Singing problems hey?
I’ve had all of them.
Straining to hit high notes. Awful tone quality.
Breaking into falsetto instead of maintaining connection. Breathing difficulties.
Trouble with staying in tune. Getting tired too quickly.
And anything else you can think of, I’ve probably had it.
I admit it. I’m not a naturally gifted singer. In fact, when I began to sing, I remember my father referring to me as a “wounded animal” (ok, he was joking, but there was some truth to it).
So where do all these vocal problems come from? And why do some people sing easily while others struggle with these frustrating problems?
Well, it comes down to one truth. And that truth is:
Most people don’t naturally sing correctly. Which really means, most singers need to be shown correct technique before they can erase these issues.
It’s sort of like this…
If you had to learn to drive a manual car by yourself, with no training whatsoever, it would be a big struggle.
The rare few would find it pretty easy because they have an instinct for how the car works. But the majority would probably give up before they got anywhere.
The problem is: there are too many variables.
You’ve got the ignition. The clutch. All the gears. The brakes. The lights. The steering wheel.
And you have to operate all these things in a specific order, with very specific timing. If you don’t, the car stalls and you feel like a fool!
But, if someone were to say, “Put the clutch in, and move into first gear like this…
You would be able to learn how to do it. It might be a little awkward at first, but the important thing is you know what you have to do.
After some practice you would quickly get pretty good at driving the car.
It’s the same with singing.
All singing problems come from not knowing how to operate your voice correctly.
With your voice, you have your breathing, your vocal chords, and the acoustic cavities above your vocal chords.
If you balance these three things your voice will be amazing.
But how can you do this?
Just like with the car example above, you need to be trained. You need to be instructed as to which muscles to engage in which order. You need to be taken through the singing process so you understand how your voice works. And you need to be given exercises that execute this process, so you can begin training your voice to function correctly.
You can do this quite easily too.
There is singing training available that will “teach” you to operate your voice in this way. You can check it out by clicking here. As you do these exercises you will notice any singing problems you have, falling away easily.
This happens because when you sing in a correct way, singing problems don’t exist. When you operate your voice in the way it was designed, you get a feeling of “vocal freedom”. Things like sweet tone quality, a large vocal range, vibrato that is easily controlled… All these things occur because you are singing with correct technique.
I used these exercises myself when my voice was in very bad shape. I was amazed as my voice began sounding like those incredible voices you here on the radio. As I continued practicing I kept having these “mini breakthroughs” where I would discover another thing or sound that I’d never been able to do before.
Each time this happened I would say to myself, “so that’s how people get that sound with their voice”.
The exercises in this program have allowed me to attain complete mastery of my voice, and they can do the same for you too.
Do you want to develop a singing voice that will blow away your friend, family, and audience?
If so, go to this page, check out the lessons, and set a schedule to practice them. Even practicing these exercises for just a month with have a tremendous impact on your voice. Although, after a month I’m guessing you’ll be addicted to the amazing changes you are hearing that you’ll continue practicing them forever.
That’s what happened to me anyway!