targeted at other things are missing the point.

The magic middle piece of the singing puzzle is....

...Balancing the air Vs muscle.

ie; Sending the right amount of air pressure to your vocal chords, so they can vibrate easily, without any extra musculature.

You see, once you balance the air pressure and muscle, a very important thing happens. Your vocal chords will find it easy to stay closed through your entire range. This means you will be able to sing from the bottom of your range to the top, without any breaks, or dramatic changes in tone quality.....

..... This is what singing is all about!

Another great thing will happen when you balance air and muscle. You will suddenly find yourself singing without any vocal tension. That's right. No more straining for high notes. No more feeling tired after a few minutes of singing. All from this very important centre piece of our puzzle.

And When This Piece Falls Into Place?

Everything else follows naturally...

1. Your vocal chords "zip up" as you sing higher, giving you access to extremely high notes, with no strain at all.

2. No more worrying about "diaphragmatic breathing". When you use the right exercises, breathing follows automatically, and naturally.

3. No more straining for high or low notes.

How You Can Be Improving Singing Voice (Dramatically)

You can take your voice WAY beyond where you ever thought it could be with what I'm about to tell you.

It's called the SPEECH LEVEL SINGING process, and it's the MOST effective singing method ever invented.

Every exercise is targeted towards balancing your air vs muscle. And every exercise strengthens ONLY the most important muscles for singing.

This method can kick start your voice in days. It can extend your vocal range by over an octave, and it can give you control over your voice like you wouldn't believe. Why?

Because it's the CORRECT way to sing. It makes your voice function how it's SUPPOSED to. Nothing more nothings less.

So start improving singing voice today!

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You see, most singers believe that the range you are born with, is the range you have. Through poor teaching methods, singers may work for years on their singing range, yet barely improving singing voice, if at all.

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