Smart Tips For Singing Your Best (Part 2)

Smart Tips For Singing Your Best (Part 2)

When you want to learn to sing better, you should build up your singing technique step by step. Intellectually, you can understand something quickly, but your body needs to know how to do it when singing techniques. And it only learns by repeating the same thing several times. You could liken it to driving a car. There is a lot to think about initially, but after enough hours of practice, you change without having to think about how you do it. The singing technique is learned step by step. When you work with singing techniques, you need to be focused on how it feels in the body. Intellectually, you need to understand what the exercise is good for and how you should do for the practice to work in the best way. Let’s check these out, and don’t forget to read the first part of this blog for more singing tips!


Learn To Sing Scales

How to Increase Your Vocal Range - BecomeSingers.Com

You can buy a book of singing exercises or find them online free of charge. Singing scales may seem tedious at first, but shell singing is an effective way to train your ear to hear a pitch. When singing scales, try to sing the same scale in different octaves, which means you will end the wave and repeat the same scale one octave higher. This will help you determine and increase your vocal range.


Find The Correct Key For You

Once you have learned the melody by first mimicking the original, you start by first trying out which key to sing in. The best thing is to try how you manage the highest notes in the song. You can always train the parts that are difficult with the help of a precise singing technique. Sometimes there may be too much that feels difficult, and then you may need help learning a little singing technique. They will teach you how to sing unhindered at height, both weakly and strongly, at a singing school. Many students think that it is precisely the higher tones that are difficult. It is usually easier to sing in a weak position than in a strong one, but everyone can train their voice and learn to sing loudly at height. Once you can sing the song without difficulty on the higher notes, you can always raise one step. Sometimes it’s easier to sing a little louder once you feel confident about the notes. Then you can focus a lot on the support in the high positions and activate it by firmly and tenaciously pulling in the belly of the high notes. If you do not know what the support is, you can try our free lesson at the Singing School, where you will learn exactly what the support is and how to use it to get up to high notes.


Practice Enunciation When Working With Voice Exercises

Singing vocals help to exercise the vocal cords and improve your singing clarity – when singing vocals to a scale, practice singing the notes in sequence and in order. Constantly singing scales in note order will not help you work on vocal runs (and control over your voice), and it will not help you achieve the ability to make singing leaps (moving from a note to a much higher or lower note).


Sing-Along To Some Of Your Favourite Songs And Record Yourself 

Sometimes you can not hear false singing while singing, but listen to the mistakes become apparent. Singing with your favourite artists, as well as artists who challenge you orally, is a great way to measure your progress.


Sing By Heart – Sing Like An Artist

7 HARD Songs Singers Can't Sing Live Anymore (SHOCKING) - YouTube

When you want to be cruel to a song, it is completely forbidden to use the version where an artist sings along. You must choose the instrumental version! It can help you think of an artist that you admire and pretend to be this artist when you sing. Imagine you are standing on a stage with an audience in front of you. Take a proud posture – feel free to imitate the artist you like. But, have you seen any artist standing and looking down at a sheet of text or staring into a computer while they are singing? It does not happen that often. Make sure you memorize the text piece by piece.

Only when you really know the song and have made it yours, put in your feelings, your expression, will it start to sound good, and you will have fun! You can practice, for example, by looking into the computer the first verse, take it from the beginning and then try to sing by heart until it sits. Of course, it depends on what your ambitions are. But this tip is especially for those who also want to dare to sing for an audience. When you start to feel satisfied, you can record to listen to what you might want to improve with your song. Sometimes you can be too critical and think you are wrong because it does not sound exactly like when the artist you like sings. But think how sad it would be if everyone sounded the same! It is, of course, important that it is purely technical. You have the right key that you hit the notes, keep the tempo and that it sounds clean.