On this page I’m going to show you three practical singing tips.
These tips in some cases have taken years to discover! And they will all have an immediate impact on your voice. So after you've read the article, be sure put these tips into action so you get the results.
I’m also going to show you a way you can take your voice from where it is now, to new spectacular heights.
Ok, let’s get into it!
My first practical singing tip is to learn how to do a “lip roll”.
The lip roll is perhaps the most powerful singing exercise you can practice.
This is because the way the exercise makes you “shape your voice”, it automatically programs you to sing more correctly.
And because of this you will experience things like a sharp increase in vocal range, better tone quality etc.
Now, the easiest way to learn how to do this “lip roll” is to watch someone else do it!
There’s a video you can watch on this page. To access the video you need to sign up (which takes around 30 seconds) you will be able to watch a video that shows a singer demonstrating this powerful exercise.
If there is one thing I recommend to singers more than anything else, it’s to learn this exercise and use it every day. By doing this you will improve steadily.
Learn how to pronounce your vowels correctly for singing.
The reason you want to do this is: if you sing exactly the way you talk, it can make it very difficult and in some cases, impossible to form a correct posture with your voice.
Another way to look at it is, if you’re not pronouncing your words in a very specific way, you’ll find things like “hitting high notes” and “singing with your best sound quality” very difficult.
If you do adopt this new way of pronouncing your words (particularly your vowel sounds) many of your singing problems will automatically vanish!
I know it’s hard to believe, but try this… I promise you’ll be surprised!
Ok, so if this is the case, how exactly should you pronounce your words when you sing?
The biggest shortcut you can use is to sing in an “Irish accent”.
Strangely enough, the Irish accent is the perfect accent for singing!
When you adopt this you will immediately find that singing becomes much easier.
Now, there’s a lot more to this, and if you want full instructions to mastering this be sure to investigate the free video course on this page.
This is the best training available and it contains many practical singing tips that will allow you to take your voice to the next level in record time.
This practical singing tip will allow you to inject more emotion into your performance. As this happens, your audience will be able to connect with you and your message at a much deeper level.
You see, too many singers get up on stage and simply try to deliver the “perfect performance”. They are scared of making mistakes. They want to hit every single note perfectly.
Now, delivering a fine technical performance is definitely something you should strive for.
But I feel there’s something even more important than this.
I feel that if you get the emotional side of your performance down, it will be far more compelling. And it will resonate with your audience much more than simply delivering great technical performance.
Ok, so here’s how you do this.
When you are on stage ready to deliver your performance, try to actually “step into” the message behind the song you’re about to sing.
In your mind, begin seeing the event that the song is about. Feel the emotion from it.
Once you are feeling this emotion, express it in your performance.
By concerning yourself more with expressing this emotion will result in a much more compelling performance.
Try it! You’ll be pleasantly surprised when people tell you how strongly they felt the mood of your performance!
Well, I hope you’ve enjoyed these practical singing tips! They’ve certainly helped me vastly improve my singing ability, and they will do the same for you too.