There are millions upon millions of singing teachers out there. Some are capable of drastically improving your voice in a very short time.
Some can sing very well themselves, but don’t really know how to “teach” their method.
Which category does your singing teacher fall into?
The purpose of this article is to discuss the various ways you can learn to sing, and choose the fastest and easiest way possible.
Now am I qualified to discuss this topic?
Considering my history I would say yes. You see, I’m one of those not-so-gifted singers that has gone through years of struggle and had to do things the hard way.
I desperately wanted to be a great singer, but my voice did not agree with me, and for years I went from teacher to teacher learning that I really wasn’t that talented and I should give up.
But as I went through this, I slowly began to pick up a few important things. Such as exactly how my voice works, and that it is in fact possible to sound great with only a small amount of “vocal talent”.
I would guess that I spent well over $5000 on vocal lessons, books, tapes, DVD’s, and anything else I could get my hands on. I wouldn’t even want to guess how many hours I wasted devouring and practicing all the exercises!
After all this, I eventually did learn to sing incredibly well. In fact, I would say that I mastered my voice...
Firstly, I learned that a large amount of information out there is bogus. Ineffective. And it’s wrong that people are actually charging people for their training that doesn’t get results.
Also, I learned that there is a way to learn to sing to your full potential. And this method doesn’t take that long and it isn’t hard either.
You may have heard that “genius” is the ability to reduce the complicated to the simple, and if this is true, the method I’m about to describe to you is indeed “genius”.
If you go beneath the surface, singing is actually very complicated. I mean, your vocal chords to hit the note “A” has to vibrate at 440 cycles per second. And then that sound wave is distributed in a very specific way to ensure that the sound that comes out, is balanced.
But, there is a method that can “teach” your voice to master all the complicated things that need to happen for “correct vocal technique”. And all you need to do is follow the method, practice the exercises, and all the complicated stuff happens automatically for you.
Now, this article is actually an introduction to a 3-part mini series on selecting the most effective way to mastering your voice in the fastest time possible.
It will take you about ten minutes to read, but you will be rewarded greatly for that time invested in your voice. You will come out the other side with a laser focused method to perfecting your singing voice.
The first part of the series asks the question…
Should you be taking lessons with your local singing teacher?